From the Front Cover:
InQuest: The Future of Gaming
The first issue of InQuest, launched as a magazine devoted to collectible card games, did still include content relevant to gamers in a wider context (including an article on the Vampire: The Masquerade RPG).
Editor\'s introduction to the first issue, evangelising CCGs and expressing excitement about the magazine.
Readers\' letters with answers from the Editor-in-Chief. The first issue had a letters page due to comments
Quick questions and answers regarding the minutiae of Magic: The Gathering.
News including the following items:
The latest CCG releases:
A quick preview of Star Strike: The Regency Wars, an upcoming game that the \'\'InQuest\'\' staff has recently
\"People have told stories about vampires for centuries. Now a hit roleplaying game is putting new twists on
\"What\'s the most important thing about vampires? How evil they look? How spooky is their castle? Nah. It\'s
Bayou Lightning: a Magic: The Gathering deck built for speed.
Veggie Deck: a Magic: The Gathering deck with a plant theme.
An interview with Wizards of the Coast Production Manager and part-time engineer Tom Wänerstrand.
A design-your-own card competition to win one of every Magic: The Gathering card.
\"\'\'InQuest\'\' casts the Dragonlance movie.\" Whom the \'\'InQuest\'\' staff would cast in the film
\"Which is the best card game? \'\'InQuest\'\' finally puts the question to rest.\" A session report in