In a wargaming world full of gritty, dark post apocalyptic rules we present a
weirder, and somewhat goofy take on the end of the world, shaped by hours
watching “Thundarr the Barbarian”, reading “Kamandi Last Boy on Earth”, and
playing Gamma World.
It is a world populated by talking plants, machine gun toting giant squirrels, killer
robots and techno-necromancers. Strap on your blaster, take your anti-radiation
pills, and hop on your giant rabbit mount. Things are going to get interesting....
Fistful of Lead: Wasteland Warriors is designed as a quick set of tabletop wargame
rules for skirmishes in the Post Apocalyptic future. The rules are easy to learn and
still keep the flavor of the genre.
What separates Wasteland Warriors from most tabletop miniature games on the
marker is the unique card driven turn mechanism. This leads to snap decisions and
tense moments where all the players are involved.
For Wasteland Warriors we wanted the play to be fast and furious, with a Hollywood
flair to it. For that reason, record keeping is kept to a bare minimum.
In most games, each player can control up to 5-6 miniatures without much trouble.
Games can have up to 8 players without slowing down the game. Now, you can dig
out all your old miniatures gathering dust and have a game set in the Wastelands of
Experienced wargamers and new players alike will enjoy this game. It’s perfect for
convention games and just one on one skirmishes.
THIS IS NOT A STAND ALONE GAME! You will need the Fistful of Lead Core rulebook
There are full rules for building your gang of humans, robots, and mutants, and
sending them on campaigns. The book includes rules for mutations and creatures
that stalk the Wastelands.
64 pages, black and white.
Now this does look fun!
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