Reach out. Reach out and touch someone. Well, not right now. We're supposed to socially isolate. You know who's good at that? The NRC Ranger for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare. You can pick up this new sniper for your forces now over in the Modiphius webshop.
Can't we all just get along? I mean, civilization has come to an end, the atomic bombs have rained down, and we're still fighting. Well, it's time to bring it all together. Fantasy Flight has announced that thaty'll be releasing Fallout: The Board Game: Atomic Bonds, a new expansion that turns the game into a cooperative endeavor.
Modiphius is giving you a special treat this Valentine's Day. They've bundled together some of their games and accessories and have created giant bundle deals that can save you off of the regular price. But together and save on games like the Star Trek RPG, John Carter of Mars, Infinity RPG, and the Conan RPG.
Fallout: Wasteland Warfare is getting a new faction. They're the Institute and Modiphius has a bunch of new box sets available over in their webshop. There's a core box as well as some supplemental boxes to go with them.
The week's almost over. We're getting there, anyway. Today and tomorrow and then the weekend! ... No clue what I'll be doing, but it'll be the weekend. Maybe I'll go get some Hot Pot again. We'll see. I'm kind of obsessed with it these days. But before I do that, I need to get you some terrain.
Today we have: Prepainted Fantasy Terrain Available From Deep-Cut Studio, Fallout Corvega Coupe Available From Modiphius, and Terrains4Games Opens Etsy Shop.
When the bombs fell, everything that wasn't blasted apart was bathed in toxic radiation. While most things just up and died, others lived on, mutated, twisted, and warped by the nuclear fallout. Now, you can bring these toxic abominations to your tabletop as Modiphius has released new figures for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare.
The bombs fell and everyone hid away. Now, the radiation's gone down enough that people can head out of their secluded bunkers and see what's left of the world. That's what you're up to in Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, and there's some new minis that you can pick up now for it from Modiphius.
Digital books are great. You can carry a whole library in your hand. You can search through them with ease. ... But, I mean, at the end of the day? I'd prefer a real book in my hand. For those that've been waiting for the physical copy of Fallout: Wasteland Warfare RPG books from Modiphius to be released, you'll be happy to know that you can pick up your copy of the core book now.
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And another Giant Robot Alert going off in here today. This time around, it's Liberty Prime, the huge robot stomping its way to tabletops in Fallout: Wasteland Warfare from Modiphius. You can head on over to their webshop and get your name on the list to get this figure when it's released in about a month.
The bombs have fallen. The world has been nuked. Now it's time to come out from the vaults and see what's left. That's what you do in Fallout: Wasteland Warfare from Modiphius. But, if you'd like to get even more into the meat of things and take on a character of your own, you now can with the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare RPG book. The PDF of which is available now.
You maniacs! You blew it up! Damn you! Damn you all to hell!
Ok, so that was from Planet of the Apes and we're talking about Fallout, but the overall theme's the same. Nuclear war has devastated the land and now people are trying to scratch out a living in the aftermath. With few resources left, those out in the wasteland are constantly in conflict for them. That's where things pick up in Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, the new expansion book coming from Modiphius. If you want the book as soon as it's available, you can pre-order your copy now.
Climb out of your vault and into the wasteland. Nuclear bombs have scorched the Earth, but there's still life to be found among all the radiation. How will you survive out there? That's for you to find out in the new Fallout: Wasteland Warfare RPG, coming soon from Modiphius.
Mondays... I mean, I get why Garfield wasn't a fan. I'm not really thrilled with them, either. But waddyagonnado? To have a weekend, you must have a week. And everything has a beginning. So we're at the beginning of the week. However, I did do some baking over the weekend, and so the office will be able to partake in dark chocolate cayenne pepper brownies, chili powder dark chocolate chunk cookies, and a pumpkin pie (no strange twists on the pumpkin pie. I just like pumpkin pie). And something, something, something, tie-in with terrain.
Today in the terrain corner we have: Fantasy Flight Games Releases Playmat for Fallout Board Game, New Imperial Assault Playmat Now Available, and Pwork Wargames Halloween Sale Coming This Week
If regular California wasn't quite doing it for you, why not check out New California. It's the new expansion for the Fallout board game and it's available now. More quests. More companions. More gear. More of the toxic wasteland fun you've come to love.
It's dangerous out there in the wasteland. But there's plenty of opportunities as well. Lots of leftover things that might seem like junk, but are actually really useful in a pinch. In this preview of the New California expansion for the Fallout board game, Fantasy Flight takes a look at the new Companions and Loot you can find in the game.
While resources might be slim after the apocalypse, and everyone's going to want to get their own share, it's still better for people to band together rather than just fight off anyone and everyone around. In Fallout: New California, players will be heading out into the radioactive wastelands together in search of gear and finishing quests. In this preview, we get a look at how they can help one-another in the process.
A new expansion for the Fallout boardgame is coming from Fantasy Flight. New California will add in all sorts of new elements, including a whole host of new survivors that you can take out into the radiation-coated wasteland. In this preview, we get a look at them, along with the perks that make them unique.
I don't know about you, but for me, that first week of 2018 seemed to take an eternity! Not that it was bad, mind you. I even got to play a new game. But there were several days where I was just going, "wait, it's not even noon yet?" But yeah, we're now firmly into the first weekend of the year. Hopefully you're able to get some gaming in. I will be. But even if you're unable to get out, you can still check out some reviews.
This week we have: Heaven and Ale, Favelas, Fallout: The Board Game, Codenames: Disney, Witches of the Revolution, LIberatores, The Ruhr: A Story of Coal, and Time's Up!: Title Recall.
We blew it up!
Damn you, Todd!
At least, we did in the Fallout universe. Now, we have to learn to live in this post-apocalyptic wasteland. So grab your Nuka Cola and puppy friend and be careful of The Final Pam. The Fallout board game is now available.