I made the below in around in a weeks time of hobby work. The stuff is quickly build and painted. And there's step-by-steps for most of it here.
As this was the first time playing for me and my opponent, we did a simple scenario. Scattered some supply tokens on the board and let them be worth 10 bs if secured. There was no wandering monsters or dangerous terrain, as I haven't done any of those for the game yet.
My warband in the first game, is my team of peace keepers. Out in the wild on regular patrolling, keeping it safer for everyone. Full blog on these guys here.
Fighting against the law was a band of slavers - out there looking for fresh meat. Brutal guys, earning cash in a brutal way. Also made with the peace keeper rules. Full blog here.
We played on a 3'x4' setup with two giant bombed buildings in the middle. Putting lots of wasteland terrain on the board. Lots of good places to hide and get out of enemies line of fire.
We set up our warbands on the far ends of the tables.
Slavers ready to enter the bombed city in search for potential slaves.
A sacrificial lamb, a slave with bomb collar, is send ahead of the team. No need to take care of those.
A peacekeeper sacrificial lamb, sneaking into the city block.
The main road through the board would be where the two warbands clash.
A slave attacking the leader of the peace keepers. After the leader took a wound, the brutal slave master blew the bomb collar, hoping to take out the peace keeper. Fortunately he survived the blast.
Entering main street, ready to fight the big guy line breaker from the slaver team.
The slaver with the shotgun must be one of my favorite posed models. And it's bad for that sacrificial lamb to be that close to a shotgun blast.
Really liking the bottle cap counters. They're on the large side of counters, but they look cool and fit the Fallout theme.