Modiphius Taking Pre-Orders For Fallout RPG Expansion

June 8, 2019 by brennon

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Modiphius has begun taking pre-orders for their new Fallout: Wasteland Warfare expansion which shifts the focus from miniatures game to full-on roleplaying game.

Fallout Wasteland Warfare RPG Book - Modiphius

This new take on the Fallout universe comes with...

  • Complete rules for tabletop roleplaying in the wasteland, based on the popular Fallout: Wasteland Warfare miniatures game.
  • Full rules for character creation, archetypes and original player ideas alongside existing characters from the Fallout
  • Packed with lots of full-colour photographic scenes of the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare range to inspire your adventures!
  • Interact with familiar characters and creatures drawn from the world of
  • Background on the locations, adversaries and factions that players can encounter.
  • Three free adventures totalling twenty-six pages in a linked campaign or for use as one-shot missions to support GM's
  • Guidance for players to build their settlement as a base of operations
  • Advice and tools to help GM's create and run exciting new adventures in the Fallout

You don't actually need any of the existing Wasteland Warfare paraphernalia to run the game apart from a few of the downloadable cards which can be snapped up for free from Modiphius. These were also available as part of the Two-Player Starter Set if you dived in on Wasteland Warfare when it first released.

I think this is certainly very cool and it offers up a new take on Fallout for those that want to try and leave the miniatures behind.

Overseer's Bundle

As well as the main book you can also snap up a larger bundle which comes with the roleplaying game and also a bunch of extras.

Fallout Wasteland Warfare RPG Overseeer Bundle - Modiphius

As well as getting the roleplaying book you'll also find a bunch of miniatures from the Two-Player Starter set as well as a bunch of additional books which will give you options for stories and narrative development on the tabletop.

I think if you're really into your Fallout this is probably the option to go in for, especially as it offers up characters that could be used for player characters and encounters.

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