Reviving Heroquest

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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby ClemGrt » Thursday February 14th, 2019 1:53am

Thanks a lor :D
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby Anderas » Thursday February 14th, 2019 2:18am

Wow that treasure chest looks like a lot of work! It's a beauty.
I have, like, thirty chests I don't need if you want two or three...


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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby ClemGrt » Thursday February 14th, 2019 2:56am

Thank you. Strangely enough, the chest looks nice because of a printer issue. I can only print in B&W so i print the model on a brown craft paper and also on a white paper. I use the first for wooden parts and the other for metalic parts.
Thanks for the offer but I guess it won't be worth sending them .
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby ClemGrt » Thursday February 14th, 2019 5:22am

As scheduled, we played two more quest this morning. I figured out it's quite hard to keep young children focused on more than one quest at a time...
The two quests can be found here
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby j_dean80 » Thursday February 14th, 2019 7:58am

ClemGrt wrote:As scheduled, we played two more quest this morning. I figured out it's quite hard to keep young children focused on more than one quest at a time...
The two quests can be found here


My 5 yr old just recently started playing with me and my 10 yr old and I would say 2 Quests is the limit at one sitting. That is even stretching it.
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby ClemGrt » Thursday February 14th, 2019 12:21pm

A new piece of furniture : a homemade weapon rack

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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby ClemGrt » Thursday February 21st, 2019 5:45pm

Some more newpieces of furniture :
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I kept on playing my initiation campaign and it went well. The kids even showed good cooperating behaviours...
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby Jafazo » Thursday February 21st, 2019 7:08pm

You're doing a fantastic job.
Unless you specify your version I'm going by the US rules.
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby Thor-in » Thursday February 21st, 2019 9:17pm

Jafazo wrote:You're doing a fantastic job.


Agreed, but how much is it costing you in ink and paper compared to buying a set on evilbay.
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Re: Reviving Heroquest

Postby Anderas » Friday February 22nd, 2019 2:30am

Thor-in wrote:
Jafazo wrote:You're doing a fantastic job.


Agreed, but how much is it costing you in ink and paper compared to buying a set on evilbay.


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