ZONA ALFA

ZONA ALFA: SALVAGE AND Survival in the Exclusion Zone

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Zona Alfa is a set of simple, fast-play skirmish rules for scavenging, exploring, and surviving in a near-future, post-apocalyptic Eastern European setting. Players take on the role of bandits, mercenaries, and military units fighting over the blasted Exclusion Zone and its abandoned artifacts. Customize your fighters with a variety of weapons and specialisms to create your ideal warband. With extended rules for campaigns, character progression, terrain, and environmental hazards, Zona Alfa contains all the tools required to engaging in blistering firefights within the Exclusion Zone.

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Battle Reports:

  1. REFINERY BATTLE
  2. CROSSROADS AT BLYATSK
  3. MULTI-PLAYER GAME
  4. EDGE OF THE ZONE
  5. ANOTHER REFINERY BATTLE

9 thoughts on “ZONA ALFA

  1. I just took a look at your rules and was very intrigued. I was wondering if you could include a section on play balance since there is no “point system”. I think it would be fairly easy to make balanced forces of comparable abilities. All of your pictured teams / crews appear to be balanced. Do you have any suggestions for elites versus rabble (i.e. 40K Marines versus Genestealer Cult) ?

    1. Hi Scott,
      My games tend to be story-driven, so ‘points’ don’t factor in much. As far as an elite v. rabble, I’d ratio 3:1 rabble to elites and set up the scenario so that both sides stand a chance of winning if they play smart.

  2. Gosh, I’m flattered you like CtE enough to try it, let alone ask for tips. IMO, try an Escort VIP mission or Sabotage Terrain Item. Set a Turn Limit. Have straightforward, measurable objectives.

    For forces, give each a distinct flavor/fighting style, i.e. light & fast or armored/heavy firepower, or tech reliant. Spice up a couple character leader/specialists backed by a squad of redshirt grunts to generate some story tension.

    That’s pretty general, but I don’t know your club or fig collection, so…

    Just do do me a favor and send pictures, would you?

    Thanks again.

      1. Sorry but the best place to ask is the Pulp Alley forums. They’re very nice over there. The CtE mechanics are very different and I wouldn’t presume to speak for the Pulp Alley game.

  3. Just wondering if you can help me out with a copy of these rules and/or notes on converting Pulp Alley stuff to Post Apocalypse? That’d be awesome as I’m struggling with rulesets right now.

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