Warlock was a British magazine published by Penguin Books and game manufacturer Games Workshop between 1983 and 1986. The primary focus of the magazine was fantasy, with emphasis on the Fighting Fantasy adventure gamebook series. ==Publication history== The magazine was established and edited-in-chief by Fighting Fantasy creators
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Films produced in standard Mandarin (Putonghua, Kuo-yü), Beijing dialect or any other dialects of Mandarin. ...
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==Synopsis== A new drug called "Warlock" is tearing apart society. Benny is involved with a law enforcement effort to bring it down while Ace is in trouble in a horrific animal laboratory. Only The Doctor is left to discover the truth behind the new drug. ===Reviews=== ...
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[Dungeons & Dragons]
The warlock is a playable character class in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. It was introduced as a non-core base class in the supplemental book Complete Arcane for the 3.5 edition of Dungeons & Dragons. In 4th edition, the warlock is a core class. ==Publication history== ===Dungeons & Dragons 3rd edit
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Cover of Bill Peet`s children`s story "The Wump World". I have a question what kind of animal was the wump? ...
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Warlock is a 1989 American cult horror film produced and directed by Steve Miner, written by David Twohy. It was also produced by New World Pictures and distributed by Trimark Pictures. The cast includes Julian Sands, Lori Singer, and Richard E. Grant. The soundtrack was by Jerry Goldsmith. ==Plot== The Warlock (Sands) is taken
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Literally, 'oath-breaker'. Male Wiccans and witches do not use this term. They are Wiccans and witches, just like everyone else.
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The Scottish medieval term for a male sorcerer or Witch. The word originally came from the Anglo-Saxon Waerloga, which means â€œoath breaker, a traitor, deceiver, or liarâ€?. The word belongs more to ceremonial magick than Wicca, as it refers to a person who gains power through a pact with demons. This word is not commonly used today to desc
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- a male witch or demon
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[ Middle English warloghe
a deceiver, a name or the Devil, Anglo-Saxon w...rloga
a belier or breaker of his agreement, word, or pledge; w...r
covenant, troth (aki... to Latin verus
true; see Very
) + loga
a liar (in comp.), leógan
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Of or pertaining to a warlock or warlock; impish. [ R.] « Thou shalt win the warlock
fight.» J. R. Drak....
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A male witch; a wizard; a sprite; an imp. ... Alternative forms: warluck] 'It was Eyvind Kallda's crew Of warlocks blue, With their caps of darkness hooded!' (Longfellow) ... Origin: OE. Warloghe a deceiver, a name or the Devil, AS. Wrloga a belier or breaker of his agreement, word, or pledge; wr covenant, troth (aki to L. Verus true; see Very) + l
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a male witch or demon
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• (a.) Of or pertaining to a warlock or warlock; impish. • (n.) A male witch; a wizard; a sprite; an imp.
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a male witch. See witchcraft.
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Warlock is a 1959 film, released by Twentieth Century Fox and shot in DeLuxe Color and CinemaScope. It is a Western adapted from the novel by Oakley Hall (screenplay written by Robert Alan Aurthur). Directed by Edward Dmytryk, it stars Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda and Anthony Quinn. The supporting cast includes DeForest Kelley w
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Warlock is a fictional character, a cybernetic alien superhero published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in New Mutants vol. 1 #18 (August 1984), and was created by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz. ==Publication history== Warlock briefly starred in his own self-titled series, written by Louise Simonson (who had previo
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Warlock was a German heavy metal band, assembled in 1982. The band gained some commercial success in the mid 1980s. By the end of the decade, singer Doro Pesch was the sole original member who remained in the band, and thus proceeded to form Doro, a band that was essentially a continuation of Warlock under a different name. Doro, the
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The term warlock in origin means "traitor, oathbreaker". In early modern Scots, the word came to be used as the male equivalent of witch (which can be male or female, but is used predominantly for females). From this use, the word passed into Romantic literature and ultimately 20th-century popular culture. == See also == ...
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Warlock is a platform video game for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and Super Nintendo, released by Acclaim Entertainment. The game is based on a film series. ==Story== Once every thousand years, the sun and the moon align together. When this happens, the Evil One sends his only son, the Warlock, to Earth to gather six ancient run
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Warlock is a novel by author Wilbur Smith first published in 2001. It is part of a series of novels by Smith set to ancient Egypt and follows the fate of the Egyptian Kingdom through the eyes of Taita, a multi-talented and highly skilled eunuch slave. ==Plot summary== Warlock is a sequel to River God that details the later life
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Warlock is an American western novel by author Oakley Hall first published in 1958. The novel is loosely based on characters and events that took place in the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. Hall`s most famous novel, Warlock was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 1958. Writer Thomas Pynchon praised it for restoring "to the m
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