Going into these colder months, where sometimes a small space heater even makes it down to the game room at foot level, it's time to get productive on some workbench material! It's kind of cool to see it all laid out here because it covers time periods from 55kya to WWII, and genres from all over the map from fantasy to sci-fi to historic. Here's the breakdown:
- x10 Neandertals
- x1 Woolly Mammoth
- x2 Irish Elk
- x6 British Sherman Tanks
- x2 British Firefly Tanks
- x10 Alien Greys
- x1 Knight of Bal Timorea
- x1 LEGO Wraith Necromancer
Now while I was busy putting all of the above together, a couple of peeps were over to hang out and played a test game of Fear and Faith. All of my Fall-In! table pics, especially the Zombie tables, inspired Chri3 to really cement making the zombie theme "his thing".
I don't want to spoil too much of his ideas, but the nature of his particular zombie world is fresh and original, and there's plenty of room for more than just the walking dead. He's got weresharks, yeti, rogue cult psychics, chainsaw maniacs, and more.
Terrain, as you saw from the aforementioned con pics, makes the game. I'm almost in the boat now that it doesn't just merely complement your armies, without it everything else falls short. While Chri3 and Jake played some zombie hunting action notes were taken and house rules were being laid out. I love the Song of Blades system and it seems Fear and Faith keeps that goodness alive. We do have one Fear and Faith game under our belts, and it was a blast, it showed real promise. I'm hoping we'll get some serious time logged on the Zombpocalypse frontier in the near future. It's always good to have a few experts here and there in your group that shoulder a whole genre/rules and spread the games around to enjoy.