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We played mission two of the Zombicide Yacht Campaign. The AAR is posted on our blog
https://lzbravo.blogspot.com/2017/07/save-girl-get-keys.html

Later
John

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Why play one game when you can launch two within a week? And not even two compatable cross over periods either. Yes, I'm not doing things by half, I can tell you! Read all about it here:

http://stiumac.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/zombies-and-golfers-and-scale-oh-my.html?m=1

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A small update for my survivors... apologies for poor picture quality and flash. I'll work on better ones.


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I've started to paint some survivor types for the apocalypse. I'll put up finished photos when done.
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This is why I love All Things Zombie and Two Hour Wargames' rules in general. I can' think of any other tile my game has gone so completely south and left me with a more enjoyable, tense and gripping game that left a smile on my face and finding myself counting the days until the next game...

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And the Riverside Resort Golf Club supersizes to 6'x4' for the final three holes in our PZGA World Tour. Cme and join us as we survive the apocalypse one tee at a time!

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Here's a question for the zombie wargamer horde - what region of the world are you located in?

American films and popular trends can show up in some strange places (some of the weirder ones I've seen were heavy metal bikers in Zimbabwe and a female biker group in Egypt), and the zombie apocalypse genre is no different. Aside from the US and UK, I'm aware of zombie films made in Spain (REC) and Japan (I AM A Hero and others); zombie films have been set in (but not to my knowledge locally made) Africa (The Dead), India (The Dead 2), Cuba (Juan of the Dead) and Germany (Berlin Undead).

So I'm curious how widespread the zombie genre is internationally. I'm also curious since many of the spambot accounts on G+ appear to originate from East Asia and the Middle East; getting a better feel for where the fanbase is will give me a better guideline when wielding the banhammer on spambot accounts.
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North America (US / Canada) and Europe
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Greetings folks!

Ran across a couple of great looking lines of 15mm modern US military that'd be perfect for pitting against the smabling undead hordes, by Flashpoint Miniatures.

First up, their Ultramodern line - these include US Army Rangers and US Delta Force teams. Also featured are Somali and Iraqi insurgents, some of which could be suitable for roving gang and militia types; there are also Afghan militants, but these wear distinctive Afghan garb so probably aren't useful unless you're fighting the zombie apocalypse in Afghanistan.
http://flashpoint-miniatures.com/product-category/fpm-ultra-modern/

Next up, for fans of classic 70s zombies (original Dawn of the Dead, we're looking at you) there are Flashpoint's Vietnam line. Of interest here are their US Army, US Marines, US Special Forces and - most especially - their vehicles line (which include M113 personnel carriers and variants like the mortar carrier and ACAV; as well as the ubiquitous UH1 "Huey" utility helicopter and the AH-1 Cobra for you gunship fans). As a baseline example, the US Army infantry platoon is $28 and includes 36 pieces (officers, RTOs, medics, riflemen, grenadiers and M60 gunners - so you get a good range of types and a pretty accurate force mix).
http://flashpoint-miniatures.com/product-category/fpm-vietnam/

Enjoy!
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