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The Advanced Fighting Fantasy System
Outline
Function: Campaign
Location: Titan
Publication Details
Author(s): Brett Schofield
Illustrator(s): Russ Nicholson and Brett Schofield
Puffin
N/A
Arion Games
WoFMAFF
Cover illustrator: Martin McKenna
First published: 2014
ISBN: N/A


For other uses of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, see The Warlock of Firetop Mountain

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain - An adventure for Advanced Fighting Fantasy is the conversion of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson) for Advanced Fighting Fantasy. The adaptation was written by Brett Schofield and published by Arion Games in 2014.

CreationEdit

BackgroundEdit

Deep below Firetop Mountain is a dungeon. A very special dungeon.

ContentsEdit

Cover and IllustrationsEdit

Cover

The original cover of the book was designed and illustrated by Martin McKenna. It had originally been used as the cover of the Wizard Books "Series 2" edition of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain.

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain through the years
2014
WoFMAFF
A4 Format
US$19.99

Illustrations

The interior illustrations were by Russ Nicholson and Brett Schofield.

All maps are by Brett Schofield.

Further NotesEdit

  • The book incorporates information and detail from all versions of the story, taking material not only the gamebook, but also from the various video game adaptations and others that can be found listed on the disambiguation page: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain.

DedicationEdit

Many thanks to Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson for writing such a classic gamebook and creating the Fighting Fantasy series that we are all still finding enjoyment in.

Thanks also to Graham Bottley, Alexander Ballingall and Alessandro Viola.

Finally, sincere thanks to my fiancee Jess for supporting me and my crazy geek projects.

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