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Fighting Fantasy: Warlock magazine - Issues 1 - 3

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The Warlock magazine was sadly only a 13 issues publication, and ran from 1984 to 1986. In Japan, where the magazine was widened out and turned into a general RPG magazine it ran for longer. The magazine devoted entirely to the Fighting Fantasy genre was published by Penguin as a quarterly Magazine until after issue 6 when it was taken over by Games Workshop, and became a greater success and much more packed magazine, with a growing and developing variety of items related to the FF game.

The magazine was released in the UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand although it must be said can be a little difficult to locate outside the UK. Within Japan the magazine was eventually discontinued in 1997. There have been a few editors including: Steve Jackson, Marc Gascoigne, & Paul Mason. Issue 13 was sadly the last issue.

Warlock 1 Vol. 1, No. 1 (Quarterly) Issue Contents: (.PDF Download very soon)
Editors - Steve Jackson & Ian Livingstone
Cover Illustrator - Alan Craddock
Interior Illustrator - Various
Setting - Allansia
Date - 1984

  • One Step Beyond - An article on the origins of Fighting Fantasy
  • Map of the Kingdom - The Fighting Fantasy world of Allansia revealed for the first time (Original map that features NW Allansia)
  • Out of the Pit - Vital information about new monsters you may meet.
  • How to Map - Mapping technique for lost adventurers and new Fighting Fantasy Rules.
  • The Warlock of Firetop Mountain: Part One - * A revised version of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain in issue 1 (passages 1-273) and in issue 2 (passages 274-400) with a new large blank Adventure Sheet.
  • Background - Whispers and rumours you hear before you begin your adventure.
  • Warlock Competition - Write your own adventure!

Warlock2 Warlock 2 Vol. 1, No. 2 (Quarterly) Issue Contents: (.PDF Download very soon)
Editors - Steve Jackson & Ian Livingstone
Cover Illustrator - Peter Andrew Jones
Interior Illustrator - Various
Setting - Allansia
Date - 1984

  • Out of the Pit - Vital information about new monsters you may meet.
  • A Warlock Profile No. 1 - An article on artist Peter Andrew Jones.
  • Sam, Cars and the Cuckoo - A Story by Australian writer Garth Nix.
  • The Warlock of Firetop Mountain: Part Two - Mapping technique for lost adventurers and new Fighting Fantasy™ Rules.
  • Caverns of the Snow Witch - * A cut version of the published book with 190 passages and a new large blank Adventure Sheet.
  • Cartoon Competition - Draw your own cartoon!
Warlock 3 Vol. 1, No. 3 (Quarterly) Issue Contents: (.PDF Download very soon)
Editors - Steve Jackson & Ian Livingstone
Cover Illustrator - Peter Andrew Jones
Interior Illustrator - Various
Setting - Allansia
Date - 1984

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  • New Fighting Fantasy News - Vital information about new books.
  • A Introduction to Dungeons & Dragons - An article on Dungeons & Dragons by Mike Brunton.
  • Out of the Pit - Competition winners of new creatures (Featuring a Doom Demon, Shadow Monster & Cave Vampire).
  • Warlock's Quill -A new letters page.
  • The House of Hell - * A cut version including artwork not in the published book: advancing vampire, naked girl tied up on altar covered in blood with devil-worshippers, library with desk, etc.
  • Competition - Another competition
  • Market Mayhem - A Pull out adventure, RPG/board game crossover based in Port Blacksand by Ian Livingstone.
  • Crossword -A new crossword by Martin Codack.

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