Thursday, February 12, 2009

Deep beneath Wayne Manor

This one I'm proud of. ..

Heroclix needs some love lately as the company that had the license and was making it got closed, and it's been shopping for a new daddy. My sources tell me prospects actually are good, but in the meantime, players are a little sad.

This should cheer them up!Oh, yeah. As Dick Grayson said, "the cave's not the cave without all the stuff."

Hindering terrain is provided by the three most identifiable trophies (the card, the penny, and the dinosaur), as well as other trophy cases, and an old bat-signal. The Batmobile awaits on an elevated platform, flanked by a bottomless pit; if a figure get knocked into it, it's out of the game!

The Batsub gives some water terrain for a visit from Aquaman and stalgmites/stalactites serves as blocking terrain (one of them is actual a rock arch, and you can walk through it). The giant floor map of Gotham makes me happy, and you can exit via the staircase or Alfred's service elevator. Perhaps a Wayne Manor map should be made to place adjacent, eh?


Anonymous said...

Excellent, just excellent. I really think a "Scipio Map Pack" needs to be an official product for HeroClix.

SallyP said...

I don't even play Heroclix, and I love this. I think it's the shadows of the bats flying that REALLY sets it into the realms of the extraordinary.

Anonymous said...

Once again, I thank the artist for remembering that the giant penny is dated 1947.

Anonymous said...

Hahah, good catch Toyz. I couldn't make out the date myself and was worried someone was slipping.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I KNOW Scip would never forget that! (He has only to check the custom Joe Coyne Heroclix I made for him...)

Anonymous said...

Great work. Simply awesome.