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Supporting the Walking Dead

With the game and an expansion already kickstarted, and another on the horizon, The Walking Dead: All Out War is on track to be around for a long time. Support for the range was a huge part of the game’s development – this was a fantastic opportunity to build in longevity from the ground up. If you still aren’t sure about backing, then just take a look at the massive plans we have for backers. Steve Ævans played this game using The Walking Dead Playtest Rules As a starting point, the range is made up of bitesize chunks – these make it easy for customers to buy into it a bit at a time, and they make it easier for us to continue creating new sets after the Kickstarter products have been and gone. New rules are as easy as a new character or equipment card – no need for updated rulebooks or downloadable addendums. The storyline in the comic series has already gone three times as far as our initial plans for the range, so there is a huge amount of material to draw on as we expand the game. Miniatures aside, the gameplay and group-building mechanics have also [...]

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Fri, 12 Feb 2016 19:32:44 +0000 Click for full story
Handling The Walking Dead Dispatch

We know and appreciate that some people have some questions about customer service and dispatch for the Walking Dead Kickstarter. We’ve been working hard to ensure that the delivery and support for TWD will be superior to everything we’ve done before. The initiatives we are putting in place now and over the coming months will give us, and you, the confidence in our ability to get it right …from the initial planning, to it arriving on your doorstep in perfect order –with nothing missing at the first time of asking! We’ve highlighted here some of the changes we have already made… TWD Kickstarter Dispatch Our watchword for this is simplicity. We are making things super-simple so that mis-packs and missing items are minimal or even non-existent. To start with, all Kickstarter backers of the Something to Fear pledge get one single box in wave one shipping. Every box is the same – one of our cool Collector’s boxes (look out for more information on these very sexy boxes soon), stuffed full of goodies. Every box we are doing, from the Kickstarter versions, through to the retail game and boosters, will have component tray layouts planned and implemented in the factory [...]

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Thu, 11 Feb 2016 14:00:36 +0000 Click for full story
The Future of The Walking Dead: All Out War

So, The Walking Dead: All Out War Kickstarter is going well – take a look what we have achieved! Click the image to see the full Pledge! With the game and an expansion already kickstarted, and another on the horizon, The Walking Dead: All Out War is on track to be around for a long time. Support for the range was a huge part of the game’s development – this was a fantastic opportunity to build in longevity from the ground up. As a starting point, the range is made up of bitesize chunks – these make it easy for customers to buy into it a bit at a time, and they make it easier for us to continue creating new sets after the Kickstarter products have been and gone. New rules are as easy as a new character or equipment card – no need for updated rulebooks or downloadable addendums. The storyline in the comic series has already gone three times as far as our initial plans for the range, so there is a huge amount of material to draw on as we expand the game. Miniatures aside, the gameplay and group-building mechanics have also been designed to seamlessly [...]

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Thu, 11 Feb 2016 10:31:55 +0000 Click for full story
The Walking Dead: All Out War – Playtest Rules and Q&A

The Walking Dead: All Out War playtest rules are now available!! Head over to Mantic Digital now to download them for free. This is an open beta, so the feedback that you provide will go on to shape the game that we’ll release. We will read any and all feedback, but in order to keep it organised, please post it to our dedicated thread on the Mantic Forum. Just before we released the rules, Stewart (Mantic Studio Manager) headed over to the Kickstarter to answer backers’ questions. This was very informative, so we’ve posted many of the questions and answers below. If you’re curious about the game – why not check out The Walking Dead: All Out War Kickstarter?   Q: When you say that the game will include rules for character generation, does that mean what it sounds like? That is, does that really mean we’ll be able to create our own group of survivors not related to TWD IP? A: Yes, pretty much. A big draw for a lot of people has been the ability to put themselves (or their RPG characters) into the game to fight alongside Rick et al. There are only 4 stats so the [...]

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Tue, 09 Feb 2016 16:33:47 +0000 Click for full story
Forces of the Abyss: Getting Started

As with our previous post with Goblins, I’m going to build a 500 point starter army – a small army to play Kings of Warwith. This is going to be based around an Abyssal Starter Force, which is available for pre-order right now. I’ll also be adding a metal Abyssal Champion to lead them to victory. The Starter Force has a lot of models and there will be far more than I need for this small army, so the remaining models are put to one side for when the force is expanded. Lower Abyssals are the basic troops for the Forces of the Abyss, so I’m going to start with a regiment of those. With Regeneration and a decent set of stats to their name, they work well as the solid core to our force. The box itself contains 50 of these, which can also be assembled as Flamebearers. I’m going to also build a troop of these ranged troops to support the Lower Abyssal Regiment. They also have Regeneration and wield a significant amount of ranged firepower, with Piercing(1) to help deal with armoured units. With so few points to play with, it was a difficult choice, but I [...]

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Tue, 09 Feb 2016 12:19:48 +0000 Click for full story
Rules Preview: The Walking Dead Skirmish Game

In this article we take a look at the basic mechanics behind The Walking Dead: All Out War miniatures game. Studio Manager Stewart Gibbs tells you more. One of the greatest things about The Walking Dead is how it’s a zombie story that’s not really about the zombies. The Walking Dead is about the characters and their desperate struggle for survival, and each and every one is given such depth that you can empathise with the tough decisions they have to make. It’s those decisions that we wanted to capture in game form. The Walking Dead: All Out War is all about survival, but with the state of the world post-apocalypse, survival isn’t all that easy. We have striven to create a game where the tension is always rising, forcing the players to be smart, creative, or just reckless in order to stay alive. It’s kill or be killed. We also wanted to include some typical war-gaming elements to properly engage those who want more than a board game experience. So, how do you win a game of All Out War? The All Out War expansions will have a series of narrative scenarios allowing you to play out the events [...]

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Mon, 08 Feb 2016 16:18:36 +0000 Click for full story
Forces of the Abyss: Efreet and Gargoyles

 The Efreet are the sorcerous rulers of the Fourth circle of the Abyss, the blessed children of Ariagful, the dark goddess of flame. It is here that they train a small number of Lower Abyssals to become Flamebearers. It is a realm of fire and magma, where the Efreets oversee the forging of great weapons and artefacts for the Wicked Ones’ armies. When the Forces of the Abyss go to war, the Efreet join them, floating atop unnatural conflagrations. They hurl flame and death at their foes at will, melting through armour and turning bones to ash. The metal Efreet is a stunning model. Held aloft by sculpted flames and brimming with power and rage, this finely detailed metal kit comes with additional components so that you can build your Efreet in a variety of poses. There is a choice of heads, including one with a demonic goatee, which fits in well with the elites of the Abyss. Although they are heroes, the Efreet aren’t leaders on the battlefield. They are powerful ranged units, perfect for adding their firepower to an assault or hunting down weak, isolated units. Their high speed stat and Pathfinder rule makes them very mobile and [...]

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Mon, 08 Feb 2016 15:13:31 +0000 Click for full story
Forces of the Abyss: Champion and Archfiend

The Lower Abyssals constantly fight among themselves for dominance over each other. Those who are born stronger or are possess of a low cunning manage to rise above the rest. They will take the best weapons and armour for themselves and become Abyssal Guard – elite foot soldiers in Abyssal armies. There are those who would rise yet further, taking command over vast legions of their brethren and attracting the attentions of the Wicked Ones themselves. The vaunted few are granted powers and strength far beyond that of mortals. They are the Abyssal Champions. The Abyssal Champion is a new hero kit to lead your armies into battle. Cast in high-quality metal, this kit shows the infernal champion stalking forth – leading your Lower Abyssals to war. The kit includes extra components that can be used to customise your miniature – you can field your champion with wither a curved sword or an ornate axe and there is a choice of heads – either maliciously grinning or in an expression of pure rage. Abyssal Champions are the go-to leaders for a Forces of the Abyss army. They are solid in close combat, with Crushing Strength (1), Inspiring, and Regeneration, too. [...]

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Fri, 05 Feb 2016 14:27:49 +0000 Click for full story
The Forces of the Abyss: Elite Troops

Impossibly vast, the circles of the Abyss are home to many worse creatures than the foot soldiers they employ. Within the Third circle dwell the beguiling Succubi. These demonic temptresses are the embodiment of mortals’ basest desires, both beautiful and terrible. They like to lure and play with their victims, treasuring lust and torment in equal measure. The powerful Chroneas who share their realm manipulate time itself to prolong their captive’s suffering for all eternity. The Succubi are new multi-part plastic models. The sprue contains a huge variety of vicious weapons. Each comes in a pair, although you can mix and match between these as much as you like, as all arms can be used with all bodies. There’s even a set of ships and an which is beckoning new victims – a nice touch! As with the Lower Abyssals, there are components to build a standard bearer and musician and a pair of imps which you can add to swarms. On the tabletop, Succubi are fast and deadly. They have a high speed stat and a lot of attacks, as well as really good skill in melee. Their drawback is having low defence – those skimpy clothes don’t protect [...]

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Thu, 04 Feb 2016 18:47:02 +0000 Click for full story
The Walking Dead: All Out War – Atlanta Camp

The Atlanta Camp is the first expansion for the Walking Dead: All Out War and is included in its entirety in the Something to Fear pledge level. Building on the models and story from the boxed game, this set include a host of new models and new gameplay as well as a number of exciting new scenarios for your survivors to face! Out on the Road The terrain in this part of the story is different to the more urban areas founds in the boxed game, with campfires, tents and the beloved RV making up the Atlanta camp. There’s even a new mat with alternate artwork depicting the woodland surroundings – that will join up to the one found in the boxed game, so that you can play larger games. The survivors have set up camp and only travel to the city for much needed supply runs. With new surroundings come new challenges – the campfire being one of them. Campfires attract walkers as they produce a lot of light, noise and heat. If a walker comes in range of one they will automatically approach it. You can use this to your advantage to lure walkers away from you, but [...]

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Thu, 04 Feb 2016 18:01:56 +0000 Click for full story



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