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|Mini Fighting Fantasy Adventures|
|Illustrator(s):||Bob Harvey and John Blanche|
|First published:||June 1985|
|Publication:||Warlock (Issue 5)|
|Previous Mini-FF:||The Dervish Stone|
|Next Mini-FF:||The Dark Chronicles of Anakendis|
- For other uses of Dungeon of Justice, see Dungeon of Justice
Dungeon of Justice is a single-player role-playing mini adventure written by Jonathan Ford, and illustrated by Bob Harvey and John Blanche. It was published in 1985 in Warlock Issue 5 by Puffin Books. It has not been reprinted since.
“ Create your own Adventure and win a first prize of publication and £100! Five runner-up prizes of £20 each are also to be won. Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone have created a world where you can almost believe that dragons breathe fire and fabled treasure can be won. Now Warlock is offering its readers the opportunity to design their own Fighting Fantasy adventures and have them published in a future issue, as well as winning a fantastic prize.
How to Enter
Using the same game system as in The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (see pages 13–15), all you have to do is design an adventure consisting of 200 references. Think of an exciting and original background for the adventure – perhaps a lost city in the jungle or a desert wasteland inhabited by lizards, giant sandworms and nomads. Also think of an objective for the adventurer, perhaps a mission to find somebody or something, or even to slay an evil overlord. Then set the scene in your fantasy world, with plenty of detailed descriptions of the surroundings and inhabitants, trying always to make it sound believable. The judges will be looking for originality in your encounters and inventiveness in the creation of monsters. You should aim to present a real challenge to the adventurer. It might sound simple, but designing an exciting Fighting Fantasy adventure is no easy task.
“ You have been captured by Elves and wrongly accused of murdering the Elf Chief. In order to prove your innocence, you must enter the deadly Dungeon of Justice and emerge with a sacred Golden Idol, hidden somewhere within the underground labyrinth. ”
How to Fight Creatures of the DungeonEdit
- Leather Armour
- 5 Provisions
- Choice of one of three Potions (see Game System for generic fantasy setting choices)
The illustrations were by Bob Harvey and John Blanche. There were 15 full page (or equivalent) illustrations (all by Harvey) and 9 minor repeated illustrations scattered throughout the text (4 by Harvey and 5 by Blanche). The paragraphs with a full page illustration were: Background, 18, 22, 27, 39, 47, 66, 96, 107, 120, 153, 157, 158, 174 and 200.
- Galon - Bird Man
- Giant Spider
- Humans - Light Worshippers/Thief
- Mud Dragons
- "Reflection" (The player fights themselves)
- Translated into Japanese in issue 3 of the Japanese version of Warlock as 運命のダンジョン.
- Translated into Hungarian in issue 1 of Kaland Játék Kockázat as Az ítélet labirintusa.
- Fighting Fantasy at Gamebooks.org - Retrieved 2014-09-29
- Dungeon of Justice at Gamebooks.org - Retrieved 2014-09-29
- Warlock at Gamebooks.org - Retrieved 2014-09-29
- Warlock #5 at Gamebooks.org - Retrieved 2014-09-29