The chamber of quest choosing

The Quest 1.2: Introduction

By Keith McDonald

Introduction to the second issue of the Official Newsletter of the Knightmare Adventurers Club.

Full promotional shot of Treguard (Hugo Myatt), set against castle background.

Wow, what a fantastic reception you've given to the Knightmare Adventurers Club! Thank you - to the hundreds of you who've written in to join, to the thousands of you who've entered the various competitions we've been running, and to the millions of you who keep on watching the best programme on Children's ITV!

If you got Knightmare the computer game for Christmas, lucky you! This fiendish creation is proving a match for the most avid of players and there'll be a review of it in TQ3, together with the details of the long-awaited boardgame launch!

In this issue of TQ there's a first hand account of what it actually feels like to beat the Dungeon, a chance to meet Frightknight's modest creator, a smashing story from club member Paul Hawkins, fabulous prizes to be won, and your jokes, poems and letters. Please keep them coming, and don't forget there's a copy of The Sorcerer's Isle for every item we publish!

Good adventuring!

Wilf Wright (Editor)

Smirk with Smirkenorff by Arlo Worts

Arlo's cartoon for Volume 1, Issue 2 of The Quest, the official fanzine.
Treguard looks for Smirkenorff

This issue's Honorary Member of the Knightmare Adventurers Club is Tommy Boyd, from Children's ITV. Tommy is one of Knightmare's biggest fans and he is trained in the art of IAIDO - (longswordsmanship) so perhaps we should send him in to battle it out with Lord Fear.

Children's ITV 1992: Tommy Boyd in the studio.

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