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'''Middle-earth Quest''' (MEQ) was a series of solo adventure paperback books based on the ''QuestGame'' System, published by [[Iron Crown Enterprises]].  
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[[Image:Middle-earth Quest.png|right|250px|''Middle-earth Quest'' logo]]
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'''Middle-earth Quest''' (MEQ) was a series of solo adventure paperback books (similar to the ''[[Tolkien Quest]]'') based on the ''QuestGame'' System, published by [[Iron Crown Enterprises]]. According to [[Terry Kevin Amthor|Terry Amthor]], the books in the ''Middle-earth Quest'' series were scrutinized more closely than the supplements to ''[[Middle-earth Role Playing|MERP]]'', involving [[Rayner Unwin]] and a "Tolkien scholar at Oxford"<ref>[http://homepage.mac.com/terbob/terry/biblio.html ''Terry Kevin Amthor Bibliography''] (external link), as of May 9, 2010</ref>.
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
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* [[1988]]: ''[[A Spy In Isengard]]''
 
* [[1988]]: ''[[A Spy In Isengard]]''
 
* [[1988]]: ''[[Treason at Helm's Deep]]''
 
* [[1988]]: ''[[Treason at Helm's Deep]]''
* [[1988]]: ''[[The Mines of Moria (Middle-earth Quest book)|The Mines of Moria]]''
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* [[1988]]: ''[[Mines of Moria (Middle-earth Quest book)|Mines of Moria]]''
  
 
Two more sequel books were promised to be available (''Search for the Palantír'' and ''Race from Rivendell''), but never reached publication.
 
Two more sequel books were promised to be available (''Search for the Palantír'' and ''Race from Rivendell''), but never reached publication.
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The world of brave and cruel Men, Hobbits and Elves, Dragons and Dwarves, Orcs and Trolls, and Wizards both good and evil lives on in this series of ''Middle-earth Quest'' gamebooks. You too can now become entwined in the world's richest tapestry of high fantasy.
 
The world of brave and cruel Men, Hobbits and Elves, Dragons and Dwarves, Orcs and Trolls, and Wizards both good and evil lives on in this series of ''Middle-earth Quest'' gamebooks. You too can now become entwined in the world's richest tapestry of high fantasy.
  
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== Translations ==
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*''Aventuras en la Tierra Media'' (Spanish)
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*''Aventuras na terra-media'' (Portuguese)
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*''Äventyr i Midgård'' (Swedish)
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*''Mittelerde-Questbucher'' (German)
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*''La terra di mezzo'' (Italian)
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== External links ==
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*[http://www.gamebooks.org/show_series.php?id=270 MEQ on ''Demian's Gamebook Web Page'']
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{{References}}
  
 
[[Category:Role playing games]]
 
[[Category:Role playing games]]

Latest revision as of 01:49, 14 January 2011

Middle-earth Quest logo

Middle-earth Quest (MEQ) was a series of solo adventure paperback books (similar to the Tolkien Quest) based on the QuestGame System, published by Iron Crown Enterprises. According to Terry Amthor, the books in the Middle-earth Quest series were scrutinized more closely than the supplements to MERP, involving Rayner Unwin and a "Tolkien scholar at Oxford"[1].

Contents

[edit] Publications

Two more sequel books were promised to be available (Search for the Palantír and Race from Rivendell), but never reached publication.

[edit] From the publisher

COME TO MIDDLE-EARTH!

The world of brave and cruel Men, Hobbits and Elves, Dragons and Dwarves, Orcs and Trolls, and Wizards both good and evil lives on in this series of Middle-earth Quest gamebooks. You too can now become entwined in the world's richest tapestry of high fantasy.

[edit] Translations

  • Aventuras en la Tierra Media (Spanish)
  • Aventuras na terra-media (Portuguese)
  • Äventyr i Midgård (Swedish)
  • Mittelerde-Questbucher (German)
  • La terra di mezzo (Italian)

[edit] External links

[edit] References

  1. Terry Kevin Amthor Bibliography (external link), as of May 9, 2010