May 31, 2017 by deltagamegirl22
Anyone that knows CMON & Guillotine Games or Zombicide should not be surprised that the latest Kickstarter, Zombicide: Green Horde is already funded and smashing through the stretch goals.
Not only are they funded, they are funded at over a million dollars, and that’s just day one!
Zombicide: Green Horde is a cooperative board game for one to six players that is both a standalone game and fully compatible with Zombicide: Black Plague and its expansions!
Players control a party of medieval fantasy survivors as they fight to rid the land of an invasion of zombie orcs controlled by the game itself. Survivors find weapons, learn spells, battle zombies, and gain experience.
The more experienced they get, the more powerful they become, but the more zombies rise to face them!
And you thought regular zombies were terrifying – check out the Orc Zombies! Orc zombies are stronger than their human counterparts, being able to tear apart the most resilient of Survivors. An attack from an Orc Walker deals two wounds, while the attack of an Orc Fatty or Abomination deals a whopping three wounds!
The little Goblin Runners only deal 1 Wound per attack, but they are fast and numerous, so don’t judge them by their size. And finally, while the Orc Necromancer is not very deadly in itself, you’ll want to eliminate it quickly, as its powers bring even more Orc Zombies onto the board.
As lethal as the Orc Zombies are, probably the scariest thing about them is their ability to launch surprise attacks by unleashing an overwhelming horde against the Survivors. Every time an Orc Zombie spawn card is drawn, one extra zombie of the indicated type is added to a “Horde area” outside the board.
As the game progresses, players will watch with dread as the looming threat of the horde grows in number, just out of sight. When an “Enter the Horde!” card is drawn, all miniatures in the Horde area are placed in the spawning Zone. The situation just got a lot direr!
And if hordes weren’t enough, wait until you see the Feral Dragon! So THAT’S where the dragon bile comes from…towering above everything else, the Feral Dragon sees all, showering the nearby Zone with the most Survivors with its deadly dragon breath, or flying to the next adjacent tile to further smash the village and chase its prey.
Bringing down the Feral Dragon will certainly not be easy. Each time it lands it features a vulnerability to only a specific weapon type, and damaging it only makes it fly away, waiting to dive into the village again when a new Spawn card is drawn.
Will you be backing the Zombicide: Green Horde Kickstarter?
"And if hordes weren't enough, wait until you see the Feral Dragon!"