Post by BilliamBabble Inked Adventures on Dec 19, 2010 8:44:20 GMT -9
This may have already been posted but I was just chatting to someone on email who was short of HeroQuest furniture (prompted by my own experiments into box-style scenery)
Furniture and scenery in the HeroQuest game consisted of doors, shelves, chests, fireplaces and torture racks.
Being a Warhammer Quest kind of guy - I am less familiar with these "searchable" luxuries.
Now, I don't know whether or not 0one's Venture board game is an HQ clone, but the printable scenery looks very similar, and this expansion pack could also a real boost to a starting DM playing DnD/any FRPG.
Post by BilliamBabble Inked Adventures on Dec 20, 2010 4:16:35 GMT -9
Looking at the original HQ scenery, I'm really drawn to the weapons rack (nothing similar appears to be in the Venture set) I've tried to draw a few from above, but they are quite a challenge, perspective wise.
Post by nikloveland on Oct 24, 2011 7:01:36 GMT -9
Sorry about resurrecting a super old thread but what's the verdict on this game? I ran across it in my web surfing and thought it looked interesting. Low and behold it has been mentioned already on the forum. Has anyone played it yet?
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