Wednesday, 29 November 2017
Thursday, 9 November 2017
Conan and the Alter of Death (pulp Ally AAR)
After may reads and again watching Dave's wonderful videos, I wanted to try the solo deck and the Blood Sacrifice scenario . I had a Conan league set and raised a Thusla Doom league to fight them. the scenario i laid out and decided a princess as the victim and major plot point, (my camera took some very bad pictures so below are the best.) The game played very well and I cant story board the turns as normal due to the pictures.
Thusla Dooms league
minor plot points
Conan and friends
Doom enters the game
sir hiss failed miserably and lasted like 5 seconds.
Doom warriors and gang
Subotai made short work of them
Thorsen spent 2 turns stationary.
Conan and Valeria engaged Rexor over a plot point
Doom vanquishing the priestess to get his first plot point with ease
the evil priest had a time on the second plot point he did his best
Rexor is downed and his point stolen by Valeria
at last the plot point is his
Alko runs and tries his best but
Turn 5 the monster turned up almost on top of Conan
the battle starts and blows are exchanged
Valeria joins the frey and still the beast wont fall
Doom goes for the princes and victory he is stopped by very bad dice rolls and loads of swearing is heard from the princes who resists his attentions
Aiko and Thorsten dance and fight around the plot point
the evil priest steals if as they fight
Cona bravely still battles the huge monster
Subotai tries to stop Doom arrows bouncing off him as he at lest wrestles the princess off the alter
he grabs her and makes a run for it
claws and lades still clash and the heroes fight the huge thing
the evil priest succumbs to his adventures and fall flat as Doom escapes off with the prize
Victory to Thusla Doom as Conan is still fighting the monster.
Very enjoyable game and the solo deck work, I again apologise fr the poor showing of pictures, but hope it gave some feel to the game. Pulp alley worked fine i did not use the extras you can from the Leagues book on Fantasy games but perhaps next time.
thank you Dave for inspiration as always
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