Monster Fight Club Cyberpunk Red Miniatures Bundle: Combat Zoners A, B, and C (3 Items)

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Monster Fight Club Cyberpunk Red Miniatures Bundle: Combat Zoners A, B, and C (3 Items)

Monster Fight Club Cyberpunk Red Miniatures Bundle: Combat Zoners A, B, and C (3 Items)

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Overall, I am very happy with Monster Fight Club’s Cyberpunk Red Miniatures. They make really nice figures. This campaign begins with standard 20-foot containers, adds all-new half-sized 10-foot containers, and then is followed by “hab” containers: tiny homes and small shops for your present-day, near-future, or far-future battlefield. Finally, we bring you open-sided containers, perfect for protecting those valuable assets like your prized white tigers or that old smoky diesel generator. Moreover, you can turn them into bridges to cross a ravine or a skywalk for your hab units! We’re also introducing two new connectors that allow you to link your containers end-to-end, making your container setup even more varied and versatile. As if that wasn’t enough, there's even more! Kovaleski created publisher Gale Force Nine in 1998, building on a foundation of laser-cut gaming accessories. In the 2000s he and game designer Aaron Dill, along with the late Sean Sweigart, shifted to board games. Their first big hit was Spartacus: A Game of Blood and Treachery. It was an unusual hybrid, blending turn-based strategy with a high-stakes tactical miniatures game, all built on the lore of the Starz network’s prestige television series, Spartacus. The game was so good that even those who had no interest in Lucy Lawless’ on-screen hijinks were drawn to it. Its success led to a string of high quality licensed board games such as Firefly: The Game, Sons of Anarchy, Star Trek Ascendancy, and Homeland. There you have it. Some really neat resin miniatures from a relatively new gaming company. Although the company is new, the guy behind it has a wealth of experience and it shows in their work. If you are into the Cyberpunk genre, these Cyberpunk Red miniatures by Monster Fight Club are well worth a look. For those who want to look into Cyberpunk Red, the miniatures game, it is published by R. Talsorian Games. A high-tech dystopia with rich world-building. Take part in your own story set in the world of Cyberpunk and spark your imagination using scenario cards, a terrain set, and truly gorgeous miniatures.

Cyberpunk 2077 has proved controversial for a number of reasons, not the least of which was its buggy launch on consoles. But the tabletop franchise that it was based on is experiencing an incredible renaissance. Cyberpunk Red, the latest version of the game from publisher R. Talsorian Games, is one of the most elegant and accessible TTRPGs of the generation. Now, a new studio is taking that dark future world in a different direction with a new miniatures skirmish game titled Cyberpunk Red: Combat Zone.


In the time of the Red, every city has a Combat Zone: an area of the city where the law doesn’t reach and cyber-enhanced gangs vie for control over the streets. Miniatures skirmish games, like Games Workshop’s Necromunda or Corvus Belli’s Infinity, rely on some notoriously dense rulesets. While you don’t need more than a handful of miniatures to play, you will often spend hours at the table trying to sort out how to move and fire on your opponents. Combat Zone reduces the complexity considerably. For more detailed introductions to the rules and gameplay, please watch the videos in the gallery. What’s in the box? Of course, just as in the real world, gunfights in Combat Zone are incredibly dangerous. Wounded characters are less effective, and the quality and number of their actions is depleted the more damage that they take. Red actions turn into yellow, yellow into green, and so on, until they ultimately go out of action. But taking some wounds doesn’t mean your characters are any less deadly. In this game it doesn’t matter if you’re rolling a d6 or a d20. If your dice land on the highest possible number, your target is in trouble. As a note, the Game Master to the game is actually the original creator of the Cyberpunk RPG, Mike Pondsmith. How cool is that?

Cyberpunk Red: Combat Zone has already received accolades as a Polygon Recommends 2023 award winner and one of IGN’s top-rated games of 2023. Don't miss your opportunity to get started now! Central to its mechanics are a set of color-coded dice and a matching ruler, called the Limiter. It has green, yellow, and red sections to denote short, medium, and long range. It’s the only measurement tool that you need to run the game, and it also informs all the actions you might take during your turn. In addition to having strong brand-name recognition, Combat Zone is also a lot less expensive than large-format wargames like Warhammer 40,000. That’s because you only need about three to six miniatures to do battle in a relatively small area — here, a space that’s 22 inches wide and 30 inches long. That means your investment in terms of both time and money will be much lower than with a traditional miniatures wargame. A fast-paced game engine. Crafted by veteran creators of tabletop games, Combat Zone lets you act and react in organic, free-flowing actions. No rounds, no turns - the game just goes. Unlike many other modern crowdfunding campaigns, Monster Fight Club’s Cyberpunk Red: Combat Zone feels like the start of something big. This isn’t a one-time offer for a high-concept product that’s going to disappear, never to be produced again. It’s something that Kovaleski and Dill plan to have in friendly local game stores around the world for years to come.

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In this post, we take a look at some really well done miniatures by Monster Fight Club for the new Cyberpunk Red RPG.

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