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The Lone Wolf is the creation of Joe Dever. It covers the world of Magnamund which is detailed through various gamebooks and other sources. It is named after the character Lone Wolf, the protagonist of most of the gamebooks. Many of the gamebooks are now out of print, but are available legally on the Internet via Project Aon.

On this wiki you can find information on the various published materials, information about the game universe and its characters, gameplay information, and walkthroughs for the various adventures.

The Gamebooks

Lone Wolf books by Joe Dever
Kai Series Flight from the DarkFire on the WaterThe Caverns of KalteThe Chasm of DoomShadow on the Sand
Magnakai Series The Kingdoms of TerrorCastle DeathThe Jungle of HorrorsThe Cauldron of FearThe Dungeons of TorgarThe Prisoners of TimeThe Masters of Darkness
Grandmaster Series The Plague Lords of RuelThe Captives of KaagThe Darke CrusadeThe Legacy of VashnaThe Deathlord of IxiaDawn of the DragonsWolf's BaneThe Curse of Naar
New Order Series Voyage of the MoonstoneThe Buccaneers of ShadakiMydnight's HeroRune WarTrail of the WolfThe Fall of Blood MountainVampiriumThe Hunger of SejanozThe Storms of ChaiDead in the DeepThe Dusk of Eternal NightLight of the Kai
Other Lone Wolf related works The Magnamund CompanionThe Skull of AgarashThe World of Lone Wolf

Featured article

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Gnaag, also known as Darklord Gnaag, is one of the chief villains in the world of Magnamund and one of Lone Wolf's greatest enemies. He arrived in that world in the year 3072 after the creation of the Moonstone (MS) along with the 19 other Darklords.

Gnaag was noted by his peers and by Carag as being the most intelligent of the Darklords and the master of Darklord politics. Through careful manipulation, and the murder of two fellow Darklords, he became Archlord of the Darklands in MS 5058.

After leading a campaign to conquer Magnamund, Gnaag nearly defeated the forces of Good and Lone Wolf by attempting to destroy three of the Lorestones of Nyxator which Lone Wolf was questing for, and then by sending Lone Wolf into the shadow world of the Daziarn. In the final book of the Magnakai series, The Masters of Darkness, Gnaag was defeated MS 5070 by Lone Wolf in single combat and was therefore condemned by the dark god Naar to an eternity on the Plane of Darkness for his failures.