Another crew for our Post-Apoc campaign. Here is Matt’s Scientific Enclave
A small band of scientists, security and support staff survived the apocalypse in an underground bunker complex that was part of America’s intercontinental missile defense system. The Silo57 team is dedicated to restoring some shred of civilization to the world.
Heavy reliance on science makes this team focused on recovering any and all technology-related artifacts. Employing drones, robots, cyborgs, Silo 57 members are well-equipped if not well trained. What they lack in experience they make up in technological know-how and firepower.
We’ll have one more trial game so Derek and Matt can familiarize themselves with their forces. Pictures of hostiles coming.
In preparation for our upcoming post-apocalyptic mini-campaign, I present Derek’s crew of Wasteland nomads.
“Nomads” is the catch-all term for the strange assortment of scroungers, scavengers and survivors who live in the desolate stretches of post-apocalyptic wilderness. For various reasons, these individuals refuse to join one of the many groups of savage bandits that pick at the carcass of the dead world, preferring the company of other like-minded outcasts or the vast solitude of the empty, irradiated landscape.
Mutants, freaks, strange beasts, even odd individuals reputed to possess paranormal abilities, nomads tend to be neutral in the nasty skirmishes that flare among survivors. This is not to say they are cowardly; nomads are skilled, hardened fighters who will band together when faced with a common danger. What they lack in equipment, the nomads more than make up for with deadly skills and powerful abilities honed by day-to-day struggles in the merciless aftermath.
Matt’s Silo57 Scientists are nearly finished. I’ll post pix as soon as.
Gaming schedule is getting back on track next week. Here’s one of the new terrain pieces for the upcoming mini-campaign. Even if you don’t add detailing from your bitz box, Home Depot is an excellent source for inexpensive, interesting structures. A little spray paint, some drybrushing, and you’re good.