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The Warlock of Firetop Mountain: The Hero’s Quest

Fighting Fantasy Audio Drama, Book 1
Length: 57 mins
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Join elven hero Vale Moonwing and adventurer Cassius Stormblade on their quest through the depths of Firetop Mountain. 

Can they survive the deadly traps and evade Zagor's army of the undead? Can they stay alive long enough to confront the dark warlock himself?

©2017 David N. Smith (P)2018 Fox Yason Music Productions Ltd

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"[E]xactly what you’d want a drama based on the Fighting Fantasy series to be.... The tale nails the feel of the Fighting Fantasy series perfectly." (Starburst Magazine)

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  • Douglas Bryenldson
  • 19-07-20

The Traditional Fantasy audio drama I wanted

About 15 years ago I tried to create a traditional fantasy audio drama series in college but couldn’t get the funding or participation that I needed to make it work. This is exactly how I envision a perfect realization of my original idea. Fighting Fantasy Audio Dramas are a continuing, serial story arc with interesting traditional fantasy characters including Elves, Dwarves goblins, Orc’s, wizards,warlocks and many other Tolkienesque / D&D tropes. It is very well written, very well conceived, very well acted and overall very well realized. I also felt a hint of nostalgia hearing David Warner‘s incredible voice again after spending hundreds of hours with him in the classic PC RPG Baldur’s Gate II as the mysterious Jon Irenicus. If you like D&D - you should really try the first of these audio dramas and see if it sucks you in like it did me.