Saturday, July 12, 2014

Zombicide Miniatures

Holy cow!  Has it been over six months since I posted something here?  Well, the release of Zombicide and the supplementary boxes of cheap plastic zombies have got me back into it again, so here are two test miniatures I did to see how they would look.  While the main game is pricey with a lot of stuff I don't need for All Things Zombie, the booster sets, including "Walk of the Dead" which is where these are from, are much more affordable, even if there are only so many poses.  I figure I can paint them up differently and hopefully it won't be too obvious.


I've been thinking about re-launching the whole campaign from scratch, since it has been so long since the last update (much like Vampifan did).  What do you think?

8 comments:

  1. Zombicide is a great source of zombies for ATZ, as well as being a great game in it's self. I for one would love to see a campaign relaunch.

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  2. Good to see you're back and active again.
    As for starting a new campaign or continuing with the 'old' one, have a long hard think whilst getting inspiration from all the great aars around atm.

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    1. I need to do some browsing, that's for sure!

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  3. Looking good dude. Check out for Project Zeke Miniatures for a great campaign.

    http://projectzekeminiatures.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Safe%20House%202014

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    1. Thanks for the link. I'm checking it out now!

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  4. I would definitely go for the relaunch, mate. Starting over certainly worked for me and I think you'll appreciate a fresh perspective.
    Yes, Zombicide is a fantastic source for figures.

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  5. Looking good sir and welcome back. Zombicide is not cheap by anyone's standards, but it is rather good in it's own right and a super source of good value minis too!

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    1. The core game is pretty expensive, and I don't need all that stuff for my ATZ game. But the booster boxes have 21 zombies for $25, which is a pretty good price.
      And thanks for the welcome back!

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