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The Shamutanti Hills / Kharé – Cityport of Traps / The Seven Serpent / The Crown of Kings (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #1-4)

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YOU are about to embark on an epic adventure!

Your quest will take you from Analand, your homelands, across the unruly territories of Kakhabad to the Mampang Fortress wherein lies the Crown of Kings.

In this fantasy role-playing gamebook you may elect to become either a warrior or a wizard - the spells that will give you power are found in The Sorcery! Spell Book. Whatever y
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Published November 6th 2003 by Wizard Books
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Oliver Glanberger
Dec 02, 2007 Oliver Glanberger rated it it was amazing
This is a really good box set if you're looking for Fighting Fantasy books. It keeps you busy... for a while. :P

The First book, "Sorcery! 1: The Shamutanti Hills" is all about a mutated tiger thing with wings thats occupying these hills called the "Shmutanti Hills" and is like terrorising the village folk or somthing and you gota stop the tiger thing. You end up slaying it in the end if you picked the right path, sorry if i ruined it for some people... If i did however then i suggust you dont r
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British game designer, often confused with the American game designer of the same name.

Along with Ian Livingstone, creator of the Fighting Fantasy books.



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