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Re: Hirst arts 3D Heroquest board

Postby Anderas » Sunday May 19th, 2019 3:40am

I put a tiny cut of metal wire inside. It's a hell of a work, but it holds ok.


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Re: Hirst arts 3D Heroquest board

Postby Figomurphy » Monday May 20th, 2019 8:14am

Anderas wrote:I put a tiny cut of metal wire inside. It's a hell of a work, but it holds ok.


Good idea. Thanks. Or maybe just replace with metal?


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Re: Hirst arts 3D Heroquest board

Postby IvenBach » Monday May 20th, 2019 9:24pm

Find wire that's the same diameter and break off the plastic, drill a hole in his hand for the wire to go into. That in my opinion is the best long term solution. Trying to keep the plastic from coming off and repairing it is a hard to win battle.


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Re: Hirst arts 3D Heroquest board

Postby Figomurphy » Monday August 19th, 2019 8:36am

We completed The rescue of sir Ragnar yesterday afternoon. My wife and two boys (5&8). The 8 year old lost interested and went to watch a match on TV after 15 minutes. My 5 year old absolutely loved it and his Dwarf (Dwarfy face) was the only character left to bring our Sir Ragnar. My wife was so annoyed when killed by the Fimir in the last room :lol:
To make it more interesting I did a menu of things that can be bought with Gold coins at the end. Icepop=100G Lollipop=50G, this definitely grabbed my 5 year olds attention. All in all it was a great success and I now have two new lovers of the game. If my 8 year old can’t kick it he doesn’t want to play it :lol:
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Re: Hirst arts 3D Heroquest board

Postby Weltenlaeufer » Monday August 19th, 2019 12:57pm

Haha! I love the idea of the menu and that your family got hooked by the game! :) And your board is just BEYOND epic! :)
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