Fighter Fred

His world is drawn on graph paper. His friends act like characters in an old-school tabletop roleplaying game. But for Fighter Fred, it’s real life!

Cover for Fighter Fred and the Dungeon of Doom

Do fighters really have hit points? What are iron rations? Why does this tiny village have a store stocked with hundreds of weapons? These are just some of the many questions that Fred does not want to answer, but his friends will argue about them anyway in Fighter Fred and the Dungeon of Doom.

Cover for Fighter Fred and the Wombat Wilderness

In Fred’s second adventure, he must journey into the wilderness, get lost, eat dried frogs, and fight the fearsome wombats! But the quest will be worth it if he can help his friend.

Cover for Fighter Fred and the Evil Temple of Evil

In Book 3, Fighter Fred must confront the darkest evil! Well, actually, he’s just doing this because his buddy, Yellin’ Helen, has something against temples. Fred’s not sure why, but it doesn’t matter. He’s sure it will be fun, even if the dark evil turns out to be somewhat dim.

The Silverleaf Forest has been plunged into eternal winter. Only a band of epic heroes can save the elves!

Well, too bad for them. Fred and his friends are not epic heroes. They’re just an adventuring party looking for a cool quest. But somehow they have to find a way to bring back spring!

It’s time for the big boss fight, but the boss isn’t home. Was he murdered?

To solve the mystery, Fred and his friends will have to search for clues, make deductions, and avoid being distracted by the streetguide that offers side quests for every numbered building in the city.

Updated: 19 May 2022 — 13:08