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Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks
Outline
Location: Khul, Titan
References: 400
Publication Details
Author(s): Robin Waterfield
Illustrator(s): Russ Nicholson
Puffin
FF55 Dragon No Foil
Cover illustrator: Terry Oakes
First published: March 3 1994
Number 55
ISBN: ISBN 0-14-036496-X
Previous Book: Legend of Zagor
Next Book: Knights of Doom
Wizard (Series 1)
Wizard (Series 2)


For other uses of Deathmoor, please see Deathmoor

Deathmoor is a single-player role-playing gamebook written by Robin Waterfield, illustrated by Russ Nicholson and originally published in 1994 by Puffin Books. It forms part of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. It is the 55th in the series in the original Puffin series (ISBN 0-14-036496-X). There are currently no announced plans to republish this book as part of the Wizard series.

CreationEdit

BackgroundEdit

Adventurer Needed - Urgently!

An experienced adventurer is desperately needed in the distant city of Arion for a mission of deadly importance - an adventurer like YOU. Telessa, the beautiful Princess Royal, is missing, believed kidnapped. She must be rescued, and she must be rescued fast.

Unfortunately King Jonthane has already given the quest to your deadly rival Fang-zen of Jitar! Can you prove that
you are the one to find the princess, wherever she may be held, before she can be harmed? Hurry, for time is running out!

FIGHTING FANTASY — THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR ADVENTURE GAMEBOOK SERIES
[1]

In this book the player must search for the missing Princess Royal Telessa of Arion in the titular Deathmoor on Khul. The princess has become the victim of Arachnos the "Life-Stealer", an unaging servant of Chaos, and the player must find the way to his hideout and fight his way past various traps, including Arachnos' Half-Giant henchmen Otus, Oman and Ophis.

IntroductionEdit

The book in general follows the original rules set down in The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (see Game System).

Equipment List[2]Edit

Cover and IllustrationsEdit

Main article: Deathmoor (illustrations)

Covers

The original cover of the book was designed and illustrated by Terry Oakes.

Deathmoor through the years
1994
FF55 Dragon No Foil
No Bronze-Foil
£3.991

NOTES

  1. Price of 1st Impression

Illustrations

The interior illustrations were by Russ Nicholson. There were 30 full page illustrations and 6 minor repeated illustrations scattered throughout the text. The paragraphs with a full page illustration were: 1, 14, 28, 42, 55, 69, 83, 97, 111, 125, 139, 153, 167, 181, 195, 206, 220, 233, 247, 261, 275, 289, 303, 321, 335, 347, 361, 376, 388 and 399.

Intertextual ReferencesEdit

Other MediaEdit

Main CharactersEdit

YOU: Hero of Deathmoor

LocationsEdit

EncountersEdit

Further NotesEdit

  • There are two characters the hero can meet in Arion who are plumbers called Oiram and Igiul. If you reverse the names, you get Mario and Luigi, the plumber brothers and heroes of a number of popular Nintendo games.[4]
  • The successful conclusion is not contained in (400).
  • The Kathy in the dedication (see below) would be Kathryn Waterfield, Robin's wife.

ErrorsEdit

DedicationEdit

For Kathy, for fun

See AlsoEdit


ReviewsEdit

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Deathmoor - Back Cover ("Golden Dragon" Edition)
  2. Deathmoor - pp.14-15
  3. Deathmoor - p.13
  4. Internet Archive record of Easter Eggs at AMYLASE - Retrieved 2013-10-02

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