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'''Tolkien Quest''' (TQ) was a series of game books based on the ''QuestGame'' System, published by [[Iron Crown Enterprises]].
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'''Tolkien Quest''' (TQ) was a series of solo adventure paperback books (similar to the later ''[[Middle-earth Quest]]'') based on the ''QuestGame'' System, published by [[Iron Crown Enterprises]].
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This range was quickly withdrawn due to a copyright dispute (and, according to [[Pete Fenlon]], was a major contribution to the financial troubles of ICE culminating in their loss of the [[Middle-earth Role Playing|MERP]] license).<ref>[http://www.tolkienguide.com J.R.R. Tolkien Collector's Guide] (external link)</ref>
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
  
 
*(1985) [[Night of the Nazgûl]]
 
*(1985) [[Night of the Nazgûl]]
*(1986) [[The Legend of Weathertop]]
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*(1985) [[The Legend of Weathertop]]
  
A sequel book were promised to be available (''Murder In Minas Tirith'' in 1986), but it is uncertain if it ever reached publication.
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A sequel book was promised to be available (''Murder In Minas Tirith'' in 1986), but it is uncertain if it ever reached publication.
  
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[[Category:Role playing games]]
 
[[Category:Role playing games]]

Latest revision as of 06:17, 13 April 2011

Tolkien Quest (TQ) was a series of solo adventure paperback books (similar to the later Middle-earth Quest) based on the QuestGame System, published by Iron Crown Enterprises.

This range was quickly withdrawn due to a copyright dispute (and, according to Pete Fenlon, was a major contribution to the financial troubles of ICE culminating in their loss of the MERP license).[1]

[edit] Publications

A sequel book was promised to be available (Murder In Minas Tirith in 1986), but it is uncertain if it ever reached publication.

[edit] References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien Collector's Guide (external link)