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Category: The Walking Dead: All Out War (Page 1 of 8)
It’s almost Halloween and that has me looking at horror-themed games, especially Walking Dead. While I haven’t found time to put it in the general rotation, I did have an experiment I wanted to try out. I’ve seen some very talented painters do things in a comic-style paint scheme and I wanted to try it out a little bit but in my own way.
With my Miles Behind Us expansion complete, I’ve decided to log in the full narrative campaign. I’ll be using the Story Mode rules and participants required for each scenario but will use the expanded “Life and Death” rules from the Advanced Rules – Campaign Play. The only modification to that final rule is that if the survivor is a casualty and rises again as a walker, the survivor has also permanently died and will be considered removed from future scenarios. As always, I’ll be using my hardcore solo rules as well.
I’ve already got my first game in the bag but I’d like to switch things up a bit on my reports and go back to my comic book style format. These won’t be as “immersive” and I’ll limit each scenario to 6 pages but it’ll be nice to make some comics again. It will also help differentiate these reports from several of the same sessions I’ve already reported on. Comic session reports do take a bit longer to complete but I hope to have the first session done by next week.
In addition to my weekly Walking Dead Wednesday and 1×100 challenge (one game one hundred times), I’m also trying get the miniatures for The Walking Dead: All Out War painted up.
To ease the workload and stave off burnout, I’ll be painting based on what scenarios I have to play coming up next. To better understand which scenarios will be the easiest to start, I’ll break them down by figure and grey out the ones I’ve already completed. I won’t include walkers unless a scenario calls for a particular figure or walker type.