View Full Version : What's a good way to look for Inquisitor players?

15-07-2007, 22:35
I was thinking about getting invloved in inquisitor...but would like to join an already established gamimg grp, is there anywebsites or any inquisitor boards that would be a good place to start searching?

15-07-2007, 23:05
The Conclave (http://www.specialist-games.com/inquisitor/forum_b/default.asp) is the best bet.

18-07-2007, 08:07
I reckon your best bet would be your local gaming store.
Jsut ask the people behind the counter, they should be able to point you in the right direction.

It can be hard to find an online community centered close to you.

18-07-2007, 16:27
ALthough, Inquisitor players, like their characters, tend to be secretive, hard-to-find types. The "Index of Where We Live" on the Conclave's Hobby Forum is probably the best place to start.


19-07-2007, 13:14
Well, I'd start by convincing my friends to play. Far less hastle then actually looking for people...

Navis Noble
04-09-2007, 18:09
I think that if one was a GM or wanted to be a GM that would simplify the rules down a little bit it would be easier to get people to play the game.

I think that I may try that.

sagittar slaith
16-02-2008, 10:33
dont make the rules less complicated! that what gives inquisitor its huge deth of detail. play necromunda for more simple rules

17-02-2008, 10:29
personally, i always had the idea that inquisitor could easily be played across online.. kind of like how chess used to be played with co ordinates...

the complexity of the rules would allow for it, and taking an overhead view of the board and then gridding it up per inch would be a cool way to do it..
just a few thoughts :)

sagittar slaith
17-02-2008, 15:29
diagonal movement could be a problem with a grid system