I referred to this blog in the comments of my last post, but actually, it's such a good example of narrative (and very well written narrative at that) that I thought it was only right to post about it. The narrative is so good it actually chains different rule systems together as it weaves different stories together. Definitely Warhammer...well, War-games for Adults.
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I've been following the adventures of Giglamps for ages now, and I confess, I might be exploring some fantasy napoleonics soon. Don't panic - however - we'll carry on with Warhammer here.
Regarding the above mentioned blog: its not Warhammer, but it is fantasy (mostly Flintloque/Slaughterloo sort of thing), but he uses all sorts of rules to facilitate the story. To be honest, I'm not really seeing any 'fantasy' in the rule sets - just in the figures and the story. That, friends, is the power of narrative.