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Warlock Issue 11
Location: Titan and various
Publication details
Editor(s)-in-Chief: Steve Jackson &
Ian Livingstone
Editor(s): Marc Gascoigne (Editor)
Martin Clement (Production Manager)
Alan Merrett (Publications Manager)
Interior Illustrator(s): Not Credited except John Blanche as Art Editor and Charles Elliott for Graphic Design[1]
Cover illustrator: Christos Achilleos
Publisher: Games Workshop
First published: July 1986

Warlock Issue 11 sees Alan Merrett join as Publications Manager as the editorial talks mainly about the Judge Dredd material featured in this issue.


The cover, later titled "Dragon Spell"[2] despite the title of "Titan" on the contents page,[3] would later appear as the cover for Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World and was by Christos Achilleos


Omens and AuguriesEdit

Jamie Thomson continues to supply Fighting Fantasy, gamebook, and RPG news.

Into the UnknownEdit

This article by Graeme Davis gives the means for creating (potentially) endless dungeons for players to roam and loot.

It is illustrated by C.B. Marshall.

The Arcane ArchiveEdit

The reviews section with reviews by Paul Cockburn. Reviewed this issue were:

Paint Yer Dragon!Edit

Rick Priestly looks at the "art" of swapping body parts on miniatures.

Derek the TrollEdit

By Lew Stringer, this issue sees Derek the Troll fall in love with a pretty maid.

The R.A.T.S. Are HereEdit

Main article: Fighting Fantasy Competitions

Word find crossword based on the Zoids toys that were popular at the time.

The Warlock's QuillEdit

This section had letters from readers published and responded to by the editor. Discussed this issue is the absence of "Omens and Auguries" from issue 10, competitions, and fantasy art.

"Out of the Pit"Edit

Another new logo for this section (this time by Will Rees). The four monsters this issue were:

All were illustrated by Darren Chandler.

Tough on the StreetsEdit

Article about Judge Dredd with a caption competition ("Follow the Law").


Robert Neville explains about the Judge Dredd boardgame and RPG.

Shuggy Hall BrawlEdit

A game based on Judge Dredd.

The Land of ChangesEdit

Main article: The Land of Changes

Sequel to The Floating City by Ruth Pracy and illustrated by Pete Martin. The adventure is presented so that is may be played with either Fighting Fantasy or Dungeons & Dragons rules.


See AlsoEdit


  1. Actual artists this issue were: Darren Chandler, C.B. Marshall, Pete Martin, and Will Rees
  2. Dragons & Sea Serpents Posters and Prints at
  3. Warlock Issue 11 - p.1
  4. Warlock Issue 11 - p.10
  5. Warlock Issue 11 - p.11

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