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Fabled Lands : Lords of the Rising Sun
Fabled Lands : Lords of the Rising Sun
by Dave Morris
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent solo RPG book - certainly a must have!, 4 Sept. 2012
Solo role playing as you've never seen before! Sixth in the Fabled Lands series, The Lords of the Rising Sun takes you to a strange, wild, mystifying oriental world. You can participate in clan wars that even reach to another continent; you can travel deep into the vast and dangerous Kwaidan Forest to try and find hidden treasures; you can also travel by boat (either as a passenger or as a captain if you have your own ship) and explore the smaller islands.

There are all kinds of large and smaller quests you can undertake, and interesting people you can meet. Somewhere, you may even get to meet yourself...

Last but never least, the book has a lot of incredibly well-drawn illustrations that really help to make you feel this fantasy world is real.

If you like games, or if you like to read fantasy, or if you want to improve the chances of Fabled Lands books 7 through 12 being written and published, do yourself a favour and buy this book!

Fabled Lands : The Court of Hidden Faces
Fabled Lands : The Court of Hidden Faces
by Jamie Thomson
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hide your face and dive into this courtly game-world, 16 Aug. 2012
The number of adventures you can have in this gamebook (number 5 in the Fabled Lands series) are incredibly numerous and fun. The authors know how to write prose, too: it's not just that the game system is very well-developed, the paragraphs are also a great read!

Two things I especially like:
1. This gamebook connects to several other books in the series in a surprising and very satisfying way. For example, you can receive a big reward here for something achieved in book 4. And you need to travel to the lands (seas) of books 3 and 6 to finish certain quests.
2. The quest system in this gamebook is multi-layered, meaning that you have to pass certain tests to advance to a next level several times.

Dive into the amazing world of the Fabled Lands, created by a couple of amazing Fabled Lads!

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