Greywolf's Advanced HeroQuest Page
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Greywolf's Advanced HeroQuest Page


Golden Knight Advanced HeroQuest is a fine old game produced once upon a time by Games Workshop, set in the Warhammer Fantasy universe. I had a memorable and long-running campaign nearly a decade ago when I discovered this game, and now and again I've dusted it off for quick pick-up games, convention games, and short-run campaigns. Over time, this has resulted in further refinement of house rules from my original campaign, and I've added variations that are an attempt to "translate" material from other Games Workshop products, such as Warhammer Quest, Warhammer Fantasy Role-Play, and Warhammer Fantasy Battle.

None of this is the least bit official, and I have had no part in the creation of official Games Workshop products. However, I'm a fan of this old game, and can't help but hold out the hope that some day, Games Workshop might revive AHQ in some form (hopefully with better organization to the charts and tables) and release it again. Until that day, here's my attempt to share material I've developed for my own games, for fellow HeroQuesters to make use of.

About the Game What is Advanced HeroQuest?
House Rules My own campaign rules.
Spells Expanded spell lists.
Equipment Weapons, armor and equipment.
Tiles Replacement/expansion floor tiles.
Henchmen Sidekicks and servants.
Heroes Wizards, Warriors and more.
Monsters Monster reference sheets.
Adventures An unfinished adventure section.
Gallery Painted miniatures.
FAQ "Frequently" Asked Questions.

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HeroQuest, Advanced HeroQuest, Warhammer Quest, Warhammer Fantasy Battles and Skaven are trademarks of Games Workshop UK, and their use here does not constitute a challenge to trademark status. This is not an official site, and the contents of this site should not be considered indicative of the quality of Games Workshop products. With the exception of the "Advanced HeroQuest" logo, and except where otherwise noted, all artwork and all articles on this page are (c) by T. Jordan "Greywolf" Peacock, and may not be reproduced without permission.