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Got my core game at the weekend. Got to say that the quality of the miniatures, especially the suvivors, have really improved since the original Zombicide. There's a couple which are a bit on the flat side but most of them are great.

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Don'T know if I can motivate myself to paint all those Zombies (and six or seven of the same sculpt).

AHAHAHAHAHA

 

I've backed all but the original version (though I bought that through the 2nd KS and just pre-ordered the exclusives). SO MANY ZOMBIES.

 

Though now that I have an airbrush...

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I didn't back this although I was tempted.

Ironically I wasn't much interested in the minis, I'm getting rather particular about any I'm acquiring nowadays as I have so many, but rather the game itself.

 

I'm hoping that some of the regulars here will be posting reviews and their thoughts on the gameplay once the fulfillment ends.

It'll have to be in another thread of course.

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I like the basic Zombicide gameplay, though I've still only played the original (!) There look to be a lot of cool new features and the setup for equipment and dashboard seems like a nice step toward stuff we've come to expect due to CRPG UIs.

That's what I'm most interested in, the differences in mechanics from the original Zombicide and how well that dashboard setup works in game.

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The Necromancer and the new Abominations will be mostly interesting. Also that you can hold 5 cards in the backpack and wearing armor is nice.

I think I will play it in the afternoon in a few hours.

 

Normally if you have more zombies, the game will be easier because of less extra activations. The necromancer is different. If you have more necromancer minis, you get the game more dangerous.

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Don'T know if I can motivate myself to paint all those Zombies (and six or seven of the same sculpt).

AHAHAHAHAHA

 

I've backed all but the original version (though I bought that through the 2nd KS and just pre-ordered the exclusives). SO MANY ZOMBIES.

 

Though now that I have an airbrush...

 

 

Likewise. I have only finished one Survivor and Zombivor so far, though I did get most of the way through a tray of zombies from the first set before having to set it aside from sheer mind numbing boredom and do something, anything, else for a while.

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