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Large Heroica Map
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This is the combined map that contains 1 copy of Draida Bay, 2 copies of Nathuz and 2 copies of Fortaan. I've left space on the left for Waldurk... when I find it on offer.



This is just the normal Draida Bay layout. However I've added crabs as level 0 monsters (inflict no damage but still move back 1). Making goblins level 1 and the Goblin General level 2.



As you leave Draida Bay you enter the cave entrance to Nathuz. Bats are level 0, Golems level 1 and Golem Lords are level 2. An enemies strenght is represented by gold studs on their head. If you successfully hit them you receive one of these studs (equal to 1 gold).



The main aim in this level is to get to the island that contains the Sceptre of Summoning (relics are worth 8 gold). To do this you need to find the missing bridge piece. The missing piece can be found by exploring the treasure chests (if you open a chest, you choose an actual lego chest).







To finish the level you must face the monster Boss. Or bypass him by finding the missing piece to the other bridge in a chest.



When you leave the Caverns of Nathuz you can choose to go to Waldurk Forest or to Castle Fortaan. Your way is blocked by a cyclops (as seen at the top). Roll a shield to pass.



Enter castle Fortaan. Explore the treasure chests to find keys,potions and gold. Rats are level 0 monsters, you cannot jump over them, but can pass them if there is space. If you end up adjacent to ANY monster then you must fight.



The royal fountain provides a central focus.



The throne room contains the Helmet of Protection, and two Goblin Kings. Both claim to hold treasure, but only one is the real Goblin King. Goblin Guardians are level 2 and Goblin Kings are level 3.



The Helmet of Protection reduces enemy damage by 1, and also gives you an extra life.




Comments

 I made it 
  February 13, 2012
Quoting Dish McGee Question, how do you play it that some monsters are level one and or two/three? Is that the damage rate at which they hurt you or what?
This is in the original rules. They have different strengths and cause you that amount of damage when they hit you. I just added that they can receive that amount of damage as well, before they die.
 I like it 
  February 12, 2012
It is quite large :) The covered fountain is a very nice touch and I'm surprised I haven't seen more architectural things like that. I'm with you on just buying the extra sets for pieces. Seems cheaper for the common jumper colors and lets Lego know that folks are interested in Heroica so they'll make more! I wish they had sets with more then grey and green color variations though. Tan especially would be nice.
 I like it 
  February 10, 2012
Question, how do you play it that some monsters are level one and or two/three? Is that the damage rate at which they hurt you or what?
 I like it 
  February 10, 2012
Hmmm I guess you are right. The last couple of Heroica games I played where solo or co-op, so in this games it is interesting to make a detour for the treasure chests. If you are indeed racing to the finish to beat the boss monster and the other players then it's understandable you won't stop for chests.
 I made it 
  February 9, 2012
Quoting Yayo . One Question comes to mind, is the ability of the thief not a bit "underpowered" when al enemies give you gold when you defeat them? Also, isn't it to easy for the heroes to buy ALL the weapons when so much gold is available?
It didn't seem to make much difference. We found that you don't often use the powers anyway (which is also something that could do with changing). The changes involved increasing the prices slightly of weapons, and if you die you lose all your gold. At least this gives you the chance to buy weapons. I found while playing a game with normal rules you hardly get any money, as it's not worth wasting time to stop and explore the chests.
 I like it 
  February 9, 2012
One Question comes to mind, is the ability of the thief not a bit "underpowered" when al enemies give you gold when you defeat them? Also, isn't it to easy for the heroes to buy ALL the weapons when so much gold is available? And you are right, buying an additional set is WAY cheaper then buying a lot of parts. Still buying loose parts is a great way to get a lot of rats and Giant Crabs! Still love them ;)
 I made it 
  February 9, 2012
Technically it's 2 and a bit Fortaans. I'd tried to expand the set when I realised it would be easier and cheaper to just buy another one than buying more parts on bricklink! Glad you guys like it. I hope to add Waldurk forest and another Draida bay at some point. To give players an option of leaving Draida via the caves or the forest.
 I like it 
  February 8, 2012
Question is, who is the real Goblin King? ;) Nice map!
 I like it 
  February 8, 2012
2 FORTAANS?! OMG! sweet.... over and all AWESOME!
 
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