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Light On Quests Mountain (Endless Quest #12)

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The reader and two animal companions face deadly dangers in a test to prove their readiness for adulthood by discovering the source of a mysterious light atop a mountain.
Hardcover, 157 pages
Published by TSR
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Jakk Makk
Aug 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
So good. Wish I could wipe my mind clean and read these again.
Apr 17, 2016 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Gamers, choose-your-own adventure fans, post-Apocalypse fans
Recommended to Michael by: Serendipity
While most of the previous “Endless Quest” books put out by TSR were based on their popular Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games, occasionally there was an exception, like the “Top Secret”-based installment, “Robbers and Robots.” This one was based on “Gamma World,” which, if I recall correctly, was newly released in a second edition about this time. Gamma World was basically a post-armageddon game of survival in a world of radiation pits, mutants, and devastated cities, a popular theme for ...more
Jun 30, 2009 rated it liked it
The good part about this book is the setting. The Gamma World setting, post apocolyptic earth, is different enough from the standard settings to make it interesting. The bad part is that most of this book is the journey to get to the Lights on Quests Mountain. The journey is kind of interesting, but not that interesting. The end is pretty interesting but involves only one choice, so yo ueither fail or win based on that one choice. And, honestly, the choices in this book are quite meaningless. Yo ...more
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