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Zombicide Survivor: Kris

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    Kris - The Repo Man
    "Keep an eye out while I hotwire this '78 Chevy Nova."

    Kris's ability to hotwire any car in under thirty seconds made him a rising star in the automobile recovery field. If you needed a car repossessed, Kris was your man. Unfortunately, the seedy underbelly of the used car business soon intruded. Stopped by the police after repossessing a Lincoln Continental, Kris was unable to explain the dead body in the trunk. Before this unfortunate misunderstanding could be cleared up he found himself in the county pen. Escaping after the first zombie outbreak, Kris's unique automobile retrieval skill-set has made him much in demand amongst the survivors.

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    Additional Info

    Designer N/A
    Mfg Suggested Ages No
    # of Players 1 - 12 Players
    User Suggested # of Players No
    Year Published 2015
    Artist N/A
    User Suggested Ages 13 and up
    Subdomain Thematic Games
    Website No
    Publisher CMON Limited / Guillotine Games
    Playing Time No
    Family Crowdfunding: Kickstarter / Zombicide
    Honors No
    Primary Name Zombicide Survivor: Kris
    Expansion No
    Alternate Names No
    Mechanic Action Point Allowance System / Co-operative Play / Dice Rolling / Hand Management / Modular Board / Variable Player Powers
    Game category Expansion for Base-game / Miniatures / Zombies
    Language Dependence Extensive use of text - massive conversion needed to be playable
    Play time filter No

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