Saturday, 5 November 2016

Zombtober: The Epilogue

Yes, I know it's November...

For the last few years, Zomtober has culminated in a big zombie game, and this year was no different. Matt, Pete, Wes and I gathered for a four way game in which three groups of survivors would compete to achieve mutually obstructive objectives, whilst the zombies, played by me, tried to eat them all. We used the 7TV rules with a few slight amendments for multi-player games I made up.

Rather than bore you with the details, let's get straight to the action...









Ultimately, Wes and his criminals won, as his goals were capturing loot tokens (of which he got one) and breaking the other two players forces (Pete's survivors broke). Matt's attempt to blow up the bridge (my table edge) failed when his Explosives Expert was killed, but he rallied to take second by snagging a loot token. Pete actually came close to stealing the SWAT van and would probably have made it over the bridge if he had, he'd also secured two loot tokens before his forces broke. I was just trying to eat people...I did.

Again, 7TV proves itself versatile and effective, and I'm building up a growing list of things I'd like to do with the rules. You'll definitely be seeing much more 7TV stuff from me in the future.

Tomorrow I'm off to a Batman event, so I'll hopefully get that written up during next week.

8 comments:

  1. Another great report!
    Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thanks. 7TV lends itself well to a comic book format.

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  2. What a great report, really enjoyed this.

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    1. Thanks. I really enjoyed making it.

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  3. 7TV is a cracking ruleset and this looks like it was a cracking game!

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    1. It is and it was. I've got so many projects I want to do with these rules. Some that might make you say 'Jinkies!' or even 'Cowabunga!' :)

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