I love this game, and I made a ton of custom modules and expansions for it, all included in my Custom Heroquest Trove!
Custom Rules and Mechanics
Revised Armory, US and UK items, plus New Stuff
Revised Spell Cards from Base Game & All Expansions
New Hero Classes: Clerics, Witches, Giants, and More
Epic Homebrew Campaign: The Arden Daredevils
A Lovecraftian Weapon/Monster Mod For ULTIMATE DOOM
It is 1932, and you, Henry Annesly, have just shot your old colleague Crawford in his castle. Now his monstrous servants are enraged, and his resonance engine is splitting the very fabric of the universe, merging the castle with the alien worlds that coexist with the earth! Your only hope now is to shoot your way to the upper levels of the castle and shut down the machine before all existence is reduced to pandemonium!
FEARS is a weapon/monster modification for The Ultimate Doom (NOT Doom 2), and a remake of the Amiga shooter of the same name. Use your flashlight to illuminate the ever-present darkness and blast beings from your worst nightmares.
Play it with these Ultimate Doom wads!
Base Ganymede: Complete
Visions of Eternity
I’ve ended up with a lot of Batman stuff since I started collecting these, and haven’t said much about them.
The oddest part was, I went an awfully long time without a Joker, despite acquiring an original boxed Riddler, buying a sweet custom Batmobile, converting a fist-fighting Robin to a regular Robin, collecting four Batmen of various types and quality, and going through no less than three Penguins, of which I still have two (a nice T2, and a T1 I can’t seem to get rid of).
Joker himself needs a little work done, since the back of his neck hole is chipped and makes his neck a bit unstable. One of these days I’ll re-string him with a fresh torso. He’s all original, I believe, right down to his shoes (I think), and in really nice shape for the price I got him.
I had no intention of buying any custom Megos, until this one kept making rounds on ebay. It was so cool, and so believably authentic, and WGSH is so lacking in supervillains, I just had to grab it — Victor Von Doom!
He’s an amazing piece of work, cobbled together with Mego parts and presumably parts from Marvel Legends toys. He’s very topheavy though, so I had trouble getting him to stand up in or out of the box at first, and I’m afraid to find out the hard way if his head is glued on or not (likely it is, since he has no neck compared to the other dolls.)
He really makes the Fantastic Four set feel more complete, and it’s a shame Mego didn’t produce him in the first place (or more villains in general).
I organized the collection by franchise title. It amazes me that I now have enough Megos to assemble the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Justice League, and Batman without re-using anyone. I’ve also got an impressive set of Spider-Man characters.
After I dunno how many years of keeping my eyes peeled, I finally snagged my Killer Tomato holy grail — the Missing Tomato Link — before someone else did!
Yes, he’s insanely rare. Yes, I opened the package. No, I don’t feel the least bit of shame or guilt. This thing is too awesome to leave sealed in a plastic prison.
He has one of the coolest head sculpts of the toy line, and he’s also one of the ultra-rare “walking” tomatoes with arms and legs. More importantly, he comes with everyone’s Killer Tomatoes waifu, Tara Boumdeay!
He’s actually listed as a good guy, a misunderstood monster of vast intelligence and class. Or something to that effect. Either way, he sure has a thing for Tara. And who wouldn’t, with a butt like that?
He happily joins the Killer Tomatoes collection. Now all I’m missing is Ultimato, the rarest of them all. Even if I never find him, I’m content to finally have Link and Tara at last.