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Subject: Using Dwarven Forge terrain to play boardgames? rss

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Thierry Crimlock
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Hi all,

Since recently i'm the proud owner of a few sets of dwarven forge miniature terrain (www.dwarvenforge.com). I use it for my rpg sessions, but i would also like to use it to play boardgames on. (I'm don't always play rpg, i love boardgames to). Does anybody else also do this or has some good suggestions about what games to play?

I was thinking about the following, a cool dungeon crawling game whould be perfect for the terrain. The thing is just that most of those game require a dungeon master, and i also like to play solo/without DM. So i would like to play a dungeon crawler on the terrain without a DM. Maybe one of these games could be used?
- Dungeoneer
- The tomb
- Songs of gold and darkness (the expansion to songs of blades and heroes)

Other games might also be converted. Maybe games like a touch of darkness, cluedo, battlelore, drakan?

I would like to hear what you are thinking and what you suggest using in combination with the terrain (pieces, miniatures, dice and tokens i have plenty... now just a game )

 
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dave boulton
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i woudl think perfect candidates for dwarven forge would be advanced heroquest or warhammer quest

if i had teh money i woudl use it to play a mordheim game set in the dwraven hold of kazak something or otehr which is all set underground in a lost dwarf hold karak azgal
 
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