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The Salamonis Gazette Issue 1
|Location:||Titan and various|
|Editor(s)-in-Chief:|| Steve Jackson &|
|Editor(s):|| David Holt|
Simon Flynn (Icon Editor)
|Interior Illustrator(s):||John Blanche, Mel Grant, Kevin Jenkins, Alan Langford, Martin McKenna, Russ Nicholson, Tim Sell, John Sibbick|
|Cover illustrator:||Martin McKenna|
The Salamonis Gazette Issue 1 was the first issue of a set-to-be on-going web-based magazine dedicated to Fighting Fantasy, although only part of a second issue has ever surfaced since the publication of this issue. It was published in 2003 and was 70 pages in length.
Fighting Fantasy NewsEdit
The news section covers the forthcoming arrival of four boxsets, the Fighting Fantasy Calender 2004, the television ad campaign and the status of the newly launched Fightingfantasygamebooks.com website.
Yaztromo's Scrolls RevealedEdit
Exclusive Interviews RevealedEdit
The Warlock's QuillEdit
"Letters" here cover Clash of the Princes, the lack of "Special Edition" for the reprint of Armies of Death, the possibility of "new" gamebook titles as opposed to reprints, and the lack of an interview with John Blanche on the website.
How to MapEdit
This was a brief section providing mapping techniques when playing the gamebooks and is reprinted from Warlock issue 1.
Out of the Pit - FF MonstersEdit
Explains the system used to profile the various monsters.
Warlock of Firetop MountainEdit
The history of the mountain and surrounding area are explored, followed by an 'Out of the Pit' examination of the all the creatures encountered in the gamebook.
A word search containing 35 words.
Other Wizard Developments ...Edit
- Page 23 advertises the forthcoming Wizard reprint of Return to Firetop Mountain.
- Page 32 advertises the forthcoming Wizard reprint of Island of the Lizard King.
- The back cover itself was an advert for some of the already available reprinted titles.