We have (had) a similar problem with discovering publication access from home (uni IP is recognised everywhere, fortunately), which is hidden behind a login screen and two menus in a section of the Central Library website that's titled something along the lines of "what we offer". Plus it's so unbelievably slow that I've been using sci-hub to get my hands on things that my uni paid for anyway (and it's so broad that I can't recall a publication I couldn't access… which definitely isn't cheap). It's so incompetent that I'm lost for words.
I am thankful to hear that you found a resource that feels like a value-add for you.
Thanks! I have no doubt it's going to add value. It's just a shame I discovered it by mistake on my last semester.
Who is running the Warhammer game? You?
Yup. We're meeting at one of the study halls on Saturday. The plan is to make their characters and introduce the setting, explain the rules, and – admittedly being quite optimistic timewise here – maybe give them some sort of prologue while we're at it. I plan on starting them with a slightly changed Return of the Lichemaster from the first edition (we're playing WFRP 2nd, it's a lot more streamlined), and see where we'll go from there.