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Author Topic: Pulp Alley: Tomb of the Serpent The Burning Desert An excess of mounted figures  (Read 425 times)

Offline Menelduir

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Been a while since I last posted any PA stuff.
Here are some images of a fairly recent game we had. We are in chapter 3 of the campaign. In this game three of the leagues decided to team up, with a forth player playing the opposition. The randomly generated scenario was Dangerous Delivery!

The three leagues formed up at one corner, keen to charge across the table to escape out the opposite corner. The enemy, randomly selected, attempted to thwart them. Our hero league included a fair amount of mounted figures, which helped them a lot.

Note in some of the pictures you will see dismounted figures on the base of mounted figures, they were there to keep track of which figure the mounted figure represented. (I only had a small selection of fairly generic mounted troops)

A full AAR is pending...

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Offline Menelduir

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Some shots of the leagues

Up first are an American Archeologist and his cowgirl wife, They are accompanied by mounted (and dismounted version) diggers and bodyguards, it can be dangerous in the desert.
Next another adventuring group who have enlisted the aid of some French foreign legion troops.
Last of the good guys is N.O.T. Lawrence and his mounted Arab cohorts

Finally the villains, A Risen, a Serpent priest,  4 Faceless,  4 armed cultists,  2 mobs, 3 3 risen warriors, and an abomination.

Offline d phipps

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Very cool! Can't wait to see more. THANKS for playing and sharing Pulp Alley.

Pulp Alley

Offline Elk101

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That's a nice collection of figures you have there. Great to see them on the table. Thanks.