Fanhunter: Urban Warfare is a fight between fans of geek culture and the self-proclaimed Pope Alejo, tyrannical dictator and bringer of boredom and apathy. Alejo is on a mission to rid the population of all things cool. No comics, no video games, no board games, no movies. Using tactics learned through all the things they love, fans form The Resistance to resist (obviously, right?) Alejo’s troops, the Fanhunters, who suppress the population, confiscate their stuff, and leave them with constant reruns of Little House on the Prairie on the Pope’s TV channel.
Are you a Fanhunter or part of The Resistance?
Play out the scenarios in this strategy game (with 35 finely detailed miniatures!) and bring the delirium and nonsense of this universe straight to your table.
Fanhunter: Urban Warfare is a a board game with miniatures for two or more players. Players alternate turns in which they move their miniatures on the diferent boards in order to complete any of the pre-designed missions. Each of the players will draw an activation counter from a bag in order to know which side’s turn it is. Then they will be able to activate any of their units or characters. Characters can perform actions, using D6’s in order to determine succes. Players will roll against a threshold number, and each result equal or higher than said threshold will result in a success.
The game includes a complete campaign with eight missions, which offer a narrative experience if played in order. The game also includes rules to design your own adventures, which expands the gaming lifespan of this game.