Last night, I hosted a Wars of Ozz game. The game involved three 20-point Munchkin brigades attacking two 25-point Gillikin brigades. The Gillikins were defending a village that the Munchkins sought to capture. We had two guys who were familiar with the rules, and one newcomer who quickly grasped the rules. We played four turns. We probably needed a fifth turn to come to a conclusion, but the consensus was that the Munchkins would have captured the town.
As I said, the consensus was that the game would have been a Munchkin victory if we had been able to play one more turn, but it was a “school night,” and we quit about 2200. The game was fun.
I recently ordered this vehicle from an outfit called RealityAtWork. Even without instructions it assembled easily. There were some really nice features about how this kit, all 3D printed, assembled with printed clips. I like the way I was able to assemble it so that the roofs came off easily for play.
The trailer was optional. The door/hatch came already assembled and hinged. The ladder is supposed to go up and down, but it is a very tight fit, and after painting, it probably won’t move any more.
The figures in these pictures are 28mm figures.
This vehicle will be the centerpiece of a science fiction skirmish scenario using the under-development Star Patrol(TM) version of Combat Patrol(R).
And this is something unrelated, but I picked it up last weekend at Hurricon in Orlando. Yes, we are holding gaming conventions here.