Mean Streets Game Reports


Big Beat-downs on the Mean Streets of Cincycon 2021!

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Although a death in the family prevented me from running my Mean Streets game at Advance the Colors 2021, I was about to host two runnings at CincyCon 2021 a few weeks later. In both cases, more players showed up with tickets than I had slots, but I was able to squeeze them in. Read the full report here on my Lead Legionaries blog.

Mean Streets is Back at Drums at the Rapids 2021!

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Finally, Covid lets up enough for us to run games at a convention, again. We journedy to Drums at the Rapids 2021 at Fort Meigs, Perrysburg, OH. We ran two games of Mean Streets with a reduced load of four players each time. Read the full report on the author’s Lead Legionaries blog here.

Mean Streets a Success at Cincycon 2020!

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The rules author ran two games of Mean Streets at CincyCon 2020 with a full table of six players each time. Everyone picked up the rules quickly, and had a great time. Read the full report here on the author’s Lead Legionaries blog.


Mean Streets Mission Testing

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The rules author ran a pair of games with his regular Sunday evening gaming group to test out some of the Primary and Secondary missions that will appear in the rules. As always, the intensity of the action can vary depending on the players. It was bitter and hard-fought on one table, and more strategic and tactical on the other. Read the full report here on the author’s Lead Legionaries blog.


Testing Mean Streets with Fewer Players 

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With previous playtests being larger games with lots of players, it was time to try the Mean Streets rules out with a smaller crowd. Four players rumbled on omy 28mm city streets and had a fun time doing it. Read the full report here on the author’s Lead Legionaries blog.


The very first playtest of the Mean Streets rules

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So, this was our very first playtest of the full-blown, Mean Streets rules. The combat concepts had been proven workable at a number of public events. Now, it was time to put it all together and on the tabletop for the first time. Read the full report here on the author’s Lead Legionaries blog.

 

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