Wargaming Forum and Wargamer Forums - Reply to Topic
Other Systems For the discussion of non GW games such as Malifaux, Dystopian Wars, Flames of War, AT43 and Secrets of the Third Reich.

Thread: Warzone and Chronopia Reply to Thread
Send Trackbacks to (Separate multiple URLs with spaces) :
Post Icons
You may choose an icon for your message from the following list:

Register Now

In order to be able to post messages on the Wargaming Forum and Wargamer Forums forums, you must first register.
Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.

User Name:
Please enter a password for your user account. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.


Confirm Password:
Email Address
Please enter a valid email address for yourself.

Email Address:


  Additional Options
Miscellaneous Options

  Topic Review (Newest First)
07-02-11 04:12 PM
manic _miner I loved Chronopia and have most if not allof the miniatures released.Had quite a few of the Warzone miniatures too.
When I started Four A miniatures I had the idea of doing some proxy miniatures to fill gaps in the ranges which were not produced.So far there are several dwarves released to supplement the Wolf Clan.More to follow later on in the year.
05-13-11 07:14 AM
chromedog It was 1st ed warzone.
Club I played at used to play it.

Minis were cheap enough and not especially horrible ( :D ).

Club closed down and I moved away, so I stopped playing the game.

If I had a group that played within 90 minutes travel, I'd be there.
04-04-11 06:06 PM
Kreuger I own rules for later editions, but only played them once. I played 1st ed a lot though. We had a pretty lively group of players when warzone came out. It helped that we were so close to the USA HQ and the owner of the flgs was fairly close with a bunch of their reps and honchos.

How did you like those armies Moo?

I always liked Bauhaus, but I felt like Cybertronic was a little over armored. Not overpowered but points/effectiveness a bit above average.

I mostly played Dark Legion, which had some straight up Overpowered units. Though after a few games with an unpleasant number of Nazgaroths on my side, I decided to change my list to be more fun for my opponents. From that point out I ran an army that was a Razide with Nazgaroth, and 3 units of Undead Legionnaires lead by NecroMutants. It was so much fun.

I really enjoyed how the game was divided over units actions, as opposed to more static turns. It mean less snoozing while the enemy army moved, or waiting while they rolled oodles of dice.

04-01-11 07:03 PM
moo I love the game system and the fluff for both games, but i sold all my chronopia stuff other than the books. I still keep a large force of bauhaus and cybertronics. I've always liked some of their models but generally speaking they were quite far behind the quality of GW and PP. Still as rules sets go this was one of the quickest, indepth and fun game systems ever.

I've seen so many funny things on the battlefield like a GT offroad smashing through mishima kamikaze warheads and still somehow surviving all the way through or a cybertronics eradicator deathdroid have so much issue trying to kill one bloody bauhaus trooper. ^^ ah brings back memories, i've actually only ever played 1st edition rules so i don't know about the later ones.
04-01-11 06:10 PM
Kreuger Oh, right on! I got into it, but very few others in my area did.

The only mini from Chronopia I'd really be after at this point is a Stygian Sister's of Tiamat. If they have one of those I'd be interested.

03-25-11 11:48 PM
Firefighter X People remember these systems? I never really fancied Warzone but Chronopia was the shit! I've never seen so many 20's rolled in my life. I LOVED that game [ until it dried up here at my FLGS ]. If I'm not mistaken there are still some blisters and boxes collecting dust on the shelves. If anyone is interested in them, let me know. I'l linventory what he has and post a list here if you guys are in the market, as it were.

I got in at release of American 1st edition [ technically 2nd edition ] in 2002. I've got a MASSIVE Obsidian Serpent Army that's been collecting dust in my closet for the better part of 8-9 years, more's the pity. I wish there were more people that played. I'd love to dust them off and get stuck in again.

When I say a massive army, I mean it.

Here's what I remember having;

Female Black Lotus Eater [ Red Lotus Eater conversion ]
Male Black Lotus Eater [ Silver Lotus Eater conversion ]
2 Adamantine Golemns
4 Obsidian Guard
Dragonbane Warkiller
Flying Dragonbane Rider
1 full unit of Militia
2 full units of Axemen
2 full units of Archers
4 full units of Dragon Clan Slaves
1 full unit of DragonSkull Warriors [ using Horned Ones Legion minis as proxies ]

I'm glad to see I'm not alone here.

03-24-11 07:30 PM
Kreuger Gotcha.

I have a small Capitol army and a sizable Dark Legion force with troops from all the Apostles, but mostly from Algeroth. I even have pics in my army section - though they're a little blown-out.

The minis aren't too hard to get. There's usually a decent selection on ebay and prince august games is still selling the new blisters.

How early did you guys get into Warzone? 1st edition or one of the two that followed?

03-20-11 08:40 AM
chromedog Have some capital forces. Maybe 20 models.

Mixture of martian stuff and other.

Also a box of Bauhaus jungle commandos with rotary shotguns (and the heavy with a twin rotary).
03-17-11 01:07 AM
rob12763 have capitol and Bauhas liked the rules but it is hard to get figs now.
02-20-11 06:30 PM
Kreuger So I recently noticed that following the dissolution of the publishing
companies who previously made Warzone and Chronopia, the company who
currently continues to sell the miniatures, also provides download links
to the rule books in pdf format. The current producer/seller, is
Prince August.

Its a bit murky who owns what, but it seems like the Mutant Chronicles IP is owned by Paradox Entertainment. However, I'm not sure what that means for all of the tabletop game rules.

Prince August link to these two earlier and later generations of the same site. Chronopiaworld is better laid out, but they both have useful info on the races and the game as a whole.

Prince August also links here. Which houses pdfs of all 3 generations of the warzone rules.

This thread has more than 10 replies. Click here to review the whole thread.

Posting Rules  
You may post new threads
You may post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome