Welcome to HeroScape Wiki
This wiki is about the universe and gameplay of Heroscape, the turn based table top wargame that you create! It is awesome and fun for kids of all ages! Due to frequent vandalism and abuse, only users have permissions to edit. See here how you can contribute
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Dragons. Elves. Secret Agents. Vikings, Samurai, Giants, Wizards, Orcs, and a host of other powerful warriors from history, sci-fi and fantasy. Any of these Heroscape warriors may be summoned to Valhalla by you, to battle your adversaries. Choose them wisely, General - for they must have the power, and you must have the courage, command and strategy, to claim victory!
Aquilla is the new sixth Valkyrie General. Not much is known of her, as she has only just joined the fight during the Swarm of the Marro. Apparently a young priestess in the tribe of the Moon Kyrie, she discovered a wellspring deep in the Ticalla Jungle, she drank from the wellspring, inadvertently becoming the sixth Valkyrie General. Her tribe inhabits the Ticalla Jungle and are attempting to fend off and end the contamination the Marro are causing in the rainforests and swamps. She is currently allied with Jandar, Ullar, Vydar and Einar, against Utgar.(...more)
Heroscape Lead Designer, Craig Van Ness, leaves Hasbro to start a game company!
Craig Van Ness: "After working for Hasbro for 21 years, I left in May of 2016. Since then my brother and I have been busy creating games. It was a hard decision to leave Hasbro. There are so many good people that work there, but I felt it was time. I wanted control over all decisions concerning the games that we create and market."
Users can see and follow the on-going discussion in the Forums page in our Community section!
CURRENT WIKI STATUS
Work continues on correcting any errors of segregation during the post-WoTC inheritance of the franchise. There is no official statement nor written record in the rule system or in any of the content released that the D1-D3 waves was meant to be a part or a separate part of the franchise. For those that believe so, believe in it as a personal opinion and much argument and attacks have ensued as a result.
Offical stance of this wiki as of 08/24/2016
All units released by Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast under the Heroscape franchise are considered 'official' and just as valid as any other figure or set. The Dungeons and Dragons themed sets are considered for all intents purposes to be one and the same. What applies to one, applies to the other."
If you have any questions on how to proceed message Anselm Durante (talk) 21:01, August 26, 2016 (UTC) on talk page. Going ahead and making your own contreversial edits is the fastest way to get yourself blocked.
Any debates on any matters should be retained in the talk pages and forums.
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As the old administrators believed that all D&D units should remain separate from previous Heroscape units due to strong player opinion of such, there are multiple unneeded categories, articles, and statements made of pure opinionated content. If any user gets a chance and wishes to help out, please remove anything of opinionated bias. If you have questions, post the link of the article in question in the forums and I will see what I can do to help discern the opinion from the actual fact of the content of the game.
Info on Editing
Currently in the process of removing Dungeons and Dragons segregation from this site, that will be the main priorty. In a general sense of all edits, go ahead and check if there's a previous article existing before you go ahead and make one. We don't want multiple pages.
Categorize whatever you write or edit. It makes it easier to access and the site more complete in form.
With character articles use the standard character format. The cards can be found on heroscapers.com as the official site is no longer active. For the main information put the character bio and then maybe a strategy or two with that character.
Also, try to keep opinions out of strategy sections, and be sure that you've actually tried out the figure. This is not theoryscape. For example, Deathwalker 7000 may appear to be deadly, but despite the incredibly low odds of failure, it often happens.