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Desc:Milton Bradley's D&D knockoff
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:80s, nerd, D&D, hero, quest
Submitted:erratic
Date:04/19/08
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chumbucket - 2008-04-19
the legend died
Chalkdust - 2008-04-19
He-AA-ro Quest!

BRODE-sword!

Fire of ROTH!
Blackbetta - 2008-04-19
I played this once, and that was one time too many. Plus two stars for the cheesy fantasy effects.
a flaming monkey - 2008-04-19
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
yeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!
kingarthur - 2008-04-19
I remember this being a 90s era thing in the US. Dork conversion kit included.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-04-20
I think one of my friends still has his copy lying in some dark, forgotten catacomb of his house.

I wonder if showing this to him will make him want to play it again.
erratic - 2008-04-20
I saw this ad when I was 10 and BEGGED for it for my birthday. I got it...and after 8 hours of setting it up and learning the rules, the gameplay was so tedious that I couldn't take it anymore. we returned it and got...i dunno...battletoads. yeah, that will soothe my memory.
a flaming monkey - 2008-04-20
ah, reading the rulebook was your mistake sonny. I didn't learn to read until I was sixteen so I enjoyed every second of this fabulous diversion. I call upon the power of the cancer sword!!! 300,000 points!!!!!!!!!!

slugpaste - 2008-04-20
This seems to be the same as the U.S. commercial but with different voices dubbed over.
baleen - 2008-04-20

Bet they are beating themselves up over those "magic cards."
coprolalia - 2008-04-20
You mean between raking in the piles of cash from Wizards of the Coast now that they own them?

Also:
AWLL YUSE MY BRODESOORD

baleen - 2008-04-20

Hasbro bought WOTC not MB, and they spent a retarded 325 million on it instead of just hiring some nerds to make up Magic Cards themselves.

coprolalia - 2008-04-20
What? I said they bought WoTC, and Hasbro has owned MB since 1984.

ztc - 2008-04-20
Ooh, the exact moment when Games Workshop decided to use its powers for evil.
dancingshadow - 2008-04-20
I loved this game... had solid parts. Came with a book of pre-arranged dungeons on a continuing arc; or you could make your own. We played it like 6 or 7 times until total dork conversion was achieved.
glasseye - 2008-04-20
I played this game a ton in middle school... it was awesome. I think we mostly made up our own rules too.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2013-12-01
I did the same with the later space hulk themed one. I remember making up my own deeper scenarios / plots and game mechanics, like for instance there was one mission where the space-hulk they were in started disintegrating at the end of the mission and they had to escape.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-04-20
This is more 80's than a room full of headbands and leg warmers.
Smellvin - 2008-04-20
I remember this commercial. My brother had the game, but I don't recall him ever actually playing it.

Also, these assholes made the PC game Hero's Quest change their name to Quest for Glory.
Cleaner82 - 2008-08-11
Really? Those bastard! Oh well, QFG still rules all.

Squeamish - 2008-04-20
Oh my God that's Christopher Lee doing the voice-overs
FABIO - 2011-12-22
D&D would later go on to make Dragon Strike, a knockoff of a knockoff of their product.
Nikon - 2012-12-23
My D&D group bought copies of this to repurpose all the figs that came with the board game.
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