Thursday, 3 August 2017
Friday, 12 May 2017
Here's a sneak peek at the art and text of the next mini adventure in issue #16...
The scene inside the room both surprises and sickens you. You are in the convent misericord, an area set aside for the sadistic punishment of members of the Order who are perceived to have “gone astray”. The floor is the same bare stone that the earlier parts of the building were built in, but the walls are fitted with manacles and vicious leather whips with knotted ends hang from loops set into the mortar between the stones of the walls. On the far side of the cell, shackled to a fixing post on the wall and facing away from you, is a human female form, stripped down to the waist, her bare back scarred by several vicious welts. As she hears you move, she speaks out, begging you not to flog her again. In your most reassuring tone, you quietly explain that you are not here to hurt her and the girl begins to sob as she requests that you untie her bonds.
This is Sister Angela's Veil, the Fighting Fantasy mini adventure, written by Mark Lain illustrated by Simon Walpole.
Hidden high in the Moonstone Hills lies an ancient Convent, a site of pilgrimage for those who wish to view the mysterious relic of Sister Angela De Culpa. But, recently reports have come as far south as Salamonis that the relic has gone missing. YOU must journey to the Convent, gain entry, then negotiate whatever pestilence has overcome the building to unravel the secret of the missing relic known as Sister Angela’s Veil.
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Fighting Fantasy Fest returns to Ealing for the largest dedicated Fighting Fantasy convention yet, featuring Guests of Honour Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone, as well as a host of other guests. Fighting Fantasy Fest 2 will feature talks, gaming sessions, comics, signings, a Fighting Fantasy exhibition, and a trading hall, as well as a cosplay competition.
Entry is by pre-paid ticket only and price of entry includes a collectable programme and autograph book. There are 200 Early Bird Adult Tickets available at a cost of £35 each. (Once these have sold out, the price of entry will rise to £45.) There are also 50 Child Tickets on sale at £20 each. (Please note that children must be under 14 years of age on Saturday 2nd September 2017 and must be accompanied by a paying adult ticket-holder.)
You may also pre-order a separate Adventurer's Backpack, at an additional cost of £25, containing unique merchandise, such as a Fighting Fantasy Fest 2 lanyard and event-exclusive t-shirt.
Please note that there will not be any ticket sales on the day.
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Saturday, 30 April 2016
Here's a sneak peek at the art and text of the next mini adventure in issue #15...
Standing before one of them is MOR ORTHOR, the target of your quest. He stands close to two metres tall and is clothed in tight-fitting black leather. Sparking yellow eyes stare at you from out of a dark, gaunt face. A purple cloak hangs from his shoulders and he carries a long staff topped with a glittering crystal.
This is Lords of Stone, the Fighting Fantasy mini adventure, written and illustrated by Brett Schofield.
A terrible evil is growing deep beneath the Iron Hills!Mor Orthor, a wicked Dark Elf sorcerer, is experimenting with the four elemental powers of earth, air, fire and water. Once he has mastered them all he will become unstoppable. The good Dwarfs of nearby Stonebridge have called upon your help once more. YOU must venture into the Iron Hills - armed only with your trusty sword and a handful of powerful Elemental Runestones - and put an end to the sorcerer before his vile experiments are let loose on the world!
Saturday, 23 April 2016
Sunday, 11 January 2015
Saturday, 13 December 2014
Friday, 31 October 2014
Here's a sneak peek at the art and text of the next mini adventure in issue #14...
Stalking out of the darkness comes a shambling skeletal creature, the bones of which are bound in strips of leather embalmed with noxious-smelling oils. It is almost seven feet tall and though unarmed, its bony fingers are like the talons of an immense bird. It opens its mouth in a taunt to you, though no sounds emanate from between its fleshless jaws.
This is Dreams of Darkness, the Lone Wolf mini adventure, by S.P. Osborne and illustrated by Robertson Sondoh, Jr.
Years ago you were found wandering the plains of Palmyrion, all of your memories gone. Taken in by Baron Coryene, you became his retainer. Recently, however, you have been experiencing disturbing dreams of a face with red eyes hidden by a black helm. Your prayers are going unheeded, even as your country is attacked by the armies of Eldenoran usurper Prince Lutha. What is the meaning of these Dreams of Darkness? And can unlocking their secrets allow you to remember your forgotten past?