Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons

Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons

Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse
  • Author: Ash Barker
  • Illustrator: Arthur Asa
  • Short code: LDZA
  • Publication Date: 19 Sep 2019
  • Number of Pages: 88
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Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons brings an all new campaign to the skirmish-scale miniatures game of survival horror, taking players through the changing seasons and the challenges this brings to their Groups of survivors. As well as rival gangs and mindless zombies, your Group will have to deal with hunger, thirst, warmth, and the many other problems that can't be stopped with a well-placed bullet. Featuring a host of new character types, scavenge tables, scenarios, and even rules for using bicycles, motorbikes, and snowmobiles, this expansion is essential for a survivor during the last days.

Biographical Note

Ash discovered miniatures in 1988 in the back of the classic Fighting Fantasy adventure books. These tiny, perfect worlds and their heroic inhabitants would capture his imagination for the next 30 years. Since 2001 he has worked in the wargames industry. In June 2015 he founded Guerrilla Miniature Games, a YouTube channel that specializes in bringing a spotlight to all miniature games, great and small.Arthur Asa is an artist from Monterrey, Mexico. From an early age he displayed a disposition for art and story-telling, fueled by manga, motion pictures, and his teenage love for Dungeons and Dragons. When not illustrating Arthur enjoys MMA, cooking, music, and role-playing games. He really, really tries to enjoy comics and film. He doesn't enjoy wasting his time, at all.
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