Bloodbones

Bloodbones Bloodbones lives The dreaded pirate lord Cinnabar scourge of the twelve seas plagued the seafarers of the Old World in a bloody reign of terror until a brave adventurer put an end to his evil But no

  • Title: Bloodbones
  • Author: Jonathan Green Tony Hough
  • ISBN: 9781840467659
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bloodbones lives The dreaded pirate lord Cinnabar, scourge of the twelve seas, plagued the seafarers of the Old World in a bloody reign of terror until a brave adventurer put an end to his evil But now he is back from the dead, seeking revenge and with the dark powers of voodoo at his command.YOU have your own score to settle Cinnabar murdered your family when you wereBloodbones lives The dreaded pirate lord Cinnabar, scourge of the twelve seas, plagued the seafarers of the Old World in a bloody reign of terror until a brave adventurer put an end to his evil But now he is back from the dead, seeking revenge and with the dark powers of voodoo at his command.YOU have your own score to settle Cinnabar murdered your family when you were a child Only YOU can end the horrific slaughter by destroying the pirate captain and his crew of cutthroats Come hell or highwater Bloodbones must be stopped Part story, part game, this is a book with a difference one in which you become the hero A pencil and an eraser are all you need to make your journey YOU decide which route to take, which creatures to fight which dangers to risk.

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    1. This single-player fantasy-role-playing "lost" gamebook written by Jonathan Green (Bloodbones was considered a lost book for several years, as it was initially planned as the 60th entry in the series before Puffin publishing canceled Fighting Fantasy with the 59th book. Title was later "resurrected" in 2000s.) is just my most favourite one of the FF series, together with Steve Jackson's House of Hell.Martin McKenna's classic cover is a real blast, the storyline is excellent, the difficulty level [...]

    2. I think this book is interesting because it tells you to choose a page you want to go on and continue so it is fun and very interesting.

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