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While based on the same concept, four heroes venture into a dungeon to fight monsters and gain tresure, this game is considerably different from its Milton Bradley counterpart. The rules are much more complex and detailed. Whith less variety of minatures than the basic set, the game is designed so it can be used with the full range of Games Workshop minatures, so is more expandable the HeroQuest. The game has been out of production since 1992.
The Basic Game
The basic game set was designed by Jervis Johnson and published in 1990
Contents of Box
- 4 plastic hero miniatures (a human wizard, a dwarf with shield, a elf and a human warrior with shield).
- 12 plastic henchmen miniatures complete with shields .
- 20 plastic Skaven miniatures complete with shields.
- 6 plastic doors.
- 64 page illustrated rulebook containing rules for solo play and rules for between 2-5 other players. And a full adventure "The Quest for the Shattered Amulet".
- 4 different treasure maps for use in "The Quest for the Shattered Amulet".
- 4 Pieces of the Shattered Amulet which the adventures gain during "The Quest for the Shattered Amulet".
- 2 twelve sided dice.
- 40 various interlocking floor tiles.
- 36 various counters used during the game.
Terror in The Dark Expansion
The only expansion supplement for Advanced Heroquest was designed by Graeme Davis & Carl Sargent and published in 1991. It contained 5 new floor tiles and a 96 page expanded rulebook with a new quest called "The Quest for the Lichemaster". The expanded rulebook incorportated material from White Dwarf articles in issue 138 and 139.
White Dwarf Magazine
Several articles and adventures were published in White Dwarf between issues 121 and 159
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