Hell on Earth explores a possible future to Deadlands where the heroes lost! The world has been Hell on Earth Reloaded Player's Guide (PDF). Add to cart · $. The end isn't nigh—it's past! Welcome to Hell on Earth Reloaded, the dark future of the strange past of Deadlands. The year is , but the future is not our own. Deadlands, Hell on Earth, the Weird West, the Wasted West, the Way . there are some rule changes between this game and Deadlands Reloaded to reflect the.
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Imagine being able to start up your Hell on Earth campaign as soon as the book releases with potentially dozens of minis to choose from!
This Kickstarter is designed to let you pick and choose any of the stretch goal minis or items you want to add to your pledge. That doesn't even get into some of the Bonus Goals we have planned as well. What are these choices? Just add the amount listed to your pledge and note in the comments what you would like.
If you want to add something else later on, just click to change the pledge and make a note of all of your a la carte items. Now get the cover to the book as an extra fifth print at no additional cost! Scroll down to the bottom of the page to see a preview of the prints. New A La Carte Items! These cards require the Savage Worlds Adventure Deck to be used. Keep these and any other minis protected and organized! The case is 12" tall x 11" wide x 8" deep. It contains five 2 inch tall foam trays.
Each tray can easily hold 24 standard 32mm Heroic scale miniatures. The case also has an internal zipper compartment to hold your dice and books. Cases can also be hooked together 2 or 3 at a time if you have that many miniatures.
The equipment chapter is pretty extensive, including Scrounging rules alongside weapons, armor, equipment, drugs and vehicles complete with list of modifications you can make to vehicles. Harrowed in Deadlands could "Count Coup", stealing abilities from abominations Of course, you can also comeback from the dead as a Harrowed No Man's Land pretty much focuses on the Arcane Backgrounds.
Doomsayers have tried to master the radioactive storm, gaining mutations often favorable , and have a couple of new powers exclusive to them, like Mutate!
The Harrowed section looks a lot like the one from Deadlands Reloaded, but Harrowed are largely the same, so it makes sense. Junkers get access to a huge variety of powers and a free version of the Gadgeteer Edge, with other Edge options including one that gives a bonus on Scavenging rolls. Sykers are the psionicists mentioned above, who have tapped into the power of the Hunting Grounds. They can fry their own brains, but can also get vicious Edges like Overkill that allow them to take on Fatigue in order to ramp up their damage with their powers.
Templars are Knights who have a handful of Powers and some great Edges like Shield of the Saints which prevents supernaturally evil enemies from ganging up on them and Blessing of the Saints which lets them roll a d10 Wild Die if they spend a benny.
The Marshal's Handbook covers Like how spirits can speak through radios, as well as things like the Mutation table, Veteran o' the Wasted West table, Scroungin' tables and so on. Each of the important locations of the Wasted West is covered in this chapter, with relevant encounter types as well as random encounter tables for the regions. For instance, Fort 51 used to be a Fear level 0 in Deadlands You come out of your shelter into the calm, clear daylight, and you think everythings okay.
Thats when the stormcrows hit you. I first saw em after a bad storm in Nebraska. We got caught unawares and took shelter in this small town. Wasnt even a town really more like a collection of shacks that people were staying in. There were about 25 of us. Most managed to make it to shelter, but a few were caught in the open and reaped the whirlwind.
A couple of others picked the wrong buildings to hide in and paid the price. Those lean-tos blew away in the first big gust. The rest of us, we hunkered down and tried to make the best of it. A few hours later, the rain died off and we could hear the storm slowly moving away. The beast was done playing with us.
We gave it another hour or so, then stepped out into the light. We thought wed be safe. It killed six more before someone produced a grounded electrical cable from God knows where.
We threw it head-on into the crow, and that seemed to take the steam out of its stride. It sort of shriveled up after that, like a light-bulb burning out in slow motion. Good riddance, I say. Deal with the Devil Stormcrows at least have the good manners not to make bargains with other people.
That way, you know whos on your side. With other critters, you arent so lucky. You got a lot of weak, spineless people out there, willing to cut a deal with the devil. And let me tell you, theres plenty of devils out there ready to bargain. We were on a convoy out of Junkyard, carrying guns and other essentials west towards the Maze. Three or four of us had been delayed and fell behind the other trucks. We were hurrying to catch up, which meant we werent looking.
These things were smart. They laid a trap for us and waited until it was snapped to move in.
I think the first truck hit a mine of some sort. It went up like a firecracker. Then the crew behind them got out to see what could be done. Thats when they hit us. Came out of the desert in scuttling pairs, throwing metal spears at anything that moved. God, there were a lot of them. Electrical Death The first stormcrow had already gotten there by the time we emerged.
A big glowing ball of lightning, it was, spouting arcs of electricity from every angle. It was tearing into the bodies of the unfortunates who didnt make it, wrapping them in its arcs like a blanket. You could smell the meat burning. When it got done with one, it would drop him and move on to another corpse. It didnt leave much, just a charred skeleton and a few scattered ashes. It was so taken with the goodies it had that it didnt notice us for a bit. When it did, it came right at us, flashing electricity like one of those mad scientist gizmos from last century.
Caught some poor girl by the throat with one of them tentacles and roasted her like a pig. Two others tried to run and it cut them down too. I hear one of thems still alive, but he cant talk any more. The epileptic fits get worse every day. The smartest ones dove back under cover before it noticed them. The rest of us had to Death on Eight Legs They looked like tarantulasbig, mansized spiders with bristling hair and multiple insect eyes.
But they moved upright and their top four limbs could grab thingslike those spears they were throwing. They scuttled across the shifting sands and made these weird hissing noises when they hit us.
Half the guys were down before we knew it; I think the speartips had some kind of poison on them. The other guys fought back, and took a couple down, but it werent any use. Too many of them and too few of us God, it was ugly.
The driver, Stan, and I, we were in the last truck in the line, and got missed in the initial rush.