Temple of Terror

Temple of Terror The dark twisted power of the young Malbordus is reaching its zenith All he needs now is to retrieve the five dragon artefacts which have been hidden for centuries in the lost city of Vatos somewher

  • Title: Temple of Terror
  • Author: Ian Livingstone Bill Huston
  • ISBN: 9781840465280
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • The dark, twisted power of the young Malbordus is reaching its zenith All he needs now is to retrieve the five dragon artefacts which have been hidden for centuries in the lost city of Vatos, somewhere in the Desert of Skulls Each day that passes brings him closer to them and only YOU can stop him YOUR mission is to reach the lost city before Malbordus and destroy the trThe dark, twisted power of the young Malbordus is reaching its zenith All he needs now is to retrieve the five dragon artefacts which have been hidden for centuries in the lost city of Vatos, somewhere in the Desert of Skulls Each day that passes brings him closer to them and only YOU can stop him YOUR mission is to reach the lost city before Malbordus and destroy the treasures he seeks But beware Each step you take leads you closer to your doom Two dice, a pencil, and an eraser are all you need for this adventure YOU decide which route to follow, which dangers to risk and which monsters to fight.

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    1. Another entry in the long-running and popular FIGHTING FANTASY series, this one written by one of the founders, Ian Livingstone. The story adopts the return of a friendly wizard, Yoztromo, from an earlier instalment at the beginning of the adventure, as well as the welcome and familiar surroundings of Darkwood Forest, before jetting off into hot and arid lands for a distinctly Middle Eastern-flavoured adventure.The writing is strong and there seems to be plenty of action this time around as the [...]

    2. If the truth is to be known, these books are fun at first. Sadly, however, they quickly grow old.If you have experienced one of these kinds of books you have experienced them all. Whilst the stories differ, the effect they have upon a person is the same across the board. You have fun for a while and then they are put aside. It is okay to pick up one or two throughout your life but I would not recommend going out of your way to buy them en masse. As for which one(s) you pick up… well, that is a [...]

    3. 'Deathtrap Dungeon in the desert'But you have to get there first;Cross the sand-wastes, leagues unmeasured,Striving not to die of thirst.If you reach the ruined city,There the Messenger of DeathPlays a trick that's rather sh*tty,Letters meting out your breath.Even if the sandworm skerrick'sMore or less ripped off from 'Dune',This book is still quite atmospheric - Read it in a darkened room.

    4. Adventure in the Heart of the Desert7 July 2012 It is beginning to seem like Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone are starting to take a back seat in relation to the production of these game books as this appears to be one of the last that Ian Livingstone wrote himself (I know it is not but from memory it is around this point that the concept was opened up to a lot of other writers, most likely to allow the original authors to pursue their own projects). The style of this gamebook is different from [...]

    5. Curiously, this was a gamebook that I bought when it was first released a couple of decades ago, but never tried at the time. It simply sat on my shelf from them until now, and I have no idea why I never attempted this one, as I certainly gave all the other early Fighting Fantasy titles at least one attempt. Still, it was nice to come to one absolutely fresh.This book starts off in familiar places with familiar faces, in Stonebridge village and Darkwood Forest, with Yaztromo and Gillibran. It's [...]

    6. A guilty pleasure. I was fascinated with Fighting Fantasy books when I was 12 (partly because the fantasy artwork on the covers was so intriguing, partly because my parents didn't let me read them - not Christian enough, apparently). I did manage to smuggle a few into my room, and now I revisit them every now and then.This one was harder to complete than City of Thieves, which I did last year. It took me ten attempts to complete the mission, but the journey was enjoyable. Now onto something a li [...]

    7. Admittedly, not one of favourites of the Fighting Fantasy series. Quest items (those damnable dragons) tucked away in utterly obscure places and a fairly bland landscape to engage with. Still, I do REALLY like the Messenger of Death. About the one thing that stands out as genuinely original in Temple of Terror. And, oh, the sweet satisfaction of finally beating this book!

    8. Choose your own adventure. Get the to the temple and destroy the dragons before evil takes over the world!

    9. Had been dead several times before at long last found the right way (^,,^)And even this, I cheated (didn't use dice at all, I assumed that I always win against any monster I met)"(>////<)"

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