Quickview 2000AD Miniatures Game, Tabletop GamesThe rank and ﬁle Citi‐Def trooper is a volunteer drawn from the block population who agrees to spend at least one day a month attending Citi‐Def training and orientation meetings. All are given basic training in squad tactics and care and maintenance of personal weapons. They are issued with a ballistic shell suit and assigned a weapon that must be returned to the armoury at the end of any training event. However, such is the popularity of the Citi‐Def to certain ‘warcrazy’ individuals that Citi‐Def captains can hold meetings on a weekly or even daily basis, some even allow their enthusiastic followers to take their weapons home between sessions – an oﬀence with a mandatory sentence of no less than two years per count if the Judges ﬁnd out.
Quickview Marvel Crisis Protocol, Tabletop GamesA.I.M. scientist George Tarleton had the dubious distinction of being chosen as the subject for a procedure which would transform him into a unique, bio-engineered living computer. Unable to use his limbs, Tarleton was confined to a hoverchair, which gives him both mobility and a deadly assortment of conventional weaponry. Since then, M.O.D.O.K. has used his vast intellect and exceptional psychic powers to terrorize the world as the leader of A.I.M. and one of the world’s most dangerous and unpredictable foes.
Quickview Marvel Crisis Protocol, Tabletop GamesWhen famed scientist Bruce Banner saved his friend Rick Jones’ life during a gamma bomb test explosion, he was bombarded with intense gamma radiation. The results of this extreme exposure caused the soft-spoken Banner to transform into a raging green-skinned monster known as the Hulk. While the Hulk has been hated and feared for most of his existence, this fact has not stopped him from using his incredible strength for good, both as part of the mighty Avengers and on his own.
Quickview 2000AD Miniatures Game, Summer Sale, Tabletop GamesA pack of 10 extra 2000AD Combat Dice to use with the Strontium Dog Miniatures Game or the Judge Dredd Miniatures Game by Warlord Games.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsThe Dragonbrawlers are a force unlike any other in RUMBLESLAM. They work in perfect unison, and actually just get stronger the more you hurt them! Wukong's Mana Bomb Turnbuckle Ability is a wonder to behold, becoming more powerful if he charges it up on top of the turnbuckle for a round. Shorts on the other hand has the high damaging Rope Ability Deadly Impact, which can hit almost any opponent, and dazes them for good measure. Wukong and Shorts use their Hyperbolic Beatdown in tandem, using their mystical powers to smash opponents into the turnbuckle! The Dragonbrawlers fight for Kaiser's Palace. They work perfectly with the Heavy Pounders, adding a whole slew of special rules to help the team. They also pair very well with a fine chardonnay... oh I mean the Cold Bloods. Sorry, forgot where I was for a second. Two resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled with unique character profile cards and clear acrylic bases. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsWhy take a regular superstar when you can take two much smaller superstars instead? Bobby and Bill aren't just any goblins. For a start, their stats are a lot more reliable, and have good chances to deliver those important Beatdowns. Those stats aren't the end of it though, as the Small Goblin Syndrome Passive Ability makes them better at hurting anyone bigger than them! Bobby has the king of all Rope Abilities. Running Pitchfork can move across the entire ring, and when it hits, it hits everything in base contact! Bill on the other hand lacks a Turnbuckle Ability, but makes up for it with a decent Grapple Ability and Rope Ability, of which he can do BOTH in a single activation, with AP to spare! Finally, Honky Tonk is their Tag Ability. The Nobgoblins get together to play a terrible tune that'll make their opponents dizzy! Coming from Rolling Bones, the Nobgoblins fit in with a Green Bruisers team, where their scrappy nature and unpredictability make them right at home. They're also good with the Raging Beasts, where their high AP and MP means you can get them where they need to be, softening up the opponent for the hard hitters to move in. Two resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled with unique character profile cards and clear acrylic bases. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsAt 275K each, Relentless Dosh are actually the cheapest tag team currently on offer! Don't let that fool you though, they move quickly, and can bring on the hurt when needed. Wonderkid is a face, and Nasty Goat a HEEL, so hope for the right reactions from the crowd! Both Crowd Pleasers give every friendly wrestler a +1AP counter though, which is a massive bonus to any team. And considering Wonderkid's Pile Drive To The Face Grapple Ability (longest move name yet?) has the Crowd Please special rule, that's going to be happening a lot! Nasty Goat doesn't fall behind though, as Quitter knocks down opponents and also picks them up! Their Tag Ability is named Tribute To The Best Attack In The World (okay, that's definitely the longest move name), does a bunch of damage and shoves the opponent 8 squares! That means you can really control the action in the ring. Honestly I don't know who these two aren't great choices for. They can hold their own in a fight, have a great Crowd Pleaser, and so many other useful skills. As a Forest Soul team they obviously pair well with the Timber Fists, giving them a whole bunch of tools to use, and the +1AP really helps the Amazonians to do their Turnbuckle Abilities and have AP left over to finish off (or throw out) their opponents. Two resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled with unique character profile cards and clear acrylic bases. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsIf you expect a wrestler with a giant claw to be good at damaging people, and a wrestler with a tentacle for an arm to be good at grappling people, you are not going to be disappointed! Basically, these guys are amazing. Their stats may not look like that much, but their special abilities are off the charts good. I'm not even going to spoil the surprise. EDIT: I've been told to spoil the surprise, because we want people to buy them. So here goes: Claw's Chaotic Claw Rope Ability has an ATT score of 2S+1, which can be permanently upgraded to 2G+1 with his Crowd Pleaser. That's already really good. But the Damage of the move is EQUAL TO THE ATT SCORE ROLLED. I'm not even going to let that sink in before I tell you about Squirm's Tentacle Choke Hold Grapple Ability. It does Dazed, which is good. But you add the WEIGHT of the target wrestler to your GRP score, meaning the bigger they are, the harder they fall! And I'm not even going to make a new paragraph before telling you that his Crowd Pleaser does Knockdown to THREE wrestlers within THREE squares. OH EM GEE Oh and they also have a Tag Ability in Squirm throws Claw to any square in the ring, and it deals 4 Damage if used as Live Ammunition. Two resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled with unique character profile cards and clear acrylic bases. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsCastor is the clear brawler, while Pollux gets tagged in later to grapple and throw opponents out. And tagging in and out is never a problem for these ladies, with their Tag Ability Turnbuckle Twins. One uses the other as a turnbuckle, launching them into the air, and then immediately tagging out afterwards. Don't forget to roll their Crowd Pleaser first though, as Castor's gives Pollux a bonus, and Pollux's gives Castor a bonus! And if you thought the twins didn't already work together perfectly in unison, have a look at their Zeus' Bargain Passive Ability. If both wrestlers are still in the fight, you may assign any Damage they take to either wrestler, so they have a combined Stamina of 14! The Gemini Twins are a Gomorrah tag team that make a great addition to the Deadly Divas, complementing their speed an agility perfectly, and adding some hardy wrestlers to soak up damage. They also work very well with the Runic Thunder, their high movement and Dexterity giving the team a little much needed speed. Two resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled with unique character profile cards and clear acrylic bases. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsIt's a tag team where both partners are the same person. Who comes up with this stuff?! Pedro and Dedro are two sides of the same coin. Able to switch back and forth between living and dead, one is a great character for buffing friendly wrestlers (he automatically activates friendly Crowd Pleasers), and the other is all about debuffing enemy wrestlers (he activates enemy Crowd Pleasers, but they don't gain any benefit from them hahaha). Pedro and Dedro's signature move is the Catchy Mariachi, in which they play such an annoying earworm of a song that your brain will eventually start leaking out your ears. Contains 2 resin miniatures, 2 character cards, and 2 clear acrylic base. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop Games, Tag TeamsStargaters are a space warping, go down fighting kind of tag-team. You'll definitely need some T'LC after facing this duo in the ring! The Stargaters are the latest Space Gate wielding wrestlers to arrive in the Diamond Oasis. Colonel Russ' is a good all rounder but is the squishier of this tag-team. Good thing he's got Stargator's super tough scales to make up for it. Not only does Stargator have a solid defence, he's also got a Big Bite! A hefty attack that inflicts Bleeding. Being part Alligator, Stargator knows how to roll, with his Death Glider Roll leaving his opponents dizzy. Colonel Russ isn't without a few tricks of his own, for one he's brought a gun! Don't worry, it's only a Squirt Gun. Between his water pistol and Snake Eyes grapple, Russ can really put down some suppressive fire, dishing out -AP counters like he was in an action movie. The pair of them bring some Space Gates. These can be set up in unoccupied spaces in the ring and when ANY friendly wrestler moves onto one they are teleported onto the second gate. Better yet, these Space Gates can't be used in any other way (including by enemies). Contains 2 resin miniatures, 2 character card's, 2 Resin Space Gates and 2 clear acrylic bases. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop GamesThe Feral Den is a dirty place, and none are dirtier than the Rotten Rodents! An expansion team for the Furry Fury, these wrestlers bring a whole lot to your games. Utilising a unique mechanic, the Rotten Rodents rely on Poison Tokens to do their dirty work. Each uses them in a different way, and they just make the ring a particularly hazardous place for your opponent! The Ralchemist throws Poison Bombs around the arena, spreading the plague with every single one of her skills! A Dusk Runner is another WEIGHT 1 wrestler, and is possibly the fastest wrestler in the game. He uses Poison Tokens to assassinate his foes. The WEIGHT 2 rats don't make Poison Tokens, but instead suck them up! The Mole-Rat Pugilist can carry Poison Tokens around and either use them to replenish 2 Stamina per token, or expel them to hit everyone nearby! Meanwhile the Ring Rat encourages the team's Crowd Pleasers and turns Poison Tokens into re-rolls. The biggest model of the set is the Rodentia Bubonica who spreads Poison as it moves, and increases the damage output of all Poison Tokens while in the ring! It's a hefty wrestler that provides a lot of support and toughness to an otherwise fragile casino. Oh and if that's not enough plague for you, there's also a tiny Sewer Rat who spreads Poison Tokens as well! Cute! Sort of. Contains 6 resin miniatures with 6 clear acrylic bases, 6 character cards, and 6 acrylic tokens. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop GamesCat people are here! The Diamond Oasis is full of cats and mummies; it's a weird place. This team - like the rest of Diamond Oasis - rewards careful and considered play. With three WEIGHT 2 wrestlers, one WEIGHT 3, and a couple of extras, they're a very strange team! The Rostani Voyager and Rostani Thief are your heavy-hitters. One is great at brawling, and one is great at grappling. That's not all though, they both bring unique skills to the ring, from shadowy speed to sharpened claws. The Rostani Charmer isn't quite the powerhouse of the other two, but her subtle method of fighting certainly plays its role. Able to move enemy wrestlers around with an impelling charm, you can get them wherever you want. She - like the other two - is also a cat, which means she's got 5AP and automatically removes Knockdown counters! Your WEIGHT 3 is the Cosmic Cat. A pretty kitty that exists outside of spacetime, this colossal cat brings with it all sorts of weird and wonderful gameplay. From teleporting through the ring to slowing down time for your opponents, this feline is a giant support wrestler. Speaking of support wrestlers, the team also comes with a Catswort Burner and a Magic Carpet. The burner gives bonuses to ATT when nearby, and the Magic Carpet transports your Rostani around the ring. If you're lucky, you can even Rug Burn your opponents. Contains 6 resin miniatures with 6 clear acrylic bases, and 6 character cards. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop GamesThe Headliners are the best of the best. Almost every Kaiser's Palace Superstar served in this team before going onto superstardom. Although they're excellent on their own, the Headliners make an excellent add-on to the Heavy Pounders. With five unique wrestlers, each brings something slightly different to your games of RUMBLESLAM. If you're looking to expand your Kaiser's Palace collection, this is the perfect set! A Halfling High Flyer does exactly what you'd expect: fly high. Pretty useless on the ground, this fellow has a couple of different turnbuckle abilities to choose from, and can boost up each turnbuckle attack with extra AP for extra range and damage! On the less fantastical end of the spectrum is the Lucky Winner. This kid won a competition to appear alongside his heroes, and he's taking it seriously! Unfortunately, he's an untrained kid, so is basically just the worst wrestler in the game. But your opponents should be wary to attack him, lest they bring in the ire of the refs. You can't punch a kid! In the medium-weight category you have a Charging Blocker and Martial Artist. The Charging Blocker is excellent at rope attacks, using his momentum to send the target flying. The less distance he moves, the more stored momentum gets turned into Shove power! Meanwhile the Martial Artist is a bit more sedentary, preferring to showcase his pure skill. With +1s all over the place, he's excellent at knocking enemies down with superior wrestling moves. If you want heavy weights, few come heavier than the Ogre Flattener. Although not quite as fast as his Heavy Pounder counter-part, this big guy can boost up his WEIGHT to 4, and re-rolls dice when Pinning opponents. He really likes flattening (the clue is in the name)! Contains 5 resin miniatures with 5 clear acrylic bases, and 5 character cards. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
Quickview Rumbleslam, Tabletop GamesA great team in themselves, the Mighty Madcaps make an excellent companion to the Green Bruisers. With five unique wrestlers, each brings something slightly different to your games of RUMBLESLAM. If you're looking to expand your greenskin collection, this is the perfect set! The lightweight category is represented by the Cannonballer, who is excellent at being thrown as live ammunition; and the Sporing Gobloom, who dishes out negative counters all over the place with Debilitating Spores. The Toadstool Peddlar is a bad Orc who loves nothing more than selling performance enhancing mushrooms to boost friendly wrestlers - mushrooms are pretty tricky though, so don't be surprised if something goes wrong! A Juicer is an orc who has taken one too many mushrooms and now the mushroom has taken complete control! It's an angry little mushy who is all about fighting and doesn't care much to defend itself. Finally the set is rounded out with the massive Henchroom (seriously, pictures don't quite capture just how massive this monster is). Excellent at attacking, not so hot at defending, and excellent at shaking spores loose to give bonuses or penalties, depending on the situation. Plus, look at the tiny mushroom finger! WHAT! Contains 5 resin miniatures with 5 clear acrylic bases, and 5 character cards. NB: The clear acrylic bases may have a coloured peelable protective film.
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