RPPR Special: War Game Report – Konflikt 47

We are trying something new here at RPPR! Over the last year, Aaron, Jason, Renee, and I have gotten into a miniatures war game, Konflikt 47. It’s a Weird World War 2 setting, with robots, werewolves, zombies, and teleporting ninjas (kind of). We’ve played multiple games, but I thought it would be an interesting experiment to podcast a full game. So for every turn, every player talked about their armies and their decisions, as well as a pre and post-game commentary. I took some photos to help illustrate what was happening. Keep in mind we played using proxy miniatures for several units AND we have not painted many of the miniatures. If you like this, please let us know and we will record more in the future.

Pics below the fold!

 

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10 Comments

  1. Ohh cool. I’d love to see more photos of your armies 🙂

  2. Great report!

    If you continue with this, I do recommend a video format.

  3. Love it! I do really enjoy the narrative rppr touch with wargames.

    Also if I wanted to send special painted minis how would I go about doing that?

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  5. I thought that was a lot of fun! I like the photos. The little explosion smoke cottton balls are really cool looking. I agree with Bryan, having a little video overview of the battlefield to pan over while you explain the situation could be a nice addition. Glad that good ol’ Hans pulled through again!

  6. So this look super cool wish I could get into this but I am a huge fan, of these types of things. And I am super happy too see the RPPR group get involved into the wargame scene
    Though I think you guys should try too play Iron Kingdoms/Warmachine/Hordes; as its a great rpg and wargame system that is miraculous and amazing.

  7. Surprisingly enjoyable to listen to given the visual nature of war gaming. It was like a mini AP. Very good though and would love to hear more.

    The player make it good. Being on RPPR makes it brilliant. More please!

  8. Oh, and a quick note for Aaron: A British soldier in WWII wouldn’t be sipping some strange American coctail at midday, he’d be sipping a gin & tonic. :p

  9. That was both surprisingly and unsurprisingly entertaining. Surprisingly because it was a minis war game and unsurprisingly because it was the RPPR crew. Tom’s announcer voice near the beginning was delightful, he should call more plays that way.

  10. Late to the party by quite a bit but wanted to circle back after GenCon 2018 and wanted to voice support for more wargame content.

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