Proteus Magazine PDFs

#1: The Tower of Terror (5.5Mb)
by David Brunskill

#2: The Mines of Malagus (4.5Mb)
by Vicki Llundsbrand
(With special thanks to Stephane "kinderstef" Bechard for scans of the poster.)

#3: Shinderg's Tomb (5Mb)
by Richard Barron
(With thanks to Leigh Loveday for scans of the colour poster.)

#4: The Forgotten City (4.5Mb)
by David Brunskill
(With special thanks to Stephane "kinderstef" Bechard for scans of the poster.)

#5: Caverns of the Enchantress (7Mb)
by Elizabeth C. Caldwell
(With special thanks to John Veness for a copy of the poster.)

#6: The Fortress of Kruglach (7.5Mb)
by Elizabeth C. Caldwell
(With special thanks to John Veness for a copy of the poster.)

#7: The Sceptre of the Elvenking (7.6Mb)
by David Brunskill

#8: Treasures of the Cursed Pyramid (4Mb)
by Elizabeth Caldwell
(With thanks to Leigh Loveday for scans of the colour poster.)

#9: Lord of Chaos (6.25Mb)
by J. A. Collar
(With special thanks to John Veness for a copy of the poster.)

#10: The Triad of Evil (4Mb)
by Elizabeth Caldwell
(With special thanks to Leigh Loveday for scans of the colour poster.)

#11: Challenge of the Promethean Guild (4.5Mb)
by Elizabeth Caldwell

#12: The Weaver of Nightmares (5Mb)
by David Brunskill

#13: The Shadow of Shargan (4.7Mb)
by Elizabeth Caldwell

#14: In Search of the Lost Land (6.8Mb)
by Ruth Pracy

#15: The Havarine Madness (11.4Mb)
by M.W. Bolton
(With special thanks to Leigh Loveday for scans of the double-sized colour poster.)

#16: Escape from Scarpathia (6.5Mb)
by David Brunskill
(With thanks to Rob Horton for scans of this magazine, and Oliver Traxel for scans of the poster.)

#17: Black Crag Castle (6.6Mb)
by Ken Bulmer
(With thanks to Stephane Bechard for complete scans of this magazine.)

#18: Into the Dragon's Domain (9.3Mb)
by Brian Allanson
(With thanks to John Veness for a copy of this magazine.)

#19: Boneshaker's Mountains of Forever (5.8Mb)
by Ken Bulmer
(With thanks to Stephane Bechard for complete scans of this magazine.)

#20: The Orchid of Life (6.1Mb)
by David Brunskill
(With thanks to Peter Brooks for complete scans of this magazine.)

Note: In compiling the PDF for Proteus #20 I opted not to recreate the pages accurately, as the original layout looked as though it had been done in a rush using a basic typewriter! I've therefore used a somewhat less egregious font and taken the liberty of standarising certain aspects of the text, such as reining in the overuse of dashes. Although not a direct facsimile of the original, I personally think the result looks and feels better. I hope no one minds too much.