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Awesome stuff!  I just picked up the rulebook and my buddy brought over a  box of about 200 cars for us to pull from.  Soon, there will be some Mad Max-esque cars tearing around my basement!  

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I positively LOVE "Mad-Maximizing" toy cars for post-apoc settings.  :D  Alas that the scale gets a bit SQUISHY with Hot Wheels cars.  I regret not snatching up a bunch of those Jada "Battle Machines" when I had the chance a while back.

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That Camaro is pretty cool.

 

On 8/6/2018 at 8:56 AM, Rahz said:

...my buddy brought over a  box of about 200 cars for us to pull from.  Soon, there will be some Mad Max-esque cars tearing around my basement!  ....

:devil: and that is where the madness started for me and my five year old son...one corner of our hobby room looks like a mad scientists graveyard of automobiles. 

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In the years since the Fall, the forces of Earth's resistance to Martian rule must maintain a low profile or risk immediate annihilation. Even so, their activities have left their mark on the world, and even with identities unknown, some resistance fighters have become legends in their time. 

 

Despite his or her American equipment and global sightings, one is particularly well known in the British Isles. Some say they are an ancient legend reborn, a reincarnation of a Knight of Camelot, Robin Hood, or Sir Francis Drake. Others insist upon an identity shared among many, such as the Dread Pirate Roberts. To Martians and their collaborators, he or she is a spirit of vengeance with no concept of mercy.

 

We have only a name: 00-Stig.

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22 minutes ago, Weird-O said:

In the years since the Fall, the forces of Earth's resistance to Martian rule must maintain a low profile or risk immediate annihilation. Even so, their activities have left their mark on the world, and even with identities unknown, some resistance fighters have become legends in their time. 

 

Despite his or her American equipment and global sightings, one is particularly well known in the British Isles. Some say they are an ancient legend reborn, a reincarnation of a Knight of Camelot, Robin Hood, or Sir Francis Drake. Others insist upon an identity shared among many, such as the Dread Pirate Roberts. To Martians and their collaborators, he or she is a spirit of vengeance with no concept of mercy.

 

We have only a name: 00-Stig.

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nicely understated compared to the others

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