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You did your homework.  You knew all the possible problems.  Every detail was worked out every contingency checked.  Prehistorik Parc would be an unstoppable success.  No foul ups.  No problems.  No planning for ... zombies

Zombiesaurus Rex vs. Tricerinator is a scifi zombie horror supplement for Quick Intermediate Level Skirmish, our free rule set, that pits a plucky band of 28mm heroes and their minions against an island full of zombified dinosaurs.  Their only hope is to convert an animatronic triceratops from the park into a zombidino terminator.

As much fun eating as being eaten, the story arc has a base plot, but enough variants to play and replay and replay again.

The booklet contains:

  • Five vignettes with tons of variants to play in the story or as one-off games
  • Seven hero and minion types and twelve monsters
  • Eleven pages of flats to get you started playing right away
  • Hints and direction for recasting the game in a system other than QILS
  • The absolutely most ridiculous cast of characters ever!

In the words of Otto von Todesser, "... what could go wrong?"

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    February 01, 2013
    This title was added to our catalog on February 01, 2013.