My first stab at making a two-tier HeroClix board

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  • Before I wrap up, lemme link over to my buddy Splith’s Flickr account where he’s posted some I put together for him. It follows the customizable mix-and-match tile system from my first HeroClix board and is built at the 1” x 1” D&D Miniatures scale. He even put together . Madness!

    Before I wrap up, lemme link over to my buddy Splith’s Flickr account where he’s posted some I put together for him. It follows the customizable mix-and-match tile system from my first HeroClix board and is built at the 1” x 1” D&D Miniatures scale. He even put together . Madness!

  • So, well, that’s the map. Out of all the HeroClix boards I’ve built, this one offers the best replay value. Heck, setting up the map is a game unto itself. That said, there’s still room for improvement. The one design element I kept coming back to is how thick I made the tiles. For storage reasons, each section of the board is made from five sheets of stacked foam core. That’s thick enough to keep the tiles from warping under all the glue and paint, but thin enough so they don’t eat up too much room in storage.

    Before I wrap up, lemme link over to my buddy Splith’s Flickr account where he’s posted some I put together for him. It follows the customizable mix-and-match tile system from my first HeroClix board and is built at the 1” x 1” D&D Miniatures scale. He even put together . Madness!

  • And, well, that’s the poop. This was my second stab at a Heroclix board. Some improvements over , other elements–like the static terrain items–I’m not thrilled with. Regardless, lots of good memories on this sucker, especially maneuvering forgotten figures through the sewer and popping up through a manhole to JUMANJI!, catch an enemy unawares. This map led me to build a second two-tier map, one with an interconnected series of underground levels (caverns, sewers, fallout shelter, etc.). You can check that sucker out .

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I think it’d be interesting playing HeroClix with Alan Moore…if you lose, you at least get to say you lost to Alan Moore. If you win, Alan Moore would cast a spell, shrink you down and trap you on the HeroClix board. Then he’d pull a spider out of his beard and make you fight it. Either way, you’d have an interesting story to tell.