Blackwater Gulch 2nd Edition Kickstarter Comes To An End

September 25, 2016 by brennon

The Blackwater Gulch 2nd Edition Kickstarter from Gangfight Games comes to an end today! With only a few hours left on the clock, it’s looking to become a reality.

Blackwater Gulch

The new game book focuses in on making some tweaks to the original game, adding in more fast paced and exciting gameplay opportunities for the different gangs.

You’re also going to get some swanky custom dice, loads of cards and the Loot Deck which adds a bit of a video game element to proceedings on the tabletop.

The Models

It wouldn’t be a campaign without lovely models too, all of which have been made with the Unicast technique by Prodos Games. You can actually see some of the models as part of The Weekender.

The Unsung

The Unsung (pictured above) lead the way as a bunch of Wild West characters looking to hold back the waves of demons and undead threatening their townships. Of course, they clearly don’t get the credit they deserve!

Following on from them we have their foes, The Wicked.

The Wicked

There is a distinct undead edge to this gang and they’ve drawn on weird folklore and legends surrounding the many peoples who took up residence in America. There’s a bit of Voodoo and Native American flare thrown in there for good measure.

Finally, for the new crews at least, we also have The Wormwood Wardens.

The Wormwood Wardens

This series of lycanthropes have been drawn from all manner of different creatures. I particularly like the Werebear. I reckon these folks will be somewhere in between The Wicked and The Unsung looking to keep a balance between the two.

Stretch Goals

A selection of Stretch Goals have already been hit for the project.

Stretch Goals

Some monstrous additions to the line-up have already been shown off including Ash and The Jersey Devil. Nina Blackburn also joins the fighting for The Tranquility Crew.

Take a look at this one!

"I reckon these folks will be somewhere in between The Wicked and The Unsung looking to keep a balance between the two..."