Presentation can make a or break a game. Between the components and his collection eclectic of miniatures, it was a lot of fun. Throw in a storyline, and you have the recipe for a great Pulp game.
The setup was in a previous post, but basically the bad guys had to grab the remains of Von Zombi, while the good guys are trying to free Dutch.
The frozen battlefield.
Dutch, frozen in a block of ice.
Von Zombi's pure evil spawned this dark place...
A horde of unused minis waiting for action
Nice to have strong minions.
Von Zombi's resting place
I took a lot of pictures of the wonderful work Steve did on the character cards.
Victory went to the third factions, Task Force X and their minions the Cult of Cyclops, and the Kung Fu action heroes. The Cultists grabbed a vile of blood from Zombi's frozen body, but at heavy losses. Meanwhile, Snake Burton and the rest of the Kung Fu furies were able to free a brainwashed member from the cultists.
I ran Dutch's forces trying to free him from the ice. I never even got close. Too many bikers and zombies in the way. It was that kind of game.The stage is set for the next encounter.
Blimey that looks like quite a set up. Lots of lovely little touches!
How cool is that! Love the cards.
Those cards are a thing of beauty, as well as, "Dutch Oven!" lol
I agree with the others. Great terrain, minis, and the cards are perfect! Sounds like a fun game, too.
Pretty sweet looking
Fantastic work with the cards. Pretty nice table too.
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