The Hall or Nothing blog page, with board game mods for Dungeons and Dragons, Lord of the Rings, etc, by ninjadorg.
Excellent work! I love the Quest cards for ATOE! Thank again!I would also congratulate you on your Brotherhood of the wolves characters. They are awesome. What miniatures do you use for them? I'm considering using Blue moon miniatures.Is it possible to get some of your images: ATOE red wounds, ATOE parchment you used to make the Quest cards? If you have an illustrator file, that would be great.I would like to make evil elder cards (although my talents are limited).I found this variant on BGG to aid the villain:Sophie the Vixen: Roll a D6 and compare the number to the Honor of the town Elders on the hunting party. If the roll is equal or higher than their honor, that Elder is immediately seduced by her and turns into an Evil Elder.The "Good" Doctor: The heroes cannot use "herbs" during a showdown while the doctor is still alive.Grand Inquisitor: Heroes only hit on a 5 or 6. Never on a 4 or less, and do noy do more than one hit on a 6 while the Grand Inquisitor is alive.The Executioner: Roll for each ally in play, on a 1 or 2 they are discardedLord of Madness: Villain gains +2 Fight Dice - Requires 2 Wounds to be able to kill this Elder.Lady of Darkness: The first wound that the Villain receives each Fight Round is ignored.Here's my E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Boardgamegeek: Emrick09Lastly: What is Fantasy Quest? It looks great!ThanksEric
Cross-posted from BGG:Hello mate, thanks for your interest and kind words!I don't have any special minis for the Brotherhood of the Wolf guys, I just use stand-ins from the actual game. If you see some good ones somewhere I'd love to see the links?I might be able to email you the PSDs for the alternative characters I made, not sure if the files are too large though.I like your Villains variant too, sounds tough!Good spot on the traitor card.Oh, and Fantasy Quest is a game I'm working on that I've scrapped and restarted about five times. I'm trying to create the ultimate fantasy boardgame (no small task) that is close to an RPG but not as involved, with the storytelling of Arabian Nights, the progression of Runebound, the gameplay of Arkham Horror, and all in a nice simple package!Needless to say, it's an ongoing labour of love...;)
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