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Saturday, December 13, 2014

It's Contest Time! Choose your Favorite Campaign!

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Hello everyone!  The writers of LXG all got together last night, and because we can't come up with a convincing idea, we're turning it into a contest.  Help us choose what to play, and maybe win some models while you're doing it!


So, we've all agreed that starting in 2015 we want to run a Story Campaign of battle reports for the blog, potentially featuring all of us (plus a few guest surprises).  They will most definitely appear on our YouTube Channel, although we may do additional games here as well.  The format will be 8-12 games for the primary story focus, with the possibility of spinoff games and stories occurring as well.
EDIT:  I"ll keep an updated running tally here, for anyone keeping track or waiting to vote one way or the other.  Also, I've been told some people are having trouble posting comments.  I've tried to resolve the problem but if you still can't, then email me and I'll put up your vote. As of 8:00pm on Dec 31st:
           Warzone Resurrection:     88
           Counterblast:                    74
           Malifaux:                          5
           Spinespur:                         3
           Dropzone Commander:    3


The problem is... we couldn't all agree on what game system we wanted to do this in.  So, we're giving you all the opportunity to tell us what game you want to watch us play a storyline for.  

Here's the options, with a little info just in case you want to see something you don't play or know a lot about:

28mm alternative universe pulp 50's scifi skirmish, in much the feel of pulp classics like Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, and the Rocketeer. We would use the campaign rules pretty much as posted in the Counterblast rulebook.

10mm scifi where humanity lost the war to the aliens generations ago... so they stepped back, regrouped, and are taking back their worlds. Campaign would be a narrative-based series of battles.

32mm skirmish set in an alternate 19th Century where steampunkery and wicked magics pervade a city on the other side of a dimensional rift. We would use the rumored Campaign Rules expected next year for beta testing (which may mean a slight delay in the first game.)

 28mm skirmish set in a city of the damned and forgotten, where no good deed goes unpunished.  Time period can best be described as "modern, mostly." We would be using a (highly) modified version of the Street Chum rules, and probably finishing up our homebrew edition of them in the process.

32mm squad based game set is a far flung future with a more or less dieselpunk feel of a futuristic WWI/WWII era.  Campaign rules for this are somewhat in flux at the moment, so will likely be a narrative campaign of games.



Alright folks, five choices! We apologize that there are no Zombie Apoc, Super Hero, or Fantasy options on the list, but unfortunately the games we wanted to use for those three aren't quite done cooking yet- hopefully next go around.




HOW TO ENTER:  All you need to do is drop a comment on this article with the game you would like to see us play, and optionally a short "why" about it as well.  The game we will play is going to be the game that gets the most votes by midnight New Year's Eve, Eastern Time.

HOW TO WIN:  On New Year's Day (or shortly thereafter if we're all too hung over to move), we will randomly pick a winner from all the replies made.  If the lucky winner is not also a Follower on the blog, they will win a $20 prepaid card of Paypal voucher.  If the really lucky winner is a Follower of this blog, they instead win a starter box/faction/kit/etc from either the game they voted for, or the game that won, if they wanted to try something new and play along with their club/FLGS.  Simple!!!

DISCLAIMER STUFF: One campaign vote per person.  One entry for prizes per person. Contributing Writers to the blog are not eligible to win, although they may vote for the game they want to play.  Guest Writers are eligible to win.  Manufacturers, sculptors, and producers of the above games, and their employees, are eligible to win, and may vote for their own game (or another). Non-Follower Winner gets choice of prepaid card or voucher.  Follower Winner gets choice of game system, and choice of faction/force box from those currently in production by the appropriate manufacturer. Should the winner choose Spinespur they instead receive $50 worth of Spinespur miniatures to build a force of their choice. Winners must be 18 and older.  Contest rules may be updated without notice.  No animals were harmed in the making of this contest, although B97 may have been shot in the face with a NERF gun.  

Okay, so let the games to determine the games begin!!!  Who's gonna be first to suggest a game?

265 comments:

  1. Counterbkast. I think it offers the best choice for a narrative campaign. Especially if your allcreating your own characters and factions. It will make an awesome tale told.

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    1. Thank you Simon! It's definitely one we're excited to play... and with the included campaign rules it's ready right out of the box!

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  2. Malifaux. It's really easy to learn to play and complicated enough to make you think whether what you did last turn was the best thing. Plus the card drawing mechanic and cheating will appeal to the mathematical gamers who likes counting probability. Having great models and art also goes a long way.

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    1. You know my Arcanists are down for that! Thanks for the vote!!!

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  3. Drop zone commander - because its what ive got and would like to see how it handles a narrative campaign

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    1. What force do you play Simon? I'm a UCM guy, Ali's got Scourge (surprise), Merek runs Shaltari, and B97 has a great PHR collection.

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  4. Warzone Ressurection
    Because who doesn't want to see a fight to take down a citadel.

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    1. You got it! Cybertronic is ready...always ready...

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    2. Warzone Resurrection. Mutant Chronicles does have a great rich background to draw on for any campaign. +1 to including Cybertronic.

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  5. I would like to see a Spinespur report.

    i have played it a few times myself and really enjoyed it. I think this game is underrated and need much more attention.

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    1. I agree it's underated, and my men of god are ready to bring the fight to the heathens.

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  6. The best game for a campaing is warzone resurrection since this game rescues mutant chronicles from oblivion, being a great dieselpunk setting with lots of untold stories, i'd like to see the clash of the main factions for supremacy while the dark matter destroys everything with the dark legion, also able to make alliances and multiplayer scenarios, like bauhaus along mishima against the nmutants! Cheers!

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    1. Maybe I should get my Brotherhood ready to bring the light!

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  7. Counterblast. I'm really intrigued by the game and want to see more. The minis and setting are so cool!

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    1. It's a great excuse to get my Lancers ready!

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  8. SpineSpur!!!!! I have every model of it, supported the KS, and its background story just oozes campaign setting.

    Although Counterblast would be my 2nd choice. :)

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    1. Rollntider want's Spinespur? I'm shocked! No really. ;)

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  9. Malifaux, its great fun to play and paint. Love the back story as well.

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    1. I agree the aesthetic and the story are awesome!

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  10. Counterblast - I'd like to see how their campaign system plays out with that many players.

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    1. Good point. I expect the campaign rules (and the story) would get rather interesting.

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  11. Agreed that Malifaux is a great game for linked story encounters.

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    1. Because there's already so much great long-term story in Malifaux! And you know we love fluff over here!

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  12. Counterblast, for obvious reasons, would be my vote.

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    1. ::lol:: Hey, your vote still counts, man! Glad to see you comment anytime, anyway :)

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  13. Counterblast, we need to see more indie games getting some love.

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    1. You know we love some indie game action over here!

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  14. Counterblast. With such great models, its a game that's just crying out for more love. I'd love to see you guys play it.

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    1. And I would love for you to see us play it! Personally what I really can't wait to see is Ali's finished Edo... who knew pastels could be so terrifying?

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  15. I'd love to see a Counterblast campaign playthrough. Great setting, beautiful models, and relatively new game, so you'd be breaking new ground with a series of videos. I've backed kickstarters related to three of these games (Counterblast, Spinespur and the "Through the Breach" Malifaux RPG) so I'd really be happy with any of the choices.

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    1. I was curious to see which way you'd go, knowing you had interest in a few of these! I actually thought you'd go Spinespur personally, but no matter... I can rock some Counterblast for you too!

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    2. I love Spinespur as well, but the new car smell on Counterblast swayed my vote here. Plus my crippling mancrush on Patrick Keith. (Bob Mervine's no slouch either, of course!)

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  16. Malifaux, the potential for story driven campaign is awesome, and the mini's are really clean... With the general aesthetic and scope for boards and scenery being so broad, I think it is a great contender...

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    1. There really is something for everyone in Malifaux. Each of us here has found unique things that appeal to us in this game. The thing that we all agree on though is that the models are awesome!

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  17. I would like to see counterblast. I would like to read the thoughts as someone goes throughout the campaign rules.

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    1. I would be the first public run of a Counterblast Campaign that I've heard of- must be why it's gathering so much static!

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  18. It is really close for me, but I think I'm going to throw in my vote for Counterblast. I just want to see the story that comes out of it! I also like Simon Quinton's idea of naming our own characters, though I have no idea how to name space squids!

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    1. You should name them flattened. Because I'm going to roll right over your Calamari Characters.

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    2. Vicky can help you with a list of Edo names. I'm sure she has one sequestered away for her own use.

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  19. hi ther we need to see some warzone resurrection, you can name your heros that you costum make via som special ruls you can name your soldiers and you can have company soldiers namd,
    they are going to be figures releeasd whit the rolplaying game later,
    iv bean folloving this sins the kikstarter and from the erly years (94ish).
    we need some good warstories and i think you guys can start somthing her.
    and why not shous bauhaus and leead your troops on horseback.

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    1. As a fellow collector from First Edition, I agree it would be a real HEARTBREAKER if we didn't run a Warzone campaign! :-P

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    2. y man come on lets brake the rofe

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  20. I have a handful of absolutely beautiful Neiren for Counterblast that I want to play with! The large and lovely ladies are ready and waiting to beat all lesser races back into submission.

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  21. My friends play Warzone Resurrection and if they don't play Warzone Resurrection they are no friends of mine! :P

    Smooches,
    -Jim

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    1. You know we've got some Warzone love, Big Jim! I'm already rockin' three armies (Cap, Ctronic, and Legion) and expect I'll bat for the cycle by the end of 2015!

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  22. Counterblast. It is a new game and would be fresh. Learning a new gaming system is exciting and seeing those great figures on the gaming table would be a real treat.

    Also you need to get yours painted!

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    1. I'm trying as fast as I can! They won't hold a candle to your work though!

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  23. I'll vote for Warzone: Resurrection as well, would love to see a narrative campaign by you guys! I love the setting, the rules is really nice and the models are awesome, so keeping my fingers crossed :)

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    1. Thank you sir! Looking forward to giving you a good story!

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  24. Has to be warzone resurrection, awe inspiring models, awesome rules with amazing background material. Can't ask for more for a campaign, warzone has everything you'll need and more

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    1. Indeed. We have all found some magnificent opportunities for some great paint jobs with the models, and some great tactical options, too!

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    1. Oh, darn, then I'd have to paint more space zombies... twist my arm :)

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  26. Warzone Resurrection! A great all round Game. Fantastic Miniatures. Backgrounds are easily used to create further/ future stories.
    All factions have they're strengths and weaknesses but none over power the other.

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    1. Agreed. Those are all elements that would lend to creating a grat story with a campaign.

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    2. And that word was "great", not "grat." That's what I get for not previewing.

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  27. Warzone resurrection, great characters and backgrounds backed up with world class minatures

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    1. There's nothing better than a cool character with a cool miniature that's a good representation of it. It would really make the pictures from the battle reports aid the storytelling.

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  28. Warzone: Resurrection

    Game plays like glass and it's actually fun to watch a Bat Rep of it since both Players get to be involved all the time! Not to mention the Models are amazing as well.

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    1. And you KNOW there would be some video batreps coming at you... with trash talking...

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  29. Warzone:Resurrection!

    Its a great game with a really appealing style. I would love to see a good WarStory play out. Plus the miniatures are heads above many other game companies out there!

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    1. Yup, good war stories never go out of style. And some awesome models in the pictures certainly don't hurt!

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  30. Warzone Resurrection is bringing back the dark horrors from the depths of space. The seal of repulsion has been broken and the dark apostles are upon us!

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    1. What? Dark horrors? Oh, I thought I heard someone calling my name. ::lol::

      ...Alakhai, who wears the flesh of his fallen enemies (well, mine does)...

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  31. Warzone:Ressurection all the way.It has a diversity of gameplay that makes it a pleasure to play from the dynamic turn system where its not one side then the other but on a squad by squad basis turn switch to the fact that individual models in squads can act independantly to the card system that allows for that added extra fluid motion and random madness .i couldnt want from a game much more from a game it gives all the pluses i want in a game and so far i havent found any negatives....5*'s

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    1. Yeah, the dynamic turn system is really awesome when you have a reactionary tactical style, and produces really dynamic action to watch.

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  32. Warzone: Resurrection - cool renewed game. Definitely worth your attention!

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    1. it is! And some of the fluff isn't bad either- like all the stuff Rob wrote! :-)

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  33. Warzone Resurrection, because Mitch Hunter, because Valerie Duval, because shoulderpads, because badassery, because WARZONE.

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    1. One more rep- err, I meant vote- for Warzone! You know my muscle-clad cybermensch are ready!

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  34. I'll second that it's a game of badassery!

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    1. I'll second your second.... or fourth... F it, we'll DO IT LIVE!!!

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  35. Warzone! A great return to a fantastic universe!

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    1. I couldn't agree more! Prodos has done a great job imo of keeping the spirit of what Warzone always was, while adding their own spin to make it something better than it's ever been!

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    2. It IS a rather well done reboot, is it not?

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    1. Rock on! Keep hope alive for the Sculptdude and his amazing game!

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  37. warzone resurrection
    16 votes are we to late??

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    1. It's never too late for Warzone to make a comeback! Twenty years and counting brother! :-)

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  38. Warzone Resurrection
    You can get so many cool stories out of the end of the Second Corporate Wars and the return of the Dark Legion

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    1. One of the my favorite things about Warzone/Mutant Chronicles has always been the depth of the world. Through a whole lot of different companies and revisions, one thing remains- the backstory. That Backstory is why Warzone will always have a cult following.

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  39. Warzone! It's the ONLY choice! Besides it'd be cool to see how you work out the narrative Campaign :-)

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    1. Woudln't it, though? With a writer of 2CE's caliber, and the material we're starting with, we're bound to get some interesting story!

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  40. Counterblast. I want to see what you do with more painted minis. Your box to table article has me rethinking my paint scheme for my Mekkus starter.

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    1. Excellent! We love giving people painting ideas- that's why we did a whole article on a 1950's paint scheme just for Counterblast prep!

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  41. Counterblast. I'm really looking forward to seeing players run a campaign and see what they choose to do with the various faction backgrounds. :)

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    1. There sure are some interesting possibilities with a whole intergalactic stage!

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  42. Counterblast. Pulp sci-fi for the win! :)

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    1. You know, pulpo is Spanish for squid... just sayin'...

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  43. Dropzone Commander; I simply just can't get enough of it!

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    1. Yeah merek and I have been playing, it's an interesting game.

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  44. Counterblast for its awesome rules and minis!

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    1. Any excuse to paint some Patrick Keith minis and show them on camera works for me!

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  45. I see a heated contest brewing here. ;)

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    1. I guess that with such interest in two particular games, maybe LXG could do both?

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    2. That is an excellent idea.both systems show a heated following.

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  46. Counterblast. Why not have fun with tentacles, rather than be all grim and serious all the time.

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    1. That's what I say. That's why I chose the Edo. Not sure how much fun my enemies will have, though, Muahahaha! (You gotta translate that evil laugh into space squid- kinda comes out like gmfkyhfghnnvbgidhg).

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  47. Warzone. Great setting, great rules, great minis.

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    1. Yes, yes, and yes. How could that not turn out awesome? (occasional table flipping aside)

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  48. I would like to vote for Counterblast and so would both voices in my head... so three for Counterblast, please. Thanks!

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    1. Do the three of you play the same faction, or different ones? :)

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  49. Warzone: Resurrection

    Why? Zombies. Cyborgs. Samurai. Battlesuited infantry. Dieselpunk Jet Bikes. Religious Nutjobs. All wrapped up in a kick-ass universe and rules set

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  50. Counterblast!

    I want to see what you guys do with the campaign system. It's a great atomic fifties setting I can't wait to see more of!

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    1. Yeah, that pulp sci-fi setting should make for some fun story arcs. And I can't wait to see everyone's models all painted up.

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  51. Counterblast

    Picked it up in the Kickstarter and would like to see a full campaign.

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    1. Us too! Picked up the whole KS 5-faction package, and some more besides! So we're ready for a full campaign!

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  52. Counterblast - Looks to have a pretty deep set of rules, which I'm interested to see how this plays in a campaign.

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    1. Yeah, especially with the crew enhancement rules and salvaging and stuff- should make for some nice campaign rules.

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  53. Counterblast for sure! The world needs to experience the pure awesome of the pew pew pulp this game offers.

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    1. It's really true. The world does not have enough shark aliens and space squids.

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  54. Counterblast!! I love the pulp feel. The skirmish level aspect of the game is the perfect synchronicity between tabletop and RPG :)

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    1. Skirmish sized games are my favorite too. That should also be nice in a campaign setting- you can get in close and personal with pretty much all of the guys on the table.

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    1. You know we're ready, with one of almost every model there's rules for- and some neat Bombshell substitutes for ones they don't have specific models for yet!

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  56. Counterblast! Seen at GenCon and it was good fun! Fantastic minis too.

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    1. It has played fun so far- can't wait to see the campaign rules in effect. And yes, truly awesome minis.

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    1. WZR, WZR, Warzone all the way! Oh, I thought we were singing :) Yes, we do game lyrics all the time...

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  58. Warzone Ressurection!
    For some diesel powered cyber-zombi-samurai-prussian mayhem with great fluff, fine models and fluid rules

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    1. I love your name Pickelhaube... now I want one of my Undead Legionnaires wearing one for the campaign...

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  60. No zone like Warzone! Definitelly Warzone!

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    1. Of all the zone zones (and wargaming has many), Warzone is definitely the zoniest.

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  61. Another vote for Warzone! Would love to see a narrative campaign played!

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    1. And the word "narrative" would definitely apply- we love story over here!

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  62. Warzone Resurrection always and ever ! :)
    the Best of all Wargaming games !

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    1. Anonymous, yet dedicated. With this successful Warzone comeback, it certainly says something for its staying power.

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  63. Warzone for me!

    Loved it 20 years ago and they really managed to take the rules to modern standards and still retain the original feel from way back. And the miniatures are just gorgeous!

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    1. Yeah, it really was a very successful Resurrection- well named.

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  64. Warzone, an awesome reworking of a classic game and my current favourite game.

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    1. There's nothing quite like a well-redone classic- to be able to update and still keep it's original fans pleased it a great feat.

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  65. Warzone. A fun game with great gameplay. Ability to create your own character is a massive plus for me. Models just keep getting better and they are brilliant

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    1. And, of course, that will come into play in a campaign setting- hopefully there will be great opportunities for character development.

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  66. Warzone Resurrection.
    Over the top, politically incorrect, visionary, citationist: all this is Warzone.
    The characters are now post-cyberpunk icons. Dark Eden is the best post-atomic setting nineties.

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    1. ...and all of that great ammo for a good story campaign, too. Should make for some fun fiction.

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    1. Go Malifaux! We've really loved prepping those models- if you haven't seen it yet, we just put up a special holiday battle report you should check out. We made a real winter wonderland for you!

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  68. Warzone Resurrection, the game has so much to offer
    Great mechanic, cards and BEST miniatures Ever :)
    Each game is like a tactical brain storm.

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    1. It really is- lots of great tactical decisions to be made. You should really be able to see the action unfold, and that should extend in a campaign setting. And don't worry- we'll do our best to flatter those cool minis!

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  69. Warzone.
    Great mechanic, no 2 games are the same, models are neat and have awesome shoulder pads :p

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    1. ::lol:: I grew up as a girl in the 80's, so I totally get the shoulder pads. It's what we all wanted!

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  70. Warzone
    Great game, very fluid. models are great as well.

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    1. Yeah, that should translate into a great storyline with some awesome "illustrations."

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  71. Warzone, because it started the reborn of Mutant Chronicles universe after too many years dissapeared.

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    1. I know. What a great way to restart a classic, loved universe.

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  72. Counterblast! I want to see how evil the Edo truly are.

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    1. ::the Edo player rubs her hands together and grins wickedly.::

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  73. I'd like to see a Counterblast campaign; I'm really interested to see how the game plays out, especially in a campaign setting.

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  74. Counterblast please. With Guardians of the Galaxy being so popular, now is the time for pulp sci-fi with gorgeous minis.

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  75. A couple look interesting, but I have to go with Counterblast. Cool miniatures, and I love pulp sci-fi!

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  76. Counterblast for sure! The minis are awesome, the game is incredible and the setting is fun! Give it a play

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  77. Counterblast for sure! Mekkus are next in my painting queue.

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  78. Conterblast for me.. I really like the Illyrians and I would love to see them in a campaign setting.. ;)
    Ciao!
    F.

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  79. Counterblast is the one for me. Illyrians are supercool (as are all of the factions)

    Anything else would be less fun.

    Jeffrey Runokivi

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  80. Hard choice, but I have to go counterblast. Such cool figures and great campaign premise.

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  81. Counterblast! - best Sci Fi figures ever

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  82. I would choose Counterblast. I really enjoy the retro stylings of their game system and miniatures. Plus the 28mm scale works best with the vast amounts of terrain on most peoples tables.

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  83. Counterblast. I need to see more of this pulp/retro sci-fi setting to decide if I would like to go there too (I definitely like the minis!).

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  84. Counterblast sounds most interesting to me...

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  85. I'd like to see Warzone: Resurrection!

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  86. Counterblast. A great game with the ability to accept other models, but also supplying an excellent range of in houde models. Tie that to one of the better campaign systems I've seen in many years of gaming, along with an interesting mix of faction capabilities, and the game comes up a solid winner.

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  87. warzone all the way

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  88. Warzone resurrection, great minis, great setting and customisable characters

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  89. Warzone:Resurrection. Great game with beautiful miniatures.

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  90. Warzone Resurrection!

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  91. Warzone ressurrection for sure. :)

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  92. Counterblast. The pulp feel wil be great for narrative campaign. Love the others too though.

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  93. Counterblast - I'd like to see a narrative campaign with this setting. It would feel kind of like Flash Gordon/Lost in Space/Mass Effect all mashed together - pulp aliens and tech, planetary exploration, galactic peril.

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  94. Counterblast. But you guys should look into Infinity if that kind of game catches your interest.

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  95. Counterblast. It looks like a blast to play (sorry abut the pun) and I'd like to see it run through its paces.

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  96. Counterblast. Just started painting up my minis, it will be good to see a few games in action.

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  97. Counterblast! Altho this is a tough one, they could all tell some great stories. Gotta go with Counterblast tho as the setting is right up my alley.

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  98. I would love to see Warzone. Its an awesome franchise that has been around a LONG time with numerous versions and a full blown RPG as well with tons of background info and fluff!

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  99. I'll go with Counterblast... everything else is something I've already seen or themes already touched. Pulp sci-fi is a new theme, at least from a game produced at this quality. Counterblast has the chances of becoming something 'new', rather than the other games that have a few years under their belts

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  100. I vote Counterblast. I like the theme and the miniatures.

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  101. I'd like to see Warzone Resurrection please.

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  102. I vote for Warzone. I have been in love with Mutant Chronicles universe since 1995. Warzone was my first wargame ever and now the latest edition actually brought me back to wargaming. With support of the soon-to-be-released Mutant Chronicles RPG, I think the universe has massive potential to grow having a lot of substance to back it up.

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  103. Warzone Resurrection, because it's an amazing reboot of a nineties wargame with the best settings I've ever seen (mutant chronicles). Dark legion needs your soul, give 'em bullets in a*s!!!

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  104. Warzone Resurection all the way!

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  105. Counterblast - don't see enough of it!!!

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