Rise of Moloch is a Victorian, adventure board game for 2 to 5 players. One player will act as the Nemesis and take control of the secret society called The Cult that plans to install a government of the dead. The rest of the players cooperate as the Gentlemen of the Unicorn Club, dedicated to foiling the conspiracies that threaten the Crown.
So a while ago I posted an article detailing my first foray into Zombicide, since then I have only managed to play one further game, which was the first scenario to use 6 players. If you can remember (or have just read the article) you will see I was a bit scathing of Samson and his
Mystical Missing Skills with his axes, lo and behold even with someone else controlling Samson he was still useless!
I thought for something cool and different to do I would play through the campaign of Zombicide: Black Plague and see how well I could turn out a turn by turn battle report so here goes.
Learning Curve has been suspended for the week whilst I cover something a little different. I have been lucky enough to come into possession of Cool Mini or Not’s undead pirate-fest Rum & Bones!
Continue reading Rum & Bones Review: First Impressions
Zombicide: Black Plague takes the zombie apocalypse into a fantastical medieval setting! The arcane powers of the Necromancers have unleashed a zombie invasion in the age of swords and sorcery, and it’s up to your group of straggling survivors to not only stay alive during these dark times, but to take back the realm and punish those responsible for the apocalypse!
So here is the second installment of Building my crown in Part One I spoke about the starting point which is basically the two player box set, now with Gen Con we have been treated to a few new releases and a new rulebook. This should see an exciting time for Wrath of Kings players. So what have I been up to?
EBS have released the following release dates for CMONs games Dark Age ad Wrath of Kings
This is going to be the first in a monthly article detailing journals through the games, much like Marks but probably covering more games. So Building My Crown is going to be Wrath of Kings. As seen on earlier articles the models for this are great and as soon as I can get hold off a hard copy of the full rules I am sure this game will go from a good game on my list to a must play.
So a few weeks ago, litterally days before I left for a family Holiday I had a very nice package from Cool Mini or Not arrive. What might have been the very nice package? Well as the title of this post suggests its Wrath of Kings new 2 player starter set Honor and Treachery: Battle of Raven wood.
As reported on a few weeks ago the set contains 15 models from 2 factions, dice, rules, cards and terrain templates, the miniatures are an absolute breeze to put together as they only fit together in one specific pose for each model and the joins have interlocking sections, but there are a variety of different poses so every one looks slightly different, well as different as you can for a uniformed army.