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Re: Guest Book

Postby ajjohnsen » Wednesday December 11th, 2019 3:00pm

Hello everyone! I received my copy of heroquest for christmas back in 1990/91 or so as a child. My parents recently moved and behind a loose brick I found the treasure of my old heroquest set! Reinvigorated I took it all out to find it mostly complete and began my quest of reintroduction. I of course found out that I wasnt the only one still interested in this game and luckily found this amazing website. Im almost ashamed of how many hours Ive spent here and other places looking to expand on what is already a great game. Keep up the great work everyone, it is much appreciated!
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Re: Guest Book

Postby Weltenlaeufer » Wednesday December 11th, 2019 4:35pm

ajjohnsen wrote:Hello everyone! I received my copy of heroquest for christmas back in 1990/91 or so as a child. My parents recently moved and behind a loose brick I found the treasure of my old heroquest set! Reinvigorated I took it all out to find it mostly complete and began my quest of reintroduction. I of course found out that I wasnt the only one still interested in this game and luckily found this amazing website. Im almost ashamed of how many hours Ive spent here and other places looking to expand on what is already a great game. Keep up the great work everyone, it is much appreciated!


Woohoo!!! What an epic find!! :D :D Welcome to the Inn and have fun getting back into this great game! :)


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Re: Guest Book

Postby runnar » Saturday January 11th, 2020 4:37pm

Hello Questers!

I'm a member for some years now, but never posted anything here. I'm Brazilian, a lover of the HeroQuest game, and hope that I can exchange experiences and collaborate with the Inn's community!
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Re: Guest Book

Postby runnar » Saturday January 11th, 2020 4:38pm

ajjohnsen wrote:Hello everyone! I received my copy of heroquest for christmas back in 1990/91 or so as a child. My parents recently moved and behind a loose brick I found the treasure of my old heroquest set! Reinvigorated I took it all out to find it mostly complete and began my quest of reintroduction. I of course found out that I wasnt the only one still interested in this game and luckily found this amazing website. Im almost ashamed of how many hours Ive spent here and other places looking to expand on what is already a great game. Keep up the great work everyone, it is much appreciated!


Wow! That's an amazing tresure finding!
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Re: Guest Book

Postby Toxic » Thursday January 23rd, 2020 4:48am

Hello just bought a North american version. Looking for additional quest etc. The site seems full of good stuff! Its so cool to see that this game still has a community. Look forward to checking out and playing some of the community quest. Thanks for keeping my childhood memories alive!
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Re: Guest Book

Postby zstu1979 » Friday May 22nd, 2020 8:25pm

Hi,
I originally got into HeroQuest in the early 90's after seeing the TV Advertisement which had me hooked but fell away from the game after a number of years and even sold the game (mistake!!). I have obtained a decent complete copy of the game via eBay with unpainted miniatures and plan to get my son involved with role playing board games and I believe that HeroQuest will allow me to achieve that. I have also started work on a slightly bigger version of the board with 30x30mm squares with cardboard / plastic laminated walls to help bring the board to life so depending on how far I get I may even post some pics here. I luckily stumbled upon this forum and was delighted to see the hard work that people have went to to keep the game alive over the years so hopefully I can help do that too.
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Re: Guest Book

Postby WarriorPrincess » Monday June 1st, 2020 9:26pm

Hello!!

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I have been trolling this site for a bit now as well, and finally signed up. I want access to some of those quest books. This website is a dream come true! Long Live Heroquest! :gargoyle:
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Re: Guest Book

Postby Pictsy » Sunday June 28th, 2020 6:24am

Hi folks,

I really wanted to play HeroQuest, but copies on eBay are too expensive. So I've been making my own copy with original paper minis, papercraft furniture, tile sets and cards. The project is almost complete and this site has been a indispensable resource in getting this done. So thanks :)
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