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Re:HeroQuest Maps done in Dwarven Forge

Posted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 12:35 pm
by Crimson_King_of_the_Tower
np and thankd for the wonderful idea i think from now on when i go back and play heroquest with friends im going to use my gametiles instead of the board lol

Re:HeroQuest Maps done in Dwarven Forge

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:09 pm
by Sydcomebak
Thanks, Crimson King. I have been watching the set counts as I build and taking note. It looks like the counts include the freebies included with the stretch goals.

Re:HeroQuest Maps done in Dwarven Forge

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:28 pm
by Crimson_King_of_the_Tower
welcome to the forums and as soon as i heard about the mapmaker tool my immediate thought went to heroquest as well lol and as far as knowing how many sets youll need if you make it on the map maker i BELIEVE the numbers under the pieces you use will tell you how many sets it takes to make what youve done so far and good going on the maps

HeroQuest Maps done in Dwarven Forge

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 4:42 pm
by Sydcomebak
I am looking into the Kickstarter campaign, but I'd like to know how many sets I'd need to buy for the types of games I like to play. My first thought was back to the old HeroQuest game of the early 90s...

So far it looks like 9 sets are needed to make HeroQuest maps. I suspect that it could take a lot less if there were corridor pieces to pick from.

Full board (no doors) ~13 sets

Original Game Quests:
- 01: The Trial
- 02: The Rescue of Sir Ragnar
- 03: Lair of the Orc Warlord
- 04: Prince Magnus' Gold
- 05: Melar's Maze
- 06: Legacy of the Orc Warlord
- 07: The Lost Wizard
- 08: The Fire Mage
- 09: Race Against Time
- 10: Castle of Mystery
- 11: Bastion of Chaos
- 12: Barak Tor - Barrow of the Witch Lord
- 13: Quest for the Spirit Blade
- 14: Return to Barak Tor

(More added as I create them)