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Across a Dead Earth - Necromunda type game

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Across a Dead Earth - Necromunda type game

Postby estarriol » Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:59 am

I was at a show last sunday and picked up these rules, 'Across a Dead Earth' they are set in a post Apocolyptic Britain (supplement for France etc. and their... issues coming soon).

Nice simple rules designed around building a gang and then fighting a campaign with them, how to progress, improve heal etc. as well as specialist types and kit.

Nicely produced and an easy read, I shall be using them myself.

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Re: Across a Dead Earth - Necromunda type game

Postby Angelwing » Sun Mar 15, 2015 12:00 pm

Looks interesting
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Re: Across a Dead Earth - Necromunda type game

Postby berger15 » Mon Mar 16, 2015 9:53 am

I had a look at the review, then flicked over to the welcome page, read a bit, scrolled down - and the thing that struck me was the image at the bottom of the page - a man and woman standing on a bridge, staring down at a ruined Tesco, overgrown bushes and weeds everywhere, with cars bumper-to-bumper on the motorway - all facing the wrong way. Seems the artists may have forgotten we drive on the left side of the road. :)

I'll have to have a look at the rules, as the minis and terrain I have for Zed or Alive will probably fit this too. (ZoA use the free to download "Showdown" rules)
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