Today I want to show my League of Adventurers for Pulp Alley. It was my first league, but creating the characters was a lot of fun. I also enjoyed painting the miniatures. One of the biggest advantages of skirmish games like Pulp Alley is the low number of miniatures required. Because of that, creating leagues goes pretty fast. Due to the pulp setting, you can also use more exotic miniatures and color schemes. In my case, I only had to paint 5 miniatures. So I got a little fancy and made my leader Ryder Nash in two varieties: one with a whip and one with a revolver. Some readers may think of another famous adventurer, but I swear that is totally coincidental.
Leader: Ryder Nash
Sidekick: Raymond “Ray” Marino
Allies: Prof. Witchheimer and Landon Cooper
Character cards for the League of Adventurers
League of Adventurers for Pulp Alley
I hope you like the minis. If you do not know Pulp Alley already, I highly encourage you to download the free quick start rules and give the game a try. You won’t be disappointed! I only played four games until now, but I am totally into it. The idea of including animals in leagues is hilarious. I’d love to hear what you think about Pulp Alley. What are your favorite leagues? Let me know in the comments.
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Yes dog’s or any kind of animals are good fun in PA, one of my own league’s in fact the first one I did has a dog called Mr Smith.
Thanks for your comment Frank. Mr Smith, that’s a cool name for a dog. 🙂