Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone - par Monster Fight Club - Préco le 16 avril 2024

Monster Fight Club revient avec leur système d’escarmouche utilisé sur leur précédent Cyberpunk Red: Combat Zone, pour adapter cette fois-ci le hit de Netflix Cyberpunk Edgerunners. A noter qu’il y aura au choix, soit des standees acryliques appelées Standupz, ou des figurines 32mm. Aucune date précisée pour le moment. Ni même de plateforme.

In the 2070s, cyber-enhanced Edgerunners ply their trade in the long shadows cast by corporations like Arasaka. Their stories are uncountable, each unique, but somehow all the same. A kid with few prospects, great loss, and the chrome glimmer of hope. Can you lead these Edgerunners to fortune, or will Arasaka see them die legends instead?

Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone is an officially licensed skirmish game bringing the hit CD Projekt Red and Netflix series, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, to your Combat Zone tabletop!

Pour en savoir plus sur le gameplay, les figurines et l'offre de base

It’s never been easier to play tabletop combat!

Combat Zone features the fast-paced [RE]action game engine where players can act and react in organic, free-flowing actions. No rounds, no phases provide a fast and cinematic experience. As your characters take hits and get wounded, their abilities degrade - so strike hard and strike fast!

Combat Zone leaves the traditional rulers and tape measure behind and introduces a new “Limiter” based movement and range system, where your characters’ attacks and movement depend on the quality of their actions. Choose your actions wisely, Green, Yellow, and Red Actions all have different chances to succeed!

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Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone comes with a 22" x 30" game board, incredible 3D Night City ruins terrain, cards, dice, tokens, rulebooks, and acrylic standees. Everything including the standees and terrain are stunning full color allowing you to begin playing your games immediately with a rich, immersive experience!

The game includes two complete gangs: Santo Domingo Edgerunners and Arasaka Corporation with beautifully rendered full-color Standupz™, tokens, limiters, dice, modular terrain, double-sided 22" x 30" game board, character cards, gear, and programs. Both factions have enough gangers to build multiple, diverse rosters so that you can field a different type of force from game to game.

Santo Domingo Edgerunners

It’s about time you chromed up, choom. Whether it’s speed, firepower, or a nova netrunner you’re looking for, this crew’s got it. From the streets of Night City, these legends aren’t afraid to stick it to the corps. Just make sure their eddies are waiting when the job’s done.

Arasaka Corporation

The Arasaka Corporation employs some of the deadliest strike forces the world will ever know. Even their boardroom suits have a few tricks up their sleeves. Atop these hired soldiers and killers stands Adam Smasher. With a cyber-monstrosity like him at your disposal, there’s no Arasaka interest you can’t protect.

Upgrade your Standupz™ to masterfully sculpted 3D miniatures!

Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone includes 24 vibrant, full-color acrylic Standupz™. For the hobbyists and collectors who want to take battles in the combat zone to the next level, we offer a complete range of stunning 3d miniatures. These models are meticulously sculpted to accurately capture each character from the series.

Don’t just stand there, [RE]ACT!

The [RE]action System - An Introduction

​Characters have green, yellow, and red actions. Depending on what color action you’re taking, you’ll roll a different size die or move a different distance. As characters take wounds, their actions turn red - and the red action dice is only six-sided!

​When characters are wounded, they don’t just stand there and take it - they [Re]act! Counterattack, dodge, or use one of their special abilities. You don’t last long in the Combat Zone if you just stand around getting shot!

Characters

Each character in Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone has a character card with their skills, abilities, and gear. Some characters are fearsome fighters, some are technical geniuses, and others are brilliant leaders.

The characters’ cards are the core of the Reaction system: they tell you how many actions that character has available, what their skills are, and what special abilities or gear they have.

The Limiter

Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone uses a unique measuring system: the Limiter. The Limiter is divided into three areas, matching the three colors of the action dice. When you’re taking movement actions, you can move along the color of the action you took. So if you use a valuable green action to move, you’ll be able to sprint much farther across the board than you could with a red action. Flip a GREEN action? Move a GREEN distance! Now that’s moving!

The Limiter is also used to measure the ranges of all your actions and attacks. Each action has a range pictured above the effect: your target must be within that range. Some actions, like firing a sniper rifle or rocket launcher, may require your target to be « beyond the limit » - meaning they can’t be closer than the length of the limiter.

Skills

When a character takes an action, they roll the color die that matches the action they just used: taking a green action? Roll a twelve-sided Green Die. Taking a yellow action? Roll an eight-sided yellow die. The higher your roll, the greater your chance of your action succeeding (plus every roll has a chance of a Critical Success or Failure).

After rolling, they add their skills to their dice rolls. So the higher their skill, the more chance they have of success when taking an action that uses that skill.

When you take Actions, you’re often targeting a rival - and they have something to say about it. You add your Skill to your dice roll, but your target also rolls a die and adds their skill. An Action is successful when your dice roll beats your target’s result. Not all actions are attacks, but successful attacks wound their target, turning one of the target’s actions red.

[RE]actions

But it doesn’t stop there - If your action successfully wounds your target, your target will have a chance to React, if they have any unspent actions. You can react and counterattack, dart away, or use one of their special abilities. If they counterattack, they must target the rival that wounded them. Moving away after being wounded may prevent you from being wounded again before that character can act.

Control of the Battle

At any given time, one player has Control of the battle. The character with Contol of the battle is the one who is currently taking actions with one of their characters. You lose control when your active character runs out of Actions. Characters can try to activate other friendly characters. When your rival has control of the battle, you can attempt to take control with a [RE}action!

This creates fast-paced back and forth gameplay, where control of the game passes back and forth, without getting bogged down in phases, upkeep, and accounting.

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Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone

The Cyberpunk Edgerunners: Combat Zone 2-Player Starter includes everything you need to play your games, including:

  • Combat Zone Rulebook
  • Edgerunners Scenario Book
  • 24 Full-color Acrylic Standees
  • Fold-out 22x30" Gameboard
  • 3D Night City Ruins Terrain
  • Arasaka and Edgerunner Character Cards
  • Program, Gear, and Loot Decks
  • A complete [RE]action token set.
  • 2 sets of [RE]action dice and Limiters.
  • FREE The Moment art print, available only with preorder.

:busts_in_silhouette:: 2-4 joueurs
:alarm_clock:: 45 min
:gear:: mécanique principale


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Je n’ai pas vu la série Edgerunners (bien que l’on me l’ait conseillé plusieurs fois), mais je suis totalement fan de leur mécanique dont je parle plus longuement ici :

Je serai bien évidemment client de la version figurines de ce stand alone.

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drapeau !

Je viens de le voir sur fb. Hâte d’en voir plus :slight_smile:

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Perso la série, j’ai trouvé qu’elle partait bien, mais j’ai finalement pas trop aimé dans son ensemble

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J’ai adoré la série perso du début à la fin !

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Je préfère leur première campagne plus générique mais j’ai tellement aimé la serie que je vais suivre attentivement le lancement de celle-ci…

Vu sur le Discord de MFC et dans leur newsletter ; ce ne sera pas une campagne de financement participatif mais une précommande et elle débutera le 16 avril.

Vu la taille de la boîte, je suis très inquiet pour les FDP, mais la boîte devrait aussi bénéficier d’une sortie chez les distributeurs classiques. En France, Phiphi fait du Combat Zone, donc…

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Suite à un petit échange avec Audrey de chez MFC, début des précos demain (16 avril) et fin des précos (15 mai). Ils ont déjà des accords avec leurs distributeurs en Angleterre. En France, il n’y a que Philibert je crois qui les distribue, du coup j’ai posé la question directement à Phiphi.

Je vous tiens au courant.

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La réponse de Philibert :

A priori, ce sera donc bien disponible chez eux.

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Merci pour l’info ! C’est peut être le set qui va me faire plonger :grimacing:

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Bon, les prix sont tombés et j’avais beau m’y attendre, ça pique un peu :

  • Edition Standard : boîte de base donc avec tout le matériel pour jouer et 24 standees en guise de « figurines » (9 Edgerunners, 15 Team Arasaka) ; 100$

  • Edition Collector : la même mais on remplace les standees par des figurines, et on ajoute quelques cartes (équipements, programmes netrunning, etc.) ; 250$

Je relancerai Phiphi d’ici une dizaine de jours pour avoir une perspective de leur côté avant de passer à la caisse.

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Ha quand même :cold_face:
On est loin du niveau de leur campagne là…
Bien refroidi !

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J’avoue que dans ma tête, je me disais 250$… tout en espérant que ce soit moins.

Outch cheros :confused:

J’avoue que j’espérais mieux… :sweat_smile:

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Après, j’ai cru comprendre que les figurines de la série seront disponibles dans des boîtes de figurines (des boîtes de gang) plus tard. Peut-être que cela vaudrait le coup de prendre la boîte de base, et plus tard les figurines.

Ca risque de revenir plus cher aussi :confused:

Pour ma part, c’est mort! Pour le prix, je préférerais partir sur une corebox de cyberpunk red combat zone et rajouter des gangs.
Bref qui sait peut-etre qu’un jour, ils referont une campagne…

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on attendra les soldes :stuck_out_tongue:

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