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by Oliver Johnson,Russ Nicholson,Dave Morris

eBook Bloodsword: The Battlepits of Krarth v. 1 (Knight Books) download ISBN: 0340401540
Author: Oliver Johnson,Russ Nicholson,Dave Morris
Publisher: Knight (May 1, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 304
ePub: 1210 kb
Fb2: 1745 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: lit mbr mobi doc
Category: Teenager

However, the story of this first book of Bloodsword series is particularly weak and uninspiring: it's fundamentally a dungeon crawl in a hell-like dungeon, with lava lakes and horrible monsters that need to be hacked and slashed until you get to the end and win the challenge. Nothing to do with the great background stories of books 2 and 3 above all! This book is therefore a good presentation and ruleset induction, waiting for "the really good ones".

Book Description Knight, 1987.

Blood Sword is a series of gamebooks created by Oliver Johnson and Dave Morris and published by Knight Books in the late 1980s. The books were illustrated by Russ Nicholson and the maps supplied by Geoff Wingate

Blood Sword is a series of gamebooks created by Oliver Johnson and Dave Morris and published by Knight Books in the late 1980s. The books were illustrated by Russ Nicholson and the maps supplied by Geoff Wingate. It was set in the author's own fantasy world of "Legend" which was also the setting for their Dragon Warriors role playing game.

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The book had one central thought that is very strange and has always remained with m. You can see for yourself how the old man, who had spent all of his life writing and was filled with words, would write hundreds of pages concerning this matter

The book had one central thought that is very strange and has always remained with me. By remembering it I have been able to understand many people and things that I was never able to understand before. You can see for yourself how the old man, who had spent all of his life writing and was filled with words, would write hundreds of pages concerning this matter. The subject would become so big in his mind that he himself would be in danger of becoming a grotesque. He didn’t, I suppose, for the same reason that he never published the book. It was the young thing inside him that saved the old man.

The Battlepits of Krarth (Paperback). Published May 1st 1987 by Knight Books. Paperback, 304 pages. Author(s): Dave Morris (Goodreads Author), Oliver Johnson. ISBN: 0340401540 (ISBN13: 9780340401545).

1987) (The first book in the Blood Sword series) A novel by Oliver Johnson and Dave Morris. Used availability for Dave Morris's The Battlepits of Krarth. THE BATTLEPITS OF KRARTH is the first title in the Blood Sword series. It can be played solo like a traditional gamebook, or it can be played by a team of up to four people. Combining the best of role-playing, gamebooks, novels and boardgames, the Blood Sword series builds into a sweeping fantasy epic that delivers the most exciting challenge yet in interactive adventure. August 2014 : UK Paperback.

The Knight of Swords. Book One. Introduction. The First Chapter At Castle Erorn. The First Chapter Chaos Unbounded. The Second Chapter The Castle Built of Blood. The Third Chapter The Rider on the Yellow Horse. The Fourth Chapter The Manor in the Forest

The Knight of Swords. The Second Chapter Prince Corum Sets Forth. The Third Chapter The Mabden Herd. The Fourth Chapter The Bane Of Beauty: The Doom Of Truth. The Fifth Chapter A Lesson Learned. The Fourth Chapter The Manor in the Forest. The Fifth Chapter The Lady Jane Pentallyon. The Sixth Chapter Sailing on the Seas of Time. The Seventh Chapter The Land of Small Stones. The Eighth Chapter Into the Small Storm.

Comments: (2)
Akta
Great book, and the copy I bought (from Bahamut Media) came in better than expected condition.
Keramar
Blood sword (I've read the italian version) is the best game book series I've happen to play. It can be played with up to four players or alone (when playing alone you can choose to be one character or to impersonate two to four!). There are five books in this series, all of them have great plots with multiple possible success paths each. Krarth is smallest book in the series (3 and 5 are very thick books!) but it is quite difficult to solve and the enemies are multiple and powerful. Won't be easy to beat! Combat rules are well done and multiple spells are available, though one can also pick a character that relay only on sword or on smartness. The descriptions, the scenery and the characters make this a good adventure, not just a good fight. The plot started in this first book is continued in the others (they are still very playable individually) with some recurring characters, but each book has a very distinct atmosphere and location for a never repeating adventure.