I fight lost wars, see light, fear sight
I open my mind, need flesh, fear mine
are you only supposed to print up 1 of each card? the rules don't really say either way?
Yep 1 of each card is the order of the day.
on attacking.. it uses 1 AP.. so you could shoot or bat or whatever up to 4 times in a turn, or zombie attack up to 4 times? I'm playing a game by myself here just to make sure i have a clear understanding of how everything works before i introduce it to my friends and so far with 2 human players in the same room 1 with a pistol and 1 with a bat we're pretty much able to hold back 7 zombies.. seems almost a little too easy. will ahve to keep playing
Yep 1AP per shot, move, swing, search or whatever. Don't forget if you roll a 1 you lose the rest of your turn. Zombies only get 2AP's so they can only do a maximum of 2 attacks providing they don't move.
also, is there any ruling on firing pistols/rifle etc at zombies when theres a human player in between you and the zombie? i know the shotgun clearly states you must roll for the humans too as its not really a controlled shot. but i can't seem to find anywhere in the manual that says anything about the other guns... i was thinking of just making the person roll first on who they hit.. 1-2 hits the human, 3-6 hits the zombie. if you hit the human roll 1-4 nothing happens.. just a graze.. 5-6 human player is knocked down(lay model on side or something) must spend 1 AP to get up on next turn.
Humans in range are vulnerable to gunfire. We play that they are destroyed on a head shot (which a shotgun does outright) and they return as zombies on a body shot.
I'm full of questions.. zombies are limited to 4 times the amount of humans.. so if theres 3 humans theres 12 zombies.. if the zombies kill a human and turn him into a zombie theres now 13 zombies on the board.... do you not replace any new zombies now until there are less than 8? 2 humans left, 8 zombies. or do you stick with the original number of humans and the zombies stay at 12?
Keep the zombies to 4 times the amount of players throughout. If there are 12 on the board and only 1 human remains out of say 3 humans do not replace any until you get down to 3- and only replace back up to 4.