On the subject of zombies, we played a scenario with them as well and found the 2D6 movement to be... Abit much. Redciulas movement aside theyre not that broken
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Yea D6 movement is most defenitly better they can still do a shambling run and people with leg injuries are ****ed just as they should be
They are still appalingly bad fighters though but zomies are always depicted as such. Rather relying on overwhelming numbers to achieve their goal. In a game around D6 deciding the outcome this might prove to be sooner or later, but its very unlikely a model will survive to many zombies for an extended time
That is one amazing table mate, i never thought of using cars and wrecks on a table, i mean you have me thinking of visiting a scrap yard to pick up as much random electrical type stuff and wripping it to pieces and making terrain, i never thought of more than cardboard buildings or the gw plastic ones, this is an amazing table, the sewer is awsome and fits the whole zombie outbreak thing well.
The movement i think it a little excessive id have thought 1d6 may make them fast or too slow, but i dunno where the happy medium would be, but if you play the zombies agressivly its cool.
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Thanks! Funny I made some one inspired to visit a junkyard I finally decided that the highest of 2d6 was about the best. I've playtested some and it works
If 2D6 and pick the higest doesent work why not try 2D3. At worst theyre shuffling along, at best theyre slightly slower then gangers without leg wounds and more often then not theyre just a bit in between No insane 12 inch long sprints though and they can still suprise you with a few 6 inch movements
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And love your terrain! Pretty awesome.
Thanks! And thanks for the tip
Now this is just awesome, one of the best gaming boards I've seen! Great work!
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Yeah, really impressive work, thenickeninja! I like how you've used pretty much anything you could get your hands on (you can't beat a bit of recycling).
Look forward to seeing even more of your work.
I've taken some more photos of it at a convent here in Gothenburg
I tried to link some more pix from my blog but failed for some reason. Check it, there's plenty more
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Is that zombie wearing a baseball cap...?
Nice to see some action shots. It looks like much fun was had!