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Publishers: Games Workshop -- United Kingdom
Penguin -- United Kingdom
Categories: Complexity Level : Advanced (Full Game System)
Complexity Level : Solitaire RPG (External Rules Required)
Format : Paperback
Game System : Combat
Game System : Inventory Management
Game System : Magic
Game System : Randomization Method : Dice
Game System : Scores
Genre : Fantasy
Genre : Horror
Genre : Humor
Genre : Superhero Fiction
Product Family : Dungeons & Dragons
Product Family : Fighting Fantasy
Target Age Group : Older Children
Target Age Group : Teenagers
Writing Style : Comic Book
Writing Style : Present Tense
Writing Style : Second Person

This was the official magazine of Fighting Fantasy, featuring at least one complete adventure in each issue. After a few issues containing abridged or altered versions of Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, the magazine began producing original storylines. Issue ten and eleven's adventures featured rules so that it was compatible with Dungeons & Dragons (although it still contained regular Fighting Fantasy rules for players who preferred them). Publication passed from Penguin to Games Workshop with issue six.


1. Warlock #1 (Warlock #1 Editorial and 6 more items)
2. Warlock #2 (Warlock #2 Editorial and 6 more items)
3. Warlock #3 (Warlock #3 Editorial and 8 more items)
4. Warlock #4 (The Dervish Stone)
5. Warlock #5 (Dungeon of Justice)
6. Warlock #6 (The Dark Chronicles of Anakendis)
7. Warlock #7 (The Temple of Testing)
8. Warlock #8 (The Floating City)
9. Warlock #9 (Fortress Throngard)
10. Warlock #10 (Rogue Mage)
11. Warlock #11 (The Land of Changes)
12. Warlock #12 (Deadline to Destruction)
13. Warlock #13 (The Dreaming Sands: Multi-Player Nightmares and 2 more items)

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Warlock Advertisement
This advertisement from the May 1984 issue of Micro Adventurer announces the first issue of Warlock magazine. Thanks to Ryan Lynch for sharing the image.

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