Getting back into Heroscape recently, and purchased some of the MTG:AOTP map tiles to use as a ground level. Any tips on custom cheap terrain, or similar advice?
Dont even remember the last heroscape thread. Last i heard of any heroscape at all was people reviewing MTG:AOTP actually... of which the major complaint was lack of tiles provided.
I played for the first time with a buddy the other day.
Good beer and pretzels game.
Yeah those expansions you have are not cheap now, I'm trying to find alternatives/hacks and homebrews of creating some trees at least. I don't know how I can do castle expansion stuff.
Michaels or walmart. Christmas village clearance. Picked up a lot this season.
>played the fuck out of heroscape
>alot of my tiles don't even fit together properly anymore
>most of my figurines are falling apart, not from neglect, but because i've used the game so fucking my they eventually just kind of fell apart
>plastic of the figurines is too soft to glue anything back together
>still use the surviving figures and the tiles for D&D because they're literally the greatest hex tiles on the fucking planet
I only own the original game and the road/bridge expansion, plus a few figurine packs. This shit is rare as hell, and expensive as hell when I find it and disappears almost as quickly.
I want this game to come back
We are using the magic tiles and buildinh around them now. And making an urban area with wall hexes. You can find lots for reasonable ammounts on ebay. Or buy singles from auggies. Figs can be glued. I cut pieces up to make customs
In a way it did. "Magic the Gathering: Arena of the planeswalker" owns heroscape and they used the exact system in that game. They aren't doing the 3D terrain though, so it was a bit of a let down. Only one expansion has come out and people seem to think it's not being supported and doomed.