Pulp Alley 40K: “Exit Strategy”

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Genestealer hybrids, ratling tyrants and immoral scientists all experience a transdimensional audit with extreme prejudice, while simultaneously hopping from mega city to graveyard, and from planet to planet.

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Pulp Alley Apocalypse War (and PA40k)

PulpAlleyMC1vsEM1j I hosted a gaming weekend this weekend, with Just John, Mr Saturday and PB in attendance.  Pulp Alley games were centre stage, with one of the encounters including models from the Judgement Day project that Mr Saturday and I are currently engaged in. PulpAlleyMC1vsEM1t Continue reading

Pulp 40k Alley: Firebase Fracas

The partially ruined outpost "FB96"

The partially ruined outpost “FB96”

Human/alien hybrids with 1980s synth pop affectations, motile and monosyllabic trees, fascist space-halflings, moustachioed mankini garbed ork geniuses and rapid fire ion blaster wielding anthropomorphic raccoons and a load of robots are only some of the things that collided at Firebase RB96 last Saturday.

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Inquisitor/Pulp Alley: Final Boarding

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Shuttlecraft Helga sits being refuelled at Libertine spaceport.

After the ork pirates and the evil human mercenaries finished stealing each others wheels they went to the spaceport.  This is what happened next.

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Inquisitor/Pulp Alley: Backside Roasting

Kaptin Fiddy Teef commandeers Mushrööm Klöwds Töör Bus and takes Big Billy, Crackers and some other Skallywags on a road trip.

Just before Xmas PB and I got together for a couple of games of Pulp Alley set somewhere in the armpit of the 40k universe.  For the first game we particularly wanted to try out the PA vehicle rules.  This is how it went.

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Inquisitor/Pulp Alley: Shore to Ship

The Foaks get militant.

The Foaks get militant.

The follow up to the Lost in Translation game that I documented a little while ago, this installment features swarms of motile plant monsters, irradiated reptile-bugs and knee-high mechadendrite whipping cyborg monstrosities all competing for spaceshipwreck salvage.
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Pulp Alley/Antares weekend.

Its a Santa off!

Its a Space Santa off!

I spent last weekend playing toy soldiers with Just John.  The games ended up having a somewhat festive (a science fantasy, post-apocalyptic, 2000AD, WWI, mash-up sort of festive) theme.  Some photos of the two Pulp Alley and single Beyond the Gates of Antares games that we played follow. Continue reading

Inquisitor/Pulp Alley: Lost in Translation

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Another Pulp Alley battle report, set in another of the Warhammer 40,000 universes musty armpits… Continue reading

Sector Six Crossover Finale

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If you don’t like intergalactic secret agents leaping out of explosions to punch space nazis with glowing, powered gauntlets of righteous, high-tech fury, then do not click this image.

Regular readers may be aware that a hand picked selection of my toy soldiers – consisting of Inquisitor Verhoeven, Astropath Patrick O’Blivion and Gunslinger Rosa “Digger” Stone – has been sent across the Atlantic/through warpspace to Sector Six to help out with grave local issues.  A few details of how the narrative driven Flat Stanley-esque project is intended to work, plus links to each of the games in the series can be found here.

That project comes to a close on the Governor General of Sector Six blog today, in a great looking game featuring exploding aircraft, leaping decapitations, spaceship strafing runs, space nazis, genetic infantrymen and of course, three of my toy soldiers mixed in.  I strongly suggest that you take a look, its a pretty unique and inspiring looking game.

Seriously, take a look at this…

Check out Inquisitor Verhoeven in the middle of that.   Bad. Ass.

Check out Inquisitor Verhoeven in the middle of that.
Bad. Ass. 
By the Holy Throne, click the image!

My genuine thanks to Maj. Guiscard, the Governor General of Sector Six himself for making the entire process fun, pleasant and memorable.

 

Inquisitor/Pulp Alley: Thermospheric Terror

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Another rip-roaring, sci-fi game of Pulp Alley today, this time featuring the debonair, quip-cracking, buckle-swashing Archduke Ramirez Connery Bond and his adventuring companions versus the nefarious, drug-fueled mercenary forces of the Purgators.  It was also a great opportunity to get my first game in with my new Battle Systems interior terrain.

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