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Chainsaw Warrior Designer Stephen Hand Publisher Games Workshop Players 1 Setup time 5 minutes Playing time 1 to 2 hours Random chance High Chainsaw Warrior (1987) was a one-player board game published by Games Workshop and designed by Stephen Hand. The player has sixty minutes to navigate a labyrinth composed of an abandoned urban slum in New York, represented by 2 decks of cards, locate the entity Darkness attempting to destroy the city and kill it. The slum contains hazards, zombies, mutants and other creatures affected by Darkness, who will attempt to kill the player or slow him down. Failure to kill Darkness, either by running out of time, dying of injuries, or succumbing to zombie venom/radiation poisoning resulted in a loss for the player. The player has several attributes randomised by die roll at the start of the game, which affect hand to hand combat, marksmanship, ability to take damage and reaction time. There are also separate tracks to record the effects of zombie venom and radiation damage. At the start of the game, the player is equipped with a random assortment of weapons and items (which can include the eponymous chainsaw) and a critical item called the Laser Lance, which is the only weapon capable of destroying Darkness.Loss of the Laser Lance or running out of ammunition for it resulted in the player being forced to leave the slums for a replacement, then re-enter after a time penalty. White Dwarf published a number of variant rules (such as being able to gain additional equipment before entering the slums in return for an expenditure of time) and additional weapon and equipment cards. An online version of the game was coded and designed by Peter Duncanson at in 1999. In May 2008 a notice was placed on the site to the effect that Games Workshop was no longer supporting the site, and it was to be closed.[1] The site had league tables and at the time of closure, the all-time top-ranking player was "Qzpmal". References ^ In May 2008, Games Workshop will close down this site and Chainsaw Warrior will no longer be playable online. Although we'll be sad to see the site go, Games Workshop has decided to focus our efforts on our core tabletop wargames and as part of that we've taken the decision to stop supporting this site. Chainsaw Warrior isn't necessarily being retired permanently; although as of this posting Games Workshop has no further plans for the game. We'd like to thank everyone for their support over the years, and we hope you've enjoyed playing as much as we have. Erik Mogensen Licensing and Acquired Rights Manager Games Workshop March 2008 External links Chainsaw Warrior at BoardGameGeek This board game-related article or section is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e