In Judgement, the Heroes and Monsters have cards (much like Warmachine). These are available for free online from the Judgement Print’n’Play page, as well as via the Warband Commander app for Android or Apple. Or for those of you would want a physical card but don’t own a printer, they can be purchased from Drive Thru Cards. I have also made some Printer Friendly cards available from my Judgement Resources page.Continue reading “The Cards – Judgement Intro Series”
The Judgement game board, as mentioned previously, is a circle. This comes in 2 sizes, 2ft and 3ft diameter to support the two supported game sizes; 3v3 or 5v5 which represents the number of heroes under each players’ control.Continue reading “The Board – Judgement Intro Series”
I wrote a series of short articles for Facebook to assist in drumming up interest in this wonderful game. Not wanting to waste effort and to make sure that they are permanently, easily, available to people in the future, I have decided to re-post them here too.
This is a growing game, using 54mm scale to produce some of the most beautiful miniatures in the industry (54mm scale is about the size of a Warjack/Beast from WMH).
The game is small scale skirmish (3 or 5 models a side depending on game size), played on a circular board (2ft or 3ft diameter, again, depending on game size) and is heavily inspired by MOBA games such as League of Legends, Defence of the Ancients or Heroes of the Storm.
There are no factions; every hero is available to everyone, and games can be done in 60-90 minutes.Continue reading “The Setting – Judgement Intro Series”
I made a thing(s)!
Either, click here or use the shiny “Judgement Resources” button on the top menu bar to find my Rules Reference and Printer Friendly card resources.
This also heralds the start of a re-posting of short articles that I made for Facebook to help introduce potential new players to the game. These will go up automatically on a schedule every few days, and then when done, I might try and find some time to even write some Hero tactica… We shall see!
It is with a somewhat heavy heart that I am writing this, given that BonesCon is now no more, though I am glad that I was there at the end.
BonesCon ’19 marks my fifth year of Smog/BonesCon and I am glad that I managed to go as often as I did. More thoughts after the break…Continue reading “BonesCon ’19”