Fallout Wasteland Warfare Solo campagin : Lexington

Example of world map based on Fallout 4 Lexington, a rough guide to the campaign journey.

Today I wanted to share what’s been going on with my blogging focus for the last couple of weeks. Since I first started collecting and playing Fallout Wasteland Warfare, I’ve built quite a collection of miniatures for me to start going for solo campaign games.

As you may or may not know I’ve completed my two part Fallout Wasteland Warfare Solo gaming blog posts; War on the Commonwealth. Part 0 acts as a prequel to the series as it establishes the root to upcoming events that I want to focus on in the narrative.

War on the Commonwealth is an alternative timeline set pre-Fallout 4, that combines snippets from the lore surrounding the Minutemen and their role in bringing back civilisation to the East (of Boston). My focus for this series will be set during the events of the Super Mutant Invasion at Dimond City. A monumental mark in Post War Boston history as the Minutemen saved the what would later be the beacon of the Commonwealth.

Part 1 is currently being worked now that I’ve finished the first campaign. As of publishing this blog post I’ve played four games so far, adding new ways to play the game for exciting narrative story. The final game aftermath left me with an interesting point where the story can go anywhere.

If enough people enjoy this kind of blog posting, then this may be a regular blog series. Some will be more text than photography of the game, others will be more photography.

What would you like to see? More narrative story style posts or photography posts? I may do either if I get enough feedback as a greenlight to continue.

Thank you. Until next time,

-Bjorn

4 thoughts on “Fallout Wasteland Warfare Solo campagin : Lexington

  1. I’m with Pete. I like both though I might favor photos more as I think that is what most people want in a written battle report (as strange as that is to say). The pictures you shared this time around are some looking. I really like the terrain you used!

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