Zombicide Green Horde
Another super-score of 7,8/10 on Boardgamegeek reviews, so get it while it is in stock!
Not a cheap game, so make sure to protect your valuable cards (all 133 of them) with the proper boardgame card sleeves, coincidentally on sale here 🙂 (you need 3 packs, but you’ll thank me later!)
The zombie plague knows no frontier! And now, our old Orc foes have fallen. It’s no longer a matter of us versus them. It’s a matter of life versus death! Orc zombies are now crossing the border, forming a green horde to bring about the end of times!
But their dark masters, the necromancers, forgot something in their evil plan: you! As a group of strong-willed survivors, you’re not the type to run in the face of death. Unite, take arms, and repel the horde with extreme prejudice!
Bring your crossbow, sharpen your best axe, and ready your fiery spells: for the few, the brave, it’s time for…
Zombicide Green Horde is a standalone cooperative boardgame for 1 to 6 players. Form a fantasy team with your friends and harness your survivors’ skills to achieve victory against hordes of infected orcs! The zombies are controlled by the game itself, using simple rules and a deck of cards. Play 10 quests on 10 different maps made with the included modular map tiles, or create your own. Find weapons. Kill zombies. The more zombies you kill, the more skilled you get, and the more zombies appear!
Zombicide Green Horde is a standalone game set in the Zombicide Fantasy world. Players are survivors battling the powerful zombie Orcs in abandoned cities and groves. Hedges and rivers may pose serious threats to anyone wandering recklessly, and your zombie opponents are merciless.
Zombicide Green Horde retains the general Zombicide mechanics, with new weapons, skills, environment features, and even a trebuchet, because there are no things like overkill when zombies are involved!
Zombicide Green Horde is fully compatible with Zombicide Black Plague
Each survivor in Green Horde receives a quality plastic dashboard to keep them organized.
A built-in sliding arrow tracks experience gains, and plastic pegs mark wounds and indicate new skills. Finally, multiple slots hold all your cards, making the inventory system intuitive and structured.
Each Equipment card must be set in the dedicated dashboard slot to be used. Weapons are equipped in hands, the armor is worn on the body, and the rest is set in the backpack for further use.
Thanks to their skills, survivors may prove more efficient with a specific weapon category (melee, ranged, or magic), but in the end, anyone can use any weapon.
In addition to their superior strength, orc zombies use the Horde mechanic: as they spawn across the place, they gradually store a various amount of warriors in a dedicated reserve, and pour them all on the board as soon as a Horde card is revealed. It’s an invasion!
The Green Horde was made of Orcs and Goblins; Orc kept their legendary strength as they became zombies, inflicting more damage than their human counterparts. Goblins may not be as strong, but they run twice as fast and come in packs!
Towering above the horde, the Abomination is impervious to mundane weapons and deals strikes potent enough to ignore all form of armor. The only ways to kill such a boss is either burning it using dragon fire, or dealing hit a heavy boulder hit with the trebuchet.
Pulling the strings in the shadows, the orc necromancers are the most dangerous threat to your survivor. They appear on the board with an additional spawn zone, adding more zombies on the board until you intercept them. No matter the cost, don’t let them escape!
Zombicide Green Horde comes with 72 incredibly detailed miniatures.
Survivors have detachable colored plastic bases to help identify them, matching the color of the pegs on your survivor dashboard.µ
The trebuchet is the sweetest and deadliest addition to the survivor’s arsenal. Coming with its own incredible miniature and dedicated Siege Action rules, this medieval artillery engine may shoot at any zone on the board.
Choose the best ammunition for your designated target: scattershot for small and numerous preys, grapeshot for bigger targets, or a boulder to get rid of an annoying Abomination!
Get the free rulebook here 🙂