14/03/2021 at 21:24 #153871
Well there seems to be a lot of interest in Necromunda these days. I ended up reading through some of the older rules and really enjoying the setting and background story. As I have no history with the game I made some modifications. A few years ago I bought some of the Pegasus Platformer sets to make some Star Wars models. I didn’t really like the kits and put them away. After looking at some examples of Pocketmunda(Necromunda in 15mm) I started hacking the models and adding lots of plasticard. Since the style is rusty and grimy I gave the pieces a pretty simple paint job. I have a lot of models for gangers.14/03/2021 at 21:41 #153873Steven FrancisParticipant
Those look really good. Any issues with smaller models for skirmish?15/03/2021 at 14:46 #153912ThomastonParticipant
Have you had a game yet? I’ve been tempted to get bat to Necromunda many times. Your 15mm looks great, are you making weapons WYSIWYG?
Tired is enough.
R-rated narcissism15/03/2021 at 16:02 #153916
Not sure on the rules just yet. I like the community rules a little better then the 269 page first edition rule set.15/03/2021 at 18:22 #153922ian pillayParticipant
Wow. That’s really nice. Not thought of 15mm for ‘Munda. As for rules I would most probably use one hour skirmish wargames. I think they would work a treat. I’ve seen a blog about using those rules for Munda and they worked pretty well from reading the write ups.
Tally-Ho!15/03/2021 at 18:35 #153923MikeKeymaster16/03/2021 at 03:57 #153927Cacique CaribeParticipant
Fantastic terrain! And I really like those figures too. Very nicely painted.
I got that exact same Alternative Armies batch (“Post Apocalyptic Warband”) a couple of weeks ago and it’s waiting for me on the painting table. But now you’re getting me inspired. 🙂
Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/with/7215771063052937616/03/2021 at 07:30 #153928ian pillayParticipant
Alternative Armies have some fantastic 15mm models in their vast catalog. I have some laser burn street judges and gangers they are great little models.
Tally-Ho!24/03/2021 at 15:33 #154204
I finally finished the board. Now on to the rules!24/03/2021 at 17:02 #154209Andrew BeasleyParticipant
That top level is going to be a pain to storm – bags my team hold it 🙂24/03/2021 at 17:54 #154210Darkest Star GamesParticipant
I love this! Might want more cover though if you’re going to use the Necromunda rules themselves, otherwise being in the open is a slaughter.
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."24/03/2021 at 18:20 #154211Mike HeaddenParticipant
As well as Alternative Armies a number of other companies do figures that would do for Necromunda
The Scene (thesceneuk.com) have Survivors, Wasteland Warriors and US Special forces figures plus various “beasties” that would suit.
Khurasan (khurasanminiatures.tripod.com) have an extensive range of Human and Xeno sci-fi minis
Ground Zero Games aka GZG (shop.groundzerogames.co.uk) have military and civilian human types, Xenos, scenery and vehicles.
Brigade Models (brigademodels.co.uk) do some scenery and civ vehicles that might be useful but their figures are largely too hi-tech and/ or military.
I’m sure there are others I’m forgetting!
Growing old is mandatory, growing up is entirely optional!26/03/2021 at 04:38 #154252LogainParticipant
The real beauty of Necromunda was always the campaign system. It’s a fun game system. I’d stick with the original or at least something similar like Salvage Crew: Star Mogul.
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