#1
Hey guys, I was just going through some old files on my computer when I found the rules to a table-top game I used to play with some friends ages ago. It was basically simplified D&D with zombies, and it was a ton of fun. Anyway, I've figured out a way it can be played online, so I was wondering if anybody would be interested?

Rules are simple:
The game is played on a grid, chessboard style. Each player can move 5 squares per turn, and complete two actions, one large and one small. Each player moves, then the zombies move, and then the players move again. There are several weapons in the game, each with different ranges and levels of effectiveness. Weapon use is determined by dice rolls. For example: The shotgun has a range of 3 squares. If it is used on an opponent within that range, a die roll of 1 or 2 is a miss, 3 is a wound, and 4, 5, 6 and 6 are kills.

It's pretty easy to pick up, and its a ton of fun once it gets going, so if anybody else has nothing better to do today let me know.

Edit: This is one of those games where everybody needs to be there-it doesn't work if you drop in to make your move, then come back five minutes later.
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Last edited by Zigsfi at May 7, 2011,
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If you're interested, I'll pm it to you. It's sort of a homebrewed system, so it gets glitchy with a lot of people watching.
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#6
Pm sent. BTW great sig.
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#8
Dead Frontier is kinda cool, but it's too early on in dev for me. Besides, this is more about a small group actually working together than a big group just randomly running around.
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#9
PM me too. it sounds like it could be fun to try, and my friends love tabletop games.
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#10
PM sent-Feel free to join in whenever you want.
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#11
Here, could you PM it to me? Sounds fun.
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#13
Check thy profiles, folks.
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#14
This sounds interesting, I'd like to give it a shot.
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#15
As my first move, I choose to run into the zombie horde. Within minutes I become a zombie. I eat your brains.
Do I win?
#16
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As my first move, I choose to run into the zombie horde. Within minutes I become a zombie. I eat your brains.
Do I win?


...yes. You broke my game
The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
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#17
I can't join at that time, how often are you going to do this?
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#18
^If you can't make it at 5:00, try to join as soon as you can and we'll work you in. The nice thing about this game is that you can drop in/out very easily because of the natural flux of a zombie setting-people vanish and return constantly.
The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
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