Adventures

Some articles on adventures, adventure:

Courageous Exploits Of Doctor Syn
... Like the previous volume it is an episodic collection of adventures ... It follows Syn's adventures in his guise as the Scarecrow of Romney Marsh as he foils all attempts to catch him and to break up the Dymchurch smugglers ... It follows the events of Further Adventures of Doctor Syn and is followed by Amazing Quest of Doctor Syn ...
The Brain Of Morbius - Plot Summary - Continuity
... Cornell used "Hoothi" when he featured them in his New Adventures novel Love and War ... The BBC Books Past Doctor Adventures novel Warmonger by Terrance Dicks is both a sequel and prequel to this story, explaining how Morbius's brain ... The New Adventures novel Lungbarrow places Karn in Gallifrey's solar system ...
Gareth Roberts (writer) - Doctor Who
... He contributed several novels to both their New Adventures and Missing Adventures ranges of Doctor Who fiction ... from the new series launched that year, for BBC Books' New Series Adventures range ... the Bane", the pilot episode of the Doctor Who spin-off series The Sarah Jane Adventures ...
Adventure (role-playing Games)
... An adventure is either a published or otherwise written collection of plot, character, and location details used by a gamemaster to manage the plot or story in a ... Each adventure is based upon a particular gaming genre and is normally designed for use with a specific game or gaming system ... However, skilled gamemasters can often convert an adventure to different game systems, and many adventures are designed with such conversions in mind ...
Tingle's Siblings
... He also appears in Four Swords Adventures and later in The Minish Cap, where he fuses Kinstones behind Lon Lon Ranch ... He also appears in Four Swords Adventures and later in The Minish Cap, where he fuses Kinstones in Trilby Highlands ... He also appears in Four Swords Adventures and The Minish Cap, the latter of which sees him fusing Kinstones in Lake Hylia ...

Famous quotes containing the word adventures:

    I have a vast deal to say, and shall give all this morning to my pen. As to my plan of writing every evening the adventures of the day, I find it impracticable; for the diversions here are so very late, that if I begin my letters after them, I could not go to bed at all.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    We know that their adventures are childish. They themselves are fools. They are ready to kill or be killed over a card-game in which an opponent—or they themselves—was cheating. Yet, thanks to such fellows, tragedies are possible.
    Jean Genet (1910–1986)

    The good critic is he who relates the adventures of his soul among masterpieces.
    Anatole France (1844–1924)