For the third and final act of my Dracula’s America solo campaign, Little Church has been swayed by the fire and brimstone preachings of Father Meindrach. He has swayed some of the town that these new heroes are nothing more but Godless heathens come to bring them under a new and terrible yoke. It’ll be up to Wyatt and his posse to weather this day of wrath and end Meindrach’s misguided teachings.
I’m still working on the Dracula’s America posse builder as friend Reese offered to help run some validation in the file. He’s already finished it, I’m just behind in checking it over. In the mean time, I set up Act II of my solo campaign and gave it a run through to figure out if I need to make any tweaks.
Originally, when I started back up this year, I thought I’d try something new and focus on one thing each month and then move to something else. I tried to move on from the work I’d done with my Dracula’s America collection but every time I went to move to a new game or project, my thoughts would return to all the other stuff I didn’t get done. I soon realized that fighting my nature would only lead me to stall out when I very much want to push forward so I’m going to run this Dracula’s America course until my horse collapses out from under me. To that end, onward for more Old West miniature stuff and Dracula’s America!
After working up a lot of pimped-out items for my copy of Thunder Road, I’m still finding I want to do more. I want to add some different features and I started thinking of possibly moving it to a new setting and an urban Death Race theme seemed appropriate and interesting.
When I first picked up Thunder Road, I noticed the UK version (the one I own) is actually a great match for the 10mm Dropzone Commander‘s scale models.