Fan Written Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks
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Publication Details
Author(s): Greg Neill
Illustrator(s): N/A
Cover illustrator: Greg Neill
First published: December 31 2014
Previous Adventure: N/A
Next Adventure: N/A

Festivities of Fury is an amateur Fighting Fantasy adventure by Greg Neill. It was first published online on the last day of 2014 at the Fighting Fantazine Forum.


Now you have a sackful of good presents and a mapped list of the village homes. You have donned the Beard of Judgment which bristles in the presence of naughtiness. You considered armour, but have decided to rely on the scraps of metal sewn into your terrifying blood-red garb. They will suffice to make some blows glance off but not slow you if you need a burst of speed, nor prevent your big fat belly accommodating a few more pies. With your finely balanced elven sword and hand-crafted bow to hand for emergencies, there is but one more thing to do: select a ride.

In Festivities of Fury you play an elf of Nice alignment, filling in for your leader Xander of the Claw. You are to be generous to those of the correct alignment, and deal with others as you see fit.


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

The player must also keep track of the Comfort & Joy points that they have collected for acting according to the spirit of the season.

Main CharactersEdit

  • YOU - an elf, in the guise of Xander of the Claw
  • Rudolf - your reindeer/dragon hybrid steed and companion


  • Icecrak (somewhere in Titan)


  • Aloysius - a child on your route
  • Dassador - a child on your route
  • Enchanter of Naughtiness
  • Esmerelda - a child on your route
  • Grint - a child on your route
  • Manticore
  • Minion of Naughtiness
  • Nog Monster
  • Pine Dryad
  • Snowman

Further NotesEdit

A malfunctioning game mechanic was corrected by Alan Aston.

See AlsoEdit


I found myself chuckling at some of the paragraphs, and I thought I was weird? Not so much holiday gore though as I would want, the pudding part was okay. Overall, a very good mini gamebook. - Tammy Badowski[1]

External LinksEdit


  1. Fantazine Forum - Retrieved 2015-12-31