Illustrator Gary Chalk, known for his artwork contributions to
the first six Redwall books, has launched a Kickstarter to
seek financing for a Lone Wolf board game, which is inspired
by a 1980s series of fantasy gamebooks illustrated by Chalk. The
project is seeking $30,000, and has raised $13,902 at the time of
From its official description:
Battle for Magnamund is a fantasy wargame for two or more
players. Each battle pits :good against evil, and the core set
sees the Human forces of…
As we revealed in our ninth anniversary announcement, features
were on the way!
Here is the first: an exploration of Brian Jacques' second stage
play (and third play overall), "The Docker’s Tale," which is
a part of the Infirmary Tales collection.
Infirmary Tales was organized by Phil Whitchurch, who
recruited Brian and others to contribute plays to one larger show.
Each play is different and features different characters - there is
not one story line connecting them. It was originally performed
It's hard to believe, but today the Redwall Wiki celebrates nine
years on the Internet!
We're pumped that Redwall fans continue to contribute
excellent fan artwork and stories after all this time.
Over the course of the past year, the Redwall Wiki has taken
steps to identify all of the languages that Redwall has been
translated into. There is believed to be 28 or 29 ... and we've
determined 24 of those. Do you know of any others? Let us know!