Shadow Wars: Armageddon! I am very excited to see GW return to campaign-skirmish games! GW’s Necromunda is one of my all-time favorite tabletop games, and I played it for many years beyond it’s supported life. I never really got into Kill Team but when SW:A was announced, I found reason to dig through storage, finally cracking […]Read more "Shadow Wars: Armageddon and Mantic terrain"
My Deadzone terrain is shaping up. Another urban district pack or two and I’ll be happy. I’ve divided my terrain into two types of table settings: industrial and urban commercial. The industrial table harkens back to my days playing GW’s Necromunda on flimsy cardstock terrain. Lots of tall towers connected by precarious catwalks, open walls […]Read more "Deadzone: Industrial Terrain update."
Pathfinders are the recon troops used by the GSCP Enforcers as scouts. They are not an individual faction but chosen from the Enforcer list. Thankfully, there are enough choices to field an entire Pathfinder strike team and the multipart plastic sprues included with the Deadzone: Infestation Kickstarter campaign are quite lovely. Troops: Specialists: LeadersRead more "Deadzone 2.0: Pathfinders Faction."
Ver’myn are Mantic Games’ version of space Skaven, giant rat-people who live in the underbellies of futuristic cities. Ver’myn have existed in the Warpath universe for many years, however, the successful completion of the Deadzone expansion Infestation Kickstarter campaign and the Deadzone 2.0 rules brought new multi-part plastic sprues for the race. The Ver’myn act […]Read more "Deadzone 2.0: Veer’myn Faction Starter."
Striders! Mantic recently shipped Deadzone Wave 2 reinforcements to Kickstater backers. The Strider mecha was included, and it was well worth the wait. ‘Strider’ is actually a generalised term for any bipedal vehicle employed by the Corporations, but is most often used to describe the GR77 model employed by the Enforcers as a mobile infantry […]Read more "Deadzone Strider: Robot-Jox Reinforcements"