|DQ1 Shattered Statue||
This idea never caught on with players, and the module fell into relative obscurity. Some of the characters from this module were eventually incorporated into the Forgotten Realms via module FR5 Savage Frontier (thanks to Michele Toscan for this info).
The working title for DQ1 Shattered Statue was "The Enchanted Wood". Interestingly, author Paul Jaquays was previously the author of a module titled "Enchanted Wood", which was published as the third module for SPI's DragonQuest game (before SPI was bought out by TSR). (Thanks to John Justice for this info). From contributor Bruce Probst: "In fact, the two modules are not at all similar and have almost nothing in common, other than their author and their connection to the DQ game. Settings, plot, etc. are all very different, although one significant NPC features in both adventures. This leads me to *speculate* that Jaquays had originally submitted 'Shattered Statue' to SPI as a purely-DQ adventure, and later adapted it to AD&D when TSR wanted to release a companion adventure to their reprinting of the DQ rules ('Third Edition') some years after the SPI acquisition. I don't have any evidence to base that speculation on, however. (FYI, the TSR reprint of DQ was welcomed by DQ players about as much as the DQ1 module was welcomed by AD&D players -- it contained many editorial changes intended to 'sanitize' it and make it 'PC' -- demonology was a strong component of the original editions, and that was all entirely jettisoned; it's not surprising that they ended up burying both). DQ1 is specifically set in the TSR's Forgotten Realms campaign world; 'Enchanted Wood' didn't have any specific setting although it was intended to be compatible with SPI's 'Alusia' DQ campaign world." (Thanks to Bruce Probst for this info).
Author Paul Jaquays clarifies:
From contributor Brett Altschul:
The last third of the booklet (pages 33-48) is a purely-DQ supplement, "Arcane Wisdom". It details many spells and abilities in the Shaping and Rune magic colleges. Arcane Wisdom was not written by Paul Jaquays (who wrote the module and did all the interior illustrations), but rather by David J. Ritchie and Gerry Klug. This was because "Arcane Wisdom" was an unpublished supplement for SPI's DragonQuest game; the information from that original supplement was divided up between DQ1 Shattered Statue and the AD&D Third Edition DragonQuest rulebook. (Thanks to Brett Altschul and John Justice for this info).
With both being produced fairly late (1987) and not being particularly popular, this module barely clears cover price