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Dragon Strike Books

Postby Nephew of Mentor » Monday November 12th, 2012 6:06pm

The more I look, the more I realize that gaming companies totally ripped off Heroquest.

Has anyone read these? I'm curious if they have any more illustrations or quests. I might have to buy it before I finish my quests.
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Re: Dragon Strike Books

Postby Nephew of Mentor » Monday November 12th, 2012 8:46pm

I guess the same author also wrote The Warrior's Tale, and two books with Dragon Strike art, and a choose your own adventure type feel called Forest of Darkness, and Dungeon of Fear.

Edit: Also, there's a freaking Marvel comic, and Dragon Magazine also printed a quest.
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