The cover to the first edition. Art by Leonard Y. Ranger games is proud to announce the release date of a revised edition of our long out-of-print survival horror book. The Halloween season will see the release of Zombie Horror (RGS1011)! Moreover, the initial release date is October 23. However, depending on editing and the cover art finalization, the release date may be earlier but will be in October. Zombie Horror contains information on the Zombie Genre and how it applies to a Dice & Glory campaign. It also details various game-applicable aspects of zombies and their sub-types. Also, the book discusses the zombie sickness in detail with playable game aspects. There is also information on creating characters suited for such a campaign and detailed info on modern weaponry & vehicles. Additionally, there is a full chapter for the Games-Master with bullet points for running a horror and walking dead based campaign. Finally, there are several semi-populated maps of modern locations that are appl
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Now that the cavernous doors of the Nightvault have truly swung open, I find myself itching to learn of the upcoming combatants. We know what they are, as you can see in our previous article, but we don’t know how they’ll work. How will they inspire? What sort of gimmicks will they have? How much magic will they be slinging out across the hexes? All we have to go on are the images released by Games Workshop. Well, I’ll take what I can get! Let’s go over what we have and see what we can take away from these images. Find within this article a list of things that may (or may not) be possible for the upcoming Nightvault warbands. We certainly can say one thing with boundless glee, bar the Stormsire’s Cursebreakers, there appear to be no more Stormcast on the way. Maybe someone at Games Workshop has been reading our wishlist? Darkoath Warband The Darkoaths are a funny one. They’re Chaos and, despite their clear barbarism, aren’t strictly just fighting for Khorne and bloodshed