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Role-playing Modules
Outline
Location: Grey Rock, Allansia
References: none
Publication details
Author(s): Graeme Davis
Illustrator(s): Jes Goodwin
Greyrock
First published: September 1986
Publication: Warlock (Issue 12)
Previous Module: The Ring of Seven Terrors
Next Module: The Dreaming Sands
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Published: N/A
Publication: N/A


For other uses of Battle of Grey Rock, see Battle of Grey Rock

Battle of Grey Rock is a multi-player role-playing module written by Graeme Davis and illustrated by Jes Goodwin. It was published in 1986 in Warlock issue 12 by Games Workshop. It has not been reprinted since.

CreationEdit

BackgroundEdit

Grey Rock is a dwarven gold mine hidden away in the Moonstone Hills. The dwarves have lived and mined there for centuries, and it has always been peaceful.

Recently, though, the evil sorcerer Manadrax has learned that there is an incredibly rich deposit of Truestone, an extremely rare mineral which is used in the most ancient and powerful conjurations,hidden deep beneath the mine. If he can only obtain it his powers will be virtually limitless. The dwarves themselves have not discovered the Truestone so far, though they cannot be far away from it. Manadrax plans to enslave them all and force them to mine in search of the mineral for his own evil purposes!
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RulesEdit

The book in general follows the original rules set down in Fighting Fantasy - The Introductory Role-Playing Game.

Unique RulesEdit

Makes use of the mass combat rules as set out in the article "Fields of Battle" in Warlock issue 12.

Equipment ListEdit

No requirements are set out here.

IllustrationsEdit

The illustrations were by Jes Goodwin. There was 5 minor illustrations.

The black and white maps were by Dave Andrews.

Intertextual ReferencesEdit

Main CharactersEdit

LocationsEdit

EncountersEdit

Further NotesEdit

ErrorsEdit

See AlsoEdit

ReviewsEdit

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Warlock Issue 12 - p.8

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