Gaslands: Rulebook

Gaslands: Rulebook

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Gaslands Review

Shoot, ram, skid, and loot your way through the ruins of civilization with Gaslands, a wargame of car-on-car destruction in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

In Gaslands, players control small fleets of armed vehicles in battles for resources, dominance, and survival. With rules for multiple vehicle types (from motorbikes to big rigs), varied special weapons and accessories (including oil slicks, caltrops, and nitro boosters), and a host of options for scenarios, environmental conditions, crew, and campaigns, players can tailor games to match their own visions for an anarchic future.

In addition to these rules, you will need the following items to play Gaslands:

Toy Cars - A small collection of post-apocalyptic cars, trucks, or buggies in any scale. The rules assume you are using die-cast toy cars, which are roughly 20mm scale.

Dashboards - A Dashboard is a quick reference for your vehicle and used for recording current values for hull points and gears. Dashboards are provided in this book and can be photocopied.

Maneuver Templates - These custom templates are in this book and are used to measure movement and weapons. Photocopy the templates, stick them to some cereal box cardboard, and cut them out with scissors or a craft knife.

Dice - You only need six-sided dice to play Gaslands. Whenever the rules refer to a die, use a D6.

Skid Dice - If you are feeling ambitious, you might want to make some custom skid dice, perhaps by printing the symbols on sticky labels and using blank dice.

Table - You will need a flat surface to play on that is roughly 3' by 3' or larger. A 4' x 4' surface is recommended.

Terrain - Terrain such as obstacles, ares of rough ground, tin shacks, barricades, ramps, oil cans, and road sections will add much to the game, but are not required.

Tokens - At a minimum, you will need a set of matching tokens to represent hazard tokens. You may also find it useful to use tokens to track which vehicle has activated, how much ammo weapons have left, who has pole position, etc. A full selection of tokens and markers are available in these rules.

Bases - You are not required to base your vehicles. Toy cars tend to have a pretty regular footprint, so you shouldn't find too many issues. If you don't use bases, all measurements are from and to the body of the vehicle.



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