Kingdom Death: Monster is a fully cooperative tabletop hobby game experience. Unite to survive by hunting monsters and collectively guiding the development of your settlement through a 25-year, self-running campaign. Every choice—from each showdown space moved, each desperately crafted piece of gear, to what Principles your settlement upholds—can have lasting impact on this highly replayable and challenging game experience.
Embark alone or with up to 4 friends (6 with game variant) on a 25-lantern-year campaign, with each year consisting of a cycle of hunt, showdown, and settlement phases. With so much emphasis on player choice, no two campaign runs will be alike.
Monster AI System
Each of the 7 monsters included are controlled by their own pair of decks that scale to 3 levels of difficulty (except for the final encounter, which has only 1 level and it's HARD!). Every encounter, even with the same monster, is highly variable and no two showdowns will resolve the same way. Players will have to plan their gear and keep their minds sharp to prevail.
In Kingdom Death: Monster, survivors will craft gear from resources earned from defeating monsters or found on their hunt. Each survivor has a gear grid and can slot up to 9 pieces of gear at a time. Gear selection and arrangement is critical, as many gear of colored affinity boxes, that provided bonuses and activate special rules when aligned correctly.
Story Event System
40+ Story Events, many affected by the innovations and choices you've made as a group during your settlement phase, will guide your campaign to its conclusion. Story Events cover everything from setting up and fighting a monster to key events that happen within the overall story. Some are triggered directly from the timeline and others from choices you make in game.
A sheet for tracking innovations. I found that the hardest part to having multiple settlements was having to rebuild innovation decks when swapping. We've been using these to randomize (d20, etc.) between available innovations so we don't need to make decks any more.
EDIT: Oh, I guess I should mention- as this isn't a generic sheet, there'll be light spoilers hers, insofar as names, tech trees, etc.
I shared these with Reddit yesterday and thought it'd be a good idea to do the same here.
As the title states, I've been gathering multiple sources of inspiration [you guys have a lot of great ideas] and making a few additions of my own to create thoughtfully laid out record sheets. Although I think the standard sheets are a great start, I wanted a unified design and system that was a bit harder working and with a bit more space to write-in various pieces of information.
The Character Sheet has been designed to work as a one-up full-page or printed front-to-back and cut in half. Player's choice. The Character Sheet will also work standalone without the right-half [or backside depending on how you choose to view it] if you're not into all the extra jazz.
The Resource Sheet has...
A basic settlement manager I made. Feel free to leave comments and please PM me if you find any bugs.
Fixed an issue with disorder 1 not saving and having the character sheet not remember "Can't use Fighting Arts"
11x17 Alternate Hunt track and Showdown Boards.
These have been reconfigured to provide more reference information that should come in handy during play so you're not referencing (and slowly destroying) your rule book every time. The Hunt track includes information for placement of the Hunt Event cards and monster figs, while the Showdown board includes condensed Brain Trauma/Severe Injury tables. In addition, the slightly smaller size makes these a bit more convenient to use and you could probably even print these double-sided.
The Hunt track comes with two versions, one for the Core Game and one that will be updated when the Wave 3 expansions are released.
Unofficial Gear Grid for printing at The Game Crafter on a 16"x16" Board. This is a quick fix for players who want a more stable gear grid than the card version in the game, or wold like to add another 2 Gear grids for 6 Players. https://www.thegamecrafter.com/publish/product/SquareBoard
File has a built in 1/8" Bleed and trim size of 16" x 16"