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Happy Pi Day!
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HeroClix World Celebrates Pi DayToday is 3-14, and geeks all over the world are celebrating those three magical numbers. Rather than missing out on the action, HeroClix World is right here with you to celebrate Pi.

Yes yes, 3.14 isn't just the ratio of any Euclidean plane circle's circumference to its diameter anymore... it's also a major holiday for  mathematicians everywhere. You might call Pi Day the "anti-valentines day" since women everywhere just won't give a crap about today. Or, as we like to call it, "I still can't find a date day".

To celebrate this awesome holiday, HeroClix World is here to remind you of the best (and arguably worst) invention in the Wizkids lineup... the MageKnight Pie-Dial. Personally, I love it. It adds a great amount of depth to the figures, without the need for Special Powers. Unfortunately it also complicated things quite a bit. A picture is worth a thousand words...

Mage Knight Pie Dial

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Posted by: Hello on 6/9/2021 11:57:25 AM
Wait, can it be? Is Heroclix World coming back to life? It's a freaking MIRACLE!

Posted by: Paladin Ignatius on 3/15/2019 5:44:11 PM
I started playing Mage Knight back in 2002. I moved to other city and never found anyone to play with me. Mage Knight died (and I don't know why). Recently I've started to play Heroclix, and got excited with Mage Knight: Ressurrection, but it didin't looked like was acting good ... =/

Posted by: GuiMaron on 3/18/2016 7:50:09 AM
what does this have to do with pi??

Posted by: Thelonious on 3/15/2012 4:18:32 PM
All this does is act as a reminder of how MageKnight 2.0 was the suicide of the best collectible minis game of all time.

Then again, if MageKnight 1.0 would have never flopped I wouldn't be playing Heroclix, so there's a silver lining I guess

Posted by: Shazbot on 3/14/2012 11:39:29 AM
On the dial shown the character would have +2 to range attacks and would just use the 8 attack for close combat.

Other characters would have a sword or wand. The sword symbol would be for close combact and the wand for magic attacks.

I hope that answers your questions.

Mage Knight's complexity is what attracted me to it. I had started with Heroclix and moved to Mage Knight to get a richer experience. I would hardly say the Pie-Dial is what killed Mage Knight. Remember if it wasn't for the success of Mage Knight we would never have had Heroclixs.

Posted by: ColdSteelKid on 3/15/2011 11:39:30 AM
We actually have a family pie day every year. Potluck dinner where each couple brings a pie for desert, and we have some sort of "Pie" main course. Last year we did a build your own pizza, this year it was chicken pot pie. Next year we're thinking quiche.

Posted by: Puuka on 3/14/2011 2:31:57 PM
I like Pi... and I like Pie!
...but BOY, is that Pie Dial busy!!!

Posted by: MEsch1974 on 3/14/2011 1:41:04 PM