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Telak, god of Courage (from p.45).


Marc Gascoigne (Editor), Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World (Puffin Books, 1986)

Cover IllustratorEdit

Christos Achilleos

Interior IllustratorEdit

Uncredited, therefore one of the following named illustrators of Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World: Steve Luxton, John Blanche, Paul Bonner, Leo Hartas, Bob Harvey, Bill Houston, Alan Langford, Iain McCaig, Russ Nicholson, Will Rees, John Sibbick and Gary Ward.


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current19:08, January 12, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 19:08, January 12, 2008160 × 200 (9 KB)Nedueb (Talk | contribs)==Description== Telak ==Source== Marc Gascoigne (Editor), (1986), ''Titan, The Fighting Fantasy World'' (Puffin Books) ==Illustrator== Uncredited, therefore one of the following named illustrators of Titan, The Fighting Fantasy World:

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