BrickQuest is a fun and addictive LEGO fantasy boardgame created by Peter Guenther. Thank you, Peter, for giving us new ways to play with our LEGO!
The main rules are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Questions or Comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
From Peter’s website:
BrickQuest is a game of small-scale fantasy combat similar to HeroQuest, Warhammer Quest, or MageKnight Dungeons. It requires at least two players to play and can be played easily by four to six players.
One player takes on the role of the BrickMaster. His job is to create, using construction blocks, a variety of dungeon rooms in which the game will take place, and creatures to inhabit them. Ideally these rooms will be modular so they can be added to the table one at a time as players enter them or get sight of them.
The remaining players will play heroic characters who enter the dungeon in pursuit of gold and glory.
Since BrickQuest is a boardgame, it uses a higher level of abstraction than roleplaying games. Rather than trying to capture all the nuances of fantasy combat, it uses simplified rules for quick and balanced play.
As the Vancouver LEGO Club (VLC) played BrickQuest, the BrickMaster and players developed a camaraderie that spawned a deeper role-playing game (RPG) style that carried over from game session to session. A desire for more than a “one-off” game was born, and an expansion of the core game was undertaken.
These rules are in a constant state of refinement and much thanks goes out to the VLC BrickQuest addicts.
BrickQuest Adventurer rules & site contents are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada, in keeping with Peter’s USA CCA.
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