Thanks for the kind words! Our campaign got disrupted by COVID so I kind of shifted away from Necromunda for a while due to lack of options (I still painted quite a bit and dreamed of the day when the Necromunda dice would roll like thunder across my gaming table, of course!).
But, then a few of us were vaccinated enough to be able to get back together for a smaller 4 person mini-campaign late last year.
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It inspired me to revisit the material; in addition to various updates to the pre-existing content, I wrote up two more campaign styles Free-for-all and Bracket Busters. Free-for-all is basically "skirmish plus" and lends itself to multiplayer scenarios and thus all of the battles in our Free-for-all campaign have been 3 or 4 player affairs which have allowed us to maximize or limited gaming time and has helped make up for having a necessarily smaller group due to quarantine. Bracket Busters is meant to be a bracketed tournament style set up, using a single elaborate "Tourney" scenario for all battles which is intended to provide various tactical and strategic challenges that allows every type of gang an opportunity to utilize whatever they are optimized at for at least part of the map.
They might be worth checking out, and also some other new content is available as well including a few new gang list writeup re-expressed in our house-ruled model...
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