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The basic idea of Heroquest is that you control a pre-built party of stock fantasy characters (Barbarian, Dwarf, Elf and Wizard) running through pre-made or custom-made modules on a board.  It is, in essence, an extremely stripped down version of DnD made to be as simple as possible while still providing a dungeon-crawling experience.
 
The basic idea of Heroquest is that you control a pre-built party of stock fantasy characters (Barbarian, Dwarf, Elf and Wizard) running through pre-made or custom-made modules on a board.  It is, in essence, an extremely stripped down version of DnD made to be as simple as possible while still providing a dungeon-crawling experience.
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Comes with awesome 25mm dungeon furniture.
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[[category:Board Games]]
 
[[category:Board Games]]

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HeroQuest is a simple board game with two rules:

  • Everyone wants to be the barbarian.
  • No one wants to be the wizard.

The basic idea of Heroquest is that you control a pre-built party of stock fantasy characters (Barbarian, Dwarf, Elf and Wizard) running through pre-made or custom-made modules on a board. It is, in essence, an extremely stripped down version of DnD made to be as simple as possible while still providing a dungeon-crawling experience.

Comes with awesome 25mm dungeon furniture.