I'm pleased to have an update with all good news, the release of our Mini Rulebook and details of the new REGIMENTS range.
This morning several hundred copies of our first mini Rulebook arrived from the printers, we are extremely happy with the quality! The 44 page A5 booklet includes all the core rules and all the Unit stats for non-character Units. Everything needed for starter games of Afterlife!
We are making the document available as a PDF download for free, but if you like to have a physical copy of the rules to flick through/consult during a game, its available here -
If you pledged at Shard Strike or higher (or pledged for more than £100 worth of Add-Ons) we are pleased to offer you a FREE copy of the rulebook. as thanks for your support and patience. All we ask is you pay postage, or have it included with an order of product.
To get your free rulebook:
- Login to our webstore www.anvilindustry.co.uk
- Place an order including the rulebook (it can be just the rulebook).
- Apply the coupon code FREERULES to your basket (which will deduct £6)
- Important - please write your backer ID, Kickstarter user name OR kickstarter email in the comments box so we can confirm your elegibility.
REGIMENTS range released - How to use them in Afterlife
Some of you who follow us on Facebook will likely have seen our brand new range of REGIMENTS heroic scale 28mm human infantry parts and kits, many of which have designs which are suitable for use in Afterlife.
Regiments figures are not quite the same scale as Afterlife (see the scale comparison photo on the page) - they are fully heroic scale, so have bulkier arms, legs, heads and weapons, but are roughly the same height as the Afterlife figures.
The Regiments range is a great source of varied and customised figures for Afterlife games, making near future sci-fi infantry, contractors and similar.
Given the scale difference, you have two options for using them in your games
1. Use them along side existing Afterlife models.
Small differences in scale/proportions may not bother you, in which case you can just mix and match. Treat your Regiments figures as having the same rules as a similarly equiped infantry Unit from the game (Unity Council Marine Corp rules for example, could apply to any infantry figure with medium armour and a rifle).
2. Use them instead of Afterlife infantry models, and alongside Mechs, vehicles etc.
You can use Regiments models as stand ins for your entire armies infantry models. Alongside larger models like the Exo-Mechs, the scale difference wont matter.
In this case, assign any appropriate rules, just make sure your opponent knows what's what, and don't use different Units rules for identical looking Regiments models!