Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Pulp City AAR - A.R.C vs HEAVY METAL

My friend Ben and I have finally managed to get enough stuff organised to start playing Pulp City at our local club. To which we finally sat down and managed to have a Level 6 game the other week.

Ben decided to go with Heavy Metal taking:

Dr Mercury
Nuclear Jones

Whilst I chose to run my A.R.C crew:

Red Bella
Chimp Chi

We rolled for the Plot and got Territory - this would see agenda points gained for controlling board quarters. No civilians or other Agendas were chosen as we just wanted to run through the main rules and get a game going.

After both sides deployed Ben won initiative and charged ahead with Androida who using her feats managed to dash half way across the board. Red Bella flew round to counter the speeding femdroid but was soon in a tough scrap with Dr Mercury. On the other side of the board, Guerilla and Howler were moving up in cover, taking well aimed shots at both Nuke Jones and Chronin whilst Jones was loosing Missile after Missile at the raging Apes.

Chimp Chi stealthily concealed on the rooftops, nimbly darted across them to drop down behind Chronin and with the help of Howler, took out the time manipulating samuria.

Androida had also fallen on the other Side to a well timed shot from Red Bella. Dr Mercury flailed at Bella in revenge but the lucky Ape still stood.

Back at the T-Junction Nuke Jones loosed off another Missile and took down both Chimp Chi and Howler.

With both sides depleted and darkness descending, they withdrew. The A.R.C had completed their plot for the day though and managed to gain more Agenda Points winning the encounter.








  1. Replies
    1. Thanks Leon. Not as indepth as I would have liked but I got carried away playing and stopped taking notes :-)

  2. Replies
    1. Cheers Fran. Really enjoying this project and have a lot more in WIP as well as more city terrain.

  3. Wonderful report and looks great too!

    1. Really appreciate that Michael, glad you enjoyed it.

  4. A nice battle report. Many thanks, Carl!

    And by the way your urban board looks wonderful.