History Literature / LoneWolf

15th Feb '17 2:54:28 PM ultimomant
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[[AuthorExistenceFailure The author passed away suddenly in late 2016]], leaving the future of the property, including the remainder of the last wave of books he'd started, up in the air.

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[[AuthorExistenceFailure The author passed away suddenly in late 2016]], leaving the future of the property, including the remainder of the last wave of books he'd started, up in the air.
air. His son Ben later announced that he and his family will work on the final books.
1st Feb '17 5:18:04 PM StFan
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* LargeAndInCharge: The Gourgaz, huge {{lizardfolk}}s used as squad leaders of the Giak battalions. These {{Giant Mooks}}s being much harder to kill than ordinary Giak officers, including by archers, they insure greater morale among the troops.

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* LargeAndInCharge: The Gourgaz, huge {{lizardfolk}}s used as squad leaders of the Giak battalions. These {{Giant Mooks}}s Mook}}s being much harder to kill than ordinary Giak officers, including by archers, they insure greater morale among the troops.
26th Jan '17 5:54:35 AM Gosicrystal
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The ''Lone Wolf'' {{Gamebook}} series (plural, containing the Kai, Magnakai, Grand Master, and New Order series) were written by Joe Dever; the first book came out in 1984. As the opening quote tells us, the hero is the LastOfHisKind [[AnAdventurerIsYou Fighter/Ranger/Psionic Knight]] Lone Wolf, who escapes the BigBad's [[DoomedHometown destruction of the monastery]] where he and the rest of the Kai Order lived. In the course of his many adventures, Lone Wolf has to avenge his fallen brethren, foil the Darklords and other {{Evil Overlord}}s, try to rebuild the Kai Order, and otherwise save his SwordAndSorcery world Magnamund many, many times.

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The ''Lone Wolf'' {{Gamebook}} ChooseYourOwnAdventure series (plural, containing the Kai, Magnakai, Grand Master, and New Order series) were written by Joe Dever; the first book came out in 1984. As the opening quote tells us, the hero is the LastOfHisKind [[AnAdventurerIsYou Fighter/Ranger/Psionic Knight]] Lone Wolf, who escapes the BigBad's [[DoomedHometown destruction of the monastery]] where he and the rest of the Kai Order lived. In the course of his many adventures, Lone Wolf has to avenge his fallen brethren, foil the Darklords and other {{Evil Overlord}}s, try to rebuild the Kai Order, and otherwise save his SwordAndSorcery world Magnamund many, many times.



* LostForever: Any item you don't grab in its book (or any item from a book you skip) is generally lost forever.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: Any item you don't grab in its book (or any item from a book you skip) is generally lost forever.
20th Jan '17 3:16:36 PM StFan
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** The [[ThatOneBoss most infamous example]] is Zakhan Kimah's Orb of Death in ''The Cauldron of Fear''. Notable is that we see how he received the artifact from Lord Haakon in exchange for his allegiance to the Darklords [[ChekhovsGun in a previous book]], ''Shadow on the Sand''.

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** The [[ThatOneBoss most infamous example]] example]][[invoked]] is Zakhan Kimah's Orb of Death in ''The Cauldron of Fear''. Notable is that we see how he received the artifact from Lord Haakon in exchange for his allegiance to the Darklords [[ChekhovsGun in a previous book]], ''Shadow on the Sand''.



** A rather weird example is the Moonstone, a GOOD Artifact of Doom: crops grow better, children are born healthier, summers are longer... but it threatens to destroy the natural equilibrium of Magnamund. The ''Legends of Lone Wolf'' series elaborates: the gods have literally set up a BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil. The Shianti were outsiders who meant well, but by putting the Moonstone into Magnamund, this gives [[GodOfEvil Naar]] the right to match it.

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** A rather weird example is the Moonstone, a GOOD '''good''' Artifact of Doom: crops grow better, children are born healthier, summers are longer... but it threatens to destroy the natural equilibrium of Magnamund. The ''Legends of Lone Wolf'' series elaborates: the gods have literally set up a BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil. The Shianti were outsiders who meant well, but by putting the Moonstone into Magnamund, this gives [[GodOfEvil Naar]] the right to match it.



* BattleAura: Zakhan Kimah has this on steroids with his Orb of Death. The intro to his fight with Lone Wolf in Book 9 has him strolling across the battlefield nonchalantly, with the only normal soldier who dares strike him being instantly disintegrated. [[ThatOneBoss This is very likely to happen to Lone Wolf as well.]]

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* BattleAura: Zakhan Kimah has this one on steroids with his Orb of Death. The intro to his fight with Lone Wolf in Book 9 has him strolling across the battlefield nonchalantly, with the only normal soldier who dares strike him being instantly disintegrated. [[ThatOneBoss This is very likely to happen to Lone Wolf as well.]]



* BeardOfEvil: Prince Lutha sports a very neat goatee.

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* BeardOfEvil: Prince Lutha sports a very neat goatee.goatee, and he's a devoted agent of Naar trying to execute Lone Wolf.



* BeautyEqualsGoodness: The good races in the series are mostly human or humanoid, and the good gods like Kai and Ishir, and good god-like beings like Alyss, Serocca and the Shianti are humanoid as well with additions that would seem exotic rather than off-putting. Most of the races affiliated with evil are ugly or monstrous in some way, the villain leaders are mostly demonic abominations, and the evil deities like the Chaos-Master and Naar himself are hideous ever-shifting mishmashes of various different species. There are a couple of exceptions like [[spoiler: the Crocaryx who are actually servants of the good gods]], and Shamath on Naar's side.

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: The good races in the series are mostly human or humanoid, and the good gods like Kai and Ishir, and good god-like beings like Alyss, Serocca and the Shianti are humanoid as well with additions that would seem exotic rather than off-putting. Most of the races affiliated with evil are ugly or monstrous in some way, the villain leaders are mostly demonic abominations, and the evil deities like the Chaos-Master and Naar himself are hideous ever-shifting mishmashes of various different species. There are a couple of exceptions like [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Crocaryx who are actually servants of the good gods]], and Shamath on Naar's side.



* BlackAndGrayMorality: Most of the kingdoms Lone Wolf visits contain a lot of bandits and paranoid guards who attack first and ask questions later. Lone Wolf himself is a case of GoodIsNotNice. Almost anybody who attacks him is killed, even if they are mere guards doing what they think is their duty or thinking that Lone Wolf is a criminal (Lone Wolf is sometimes given the option to fight non-lethally, but it's uncommon).



* BlackAndWhiteMorality: Things are pretty clean-cut in these books, especially with how most of the villains are outright demonic beings in the direct employ of the supreme god of evil...
** BlackAndGrayMorality: ... however, most of the kingdoms Lone Wolf visits contain a lot of bandits and paranoid guards who attack first and ask questions later. Lone Wolf himself is a case of GoodIsNotNice. Anybody who attacks him is killed, even if they are mere guards doing what they think is their duty or thinking that Lone Wolf is a criminal.

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* BlackAndWhiteMorality: Things are pretty clean-cut in these books, especially with how most of the villains are outright demonic beings in the direct employ of the supreme god of evil...
** BlackAndGrayMorality: ... however, most of
evil. However, see the kingdoms Lone Wolf visits contain a lot of bandits and paranoid guards who attack first and ask questions later. Lone Wolf himself is a case of GoodIsNotNice. Anybody who attacks him is killed, even if they are mere guards doing what they think is their duty or thinking that Lone Wolf is a criminal.BlackAndGrayMorality entry above.



* CanonImmigrant: Alyss, [[GreatGazoo the mischievous demigoddess]], originated in the ''Legends of Lone Wolf'' novels penned by John Grant, but showed up in the proper adventure starting Book 16.

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* CanonImmigrant: Alyss, [[GreatGazoo the mischievous demigoddess]], originated in the ''Legends of Lone Wolf'' novels penned by John Grant, but showed shows up in the proper adventure starting Book 16.



** Book 11 has Lone Wolf take on the aforementioned Chaos-master, the equivalent of the Devil in the Daziarn. Even other physical gods are afraid of it. On the other hand, if you brought the Sommerswerd with you on this adventure, [[ThatOneBoss it's probably not a fight you'll win]].

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** Book 11 has Lone Wolf take on the aforementioned Chaos-master, the equivalent of the Devil in the Daziarn. Even other physical gods are afraid of it. On the other hand, if you brought the Sommerswerd with you on this adventure, [[ThatOneBoss it's probably not a fight you'll win]].[[invoked]]



* {{Fiction 500}}: High-Mayor Cordas. Said to be the wealthiest man in Magnamund and able to order the construction of a skyship to be finished within a month for the sole purpose of helping Lone Wolf travel home more quickly.

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* {{Fiction 500}}: Fiction500: High-Mayor Cordas. Said to be the wealthiest man in Magnamund and able to order the construction of a skyship to be finished within a month for the sole purpose of helping Lone Wolf travel home more quickly.



* GradualRegeneration: How the various Healing disciplines work in the original books. It makes dallying around in otherwise pointless paragraphs sometimes worthwhile just for the regained Endurance.

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* GradualRegeneration: How the various Healing disciplines work in the original books. It makes dallying around about in otherwise pointless paragraphs sometimes worthwhile just for the regained Endurance.



** Flasks of Holy Water in Book 4. Throwing a flask at the [[EvilWeapon Dagger of Vashna]] makes the flask explode violently. Lone Wolf will lose three Endurance points, while the villain who was holding the dagger suffers far worse: [[ManOnFire he is on fire]], [[AnArmAndALeg one arm was torn off by the blast]], ''[[EyeScream and his eyes are gone]]''.

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** Flasks of Holy Water in Book 4. Throwing a flask at the [[EvilWeapon Dagger of Vashna]] makes the flask explode violently. Lone Wolf will lose three 3 Endurance points, while the villain who was holding the dagger suffers far worse: [[ManOnFire he is on fire]], [[AnArmAndALeg one arm was torn off by the blast]], ''[[EyeScream and his eyes are gone]]''.



* ImMelting: Many of the living dead (like Vordaks, Helghast, and some Ixian bosses) dissolve into foul-smelling liquid when destroyed.

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* ImMelting: Many of the living dead (like Vordaks, Helghast, and some Ixian bosses) dissolve into foul-smelling liquid liquids when destroyed.



* KnockoutGas: In ''Castle Death'', such a gas is filling some trapped rooms or delivered by an ugly dwarf blowing it in your face through a brass tube.

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* KnockoutGas: In ''Castle Death'', such a soporific gas is filling some trapped rooms or delivered by an ugly dwarf blowing it in your face through a brass tube.



** The calacena mushrooms in Book 4. Make Lone Wolf believe he's in a fight with some underground fiends.

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** The calacena mushrooms in Book 4. Make 4 make Lone Wolf believe he's in a fight with some underground fiends.



** Another example is the eponymous "Castle Death" from Book 7, which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Book 7 is one of the harder books in the series; the castle is full of monsters and traps, and that's ''before'' Lone Wolf gets to the Maze...

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** Another example is the eponymous "Castle Death" from Book 7, which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Book 7 is one of the harder books in the series; the castle is full of monsters and traps, and that's ''before'' Lone Wolf gets to the Maze...Maze (which, for extra fun, is a NoGearLevel).



** Book 17 is pretty bad too. Nearly every enemy encounter verges on DemonicSpiders [[invoked]] territory, and the battles against the BigBad and his [[TheDragon Dragon]] are some of the hardest in the series. And just like the battles in Book 11, there is almost no chance to heal in between the boss fights. And in this case you might actually ''need'' the InfinityPlusOneSword to beat the boss (Your ordinary weapon is enchanted at the beginning of the book to double its damage against undead if you don't have it but no skill bonus is offered, and one is greatly appreciated against the demonic overlord who's the final boss of the book).

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** Book 17 is pretty bad too. Nearly every enemy encounter verges on DemonicSpiders [[invoked]] territory, and the battles against the BigBad and his [[TheDragon Dragon]] are some of the hardest in the series. And just like the battles in Book 11, there is almost no chance to heal in between the boss fights. And in this case you might actually ''need'' the InfinityPlusOneSword to beat the boss boss. (Your ordinary weapon is enchanted at the beginning of the book to double its damage against undead if you don't have it but no skill bonus is offered, and one is greatly appreciated against the demonic overlord who's the final boss of the book).book.)



* NoGearLevel: Having to survive without the normal equipment and armament can happen to the hero every couple of books early on. Notably in Book 2, after you get shipwrecked; in Book 5, 9 and 17, if Lone Wolf has to get out of jail; and unavoidably in Book 7, ''Castle Death'', when thrown into TheMaze.

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* NoGearLevel: Having to survive without the normal equipment and armament can happen to the hero every couple of books early on. on.
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Notably in Book 2, after you get shipwrecked; in inevitably shipwrecked.
** In
Book 5, 9 and 17, in each case if Lone Wolf has to get out of jail; and unavoidably jail.
** Unavoidably
in Book 7, ''Castle Death'', when thrown into TheMaze.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Lone Wolf" is not his birth name, nor even the name he was given when he first joined the monastery. It was "Silent Wolf" before he changed his name due to being the LastOfHisKind. Lone Wolf's birth name is never mentioned. ([[AllThereInTheManual At least, not in the gamebooks themselves.]])

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Lone Wolf" is not his birth name, nor even the name he was given when he first joined the monastery. It was "Silent Wolf" before he changed his name due to being the LastOfHisKind. Lone Wolf's birth name is never mentioned. ([[AllThereInTheManual ([[AllThereInTheScript At least, not in the gamebooks themselves.]])



* {{Plaguemaster}}s: The Cener Druids.
* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.) Mind, their downright unnatural good fortune plants a big flashing arrow telling all of Naar's cronies that's where the Moonstone is, and catching a guy there to steal it is what actually convinces Lone Wolf that the godstone needs to be sent somewhere safer

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* {{Plaguemaster}}s: The Cener Druids.
Druids are literally worshiping of the demon lords of disease, and aim to spread epidemics of their creation throughout Magnamund.
* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.) Mind, their downright unnatural good fortune plants a big flashing arrow telling all of Naar's cronies that's where the Moonstone is, and catching a guy there to steal it is what actually convinces Lone Wolf that the godstone needs to be sent somewhere safersafer.



** King Ulnar I, who killed Darklord Vashna with the Sommerswerd after he invaded Sommerlund. The King died in the process, but the sword was taken up by...

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** King Ulnar I, who killed Darklord Archlord Vashna with the Sommerswerd after he invaded Sommerlund. The King died in the process, but the sword was taken up by...



* PsychicAssistedSuicide: This can happen to Lone Wolf in ''The Caverns of Kalte'' if [[spoiler:he puts on his wrist the [[HypnoTrinket golden bracelet]] of a mind-controlled Ice Barbarian and cannot resist Vonotar's mental command.]]
* PsychicBlockDefense: The Mindshield, Psi-screen, and Kai-screen disciplines. They are mostly geared toward protecting from psychic combat or mental damage (which, to be fair, are a favorite of many creatures of Magnamund). Mind control is harder to defend against, and some especially powerful telepaths may manage to slip in and read Lone Wolf's thoughts while he's busy shielding his psyche from trauma.

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* PsychicAssistedSuicide: This Being forced to kill himself can happen to Lone Wolf in ''The Caverns of Kalte'' if [[spoiler:he puts on his wrist the [[HypnoTrinket golden bracelet]] of a mind-controlled Ice Barbarian and cannot resist Vonotar's mental command.]]
* PsychicBlockDefense: PsychicBlockDefense:
**
The Mindshield, Psi-screen, and Kai-screen disciplines. They are mostly geared toward protecting from psychic combat or mental damage (which, to be fair, are a favorite of many creatures of Magnamund). Mind control is harder to defend against, and some especially powerful telepaths may manage to slip in and read Lone Wolf's thoughts while he's busy shielding his psyche from trauma.trauma.
** Psychic attacks are in fact frequent enough in this setting that some non-Kai humans otherwise devoid of psychic powers learn to resist the basic Mindblast through willpower, like the knight order of the White Mountain. [[TheBerserker Berserk rage]] also provides a modicum of protection.



* PsychicPowers: Many of the Kai/Magnakai/Grand Master disciplines.
** [[SpeaksFluentAnimal Animal Kinship]]/[[TheBeastmaster Animal Control/Animal Mastery]];
** [[GradualRegeneration Healing]]/[[HealingHands Curing]]/[[HealingFactor Deliverance]];
** [[MindRape Mindblast]]/[[AgonyBeam Psi-Surge]]/[[YourHeadASplode Kai-Surge]];
** [[PsychicBlockDefense Mindshield/Psi-screen/Kai-screen]];
** MindOverMatter/Nexus/Grand Nexus;
** [[SpiderSense Sixth Sense]]/[[CombatClairvoyance Divination]]/[[AstralProjection Telegnosis]]...

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* PsychicPowers: Many of PsychicPowers:
** Lone Wolf and
the other Kai Lords are essentially Psychic {{warrior monk}}s, not unlike the Jedi. The various Kai/Magnakai/Grand Master disciplines.
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disciplines are nearly all Psychic Powers:
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[[SpeaksFluentAnimal Animal Kinship]]/[[TheBeastmaster Animal Control/Animal Mastery]];
** *** [[GradualRegeneration Healing]]/[[HealingHands Curing]]/[[HealingFactor Deliverance]];
** *** [[MindRape Mindblast]]/[[AgonyBeam Psi-Surge]]/[[YourHeadASplode Kai-Surge]];
** *** [[PsychicBlockDefense Mindshield/Psi-screen/Kai-screen]];
** *** MindOverMatter/Nexus/Grand Nexus;
** *** [[SpiderSense Sixth Sense]]/[[CombatClairvoyance Divination]]/[[AstralProjection Telegnosis]]...Telegnosis]]...
** Numerous other creatures in the setting have psychic powers, including a few non-Kai humans. They vary greatly, but the most common are some form of psychic attacks usable in combat, especially among the Darklords and their minions. Those are frequent enough that even some humans otherwise devoid of psychic powers learn to resist basic Mindblast through willpower, like the knight order of the White Mountain.



* ReassignedToAntarctica: Captain Lanza commands a fort near the frozen wasteland of Ixia because he killed the son of a noble in a drunken brawl.

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* ReassignedToAntarctica: Captain Lanza commands a fort near the frozen wasteland of Ixia because he killed the son of a noble in a drunken brawl. Most of the garrison, in fact, probably ended here for similar reasons.
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** Many of the actual place names fit the bill too, such as the Darklands, the Doomlands of Naaros (you know it's bad when it's got DoomyDoomsOfDoom ''and'' is named after the BigBad) and the Hellswamp.

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** Many of the actual place names fit the bill too, such as the Darklands, the Doomlands of Naaros (you know it's bad when it's got DoomyDoomsOfDoom ''and'' is named after the BigBad) GodOfEvil) and the Hellswamp.



* LargeAndInCharge: The Gourgaz, huge {{lizardfolk}}s used as squad leaders of the Giak battalions.
* LaserBlade: Darklord Haakon summons one from his magic stone to fight Lone Wolf.

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* LargeAndInCharge: The Gourgaz, huge {{lizardfolk}}s used as squad leaders of the Giak battalions.
battalions. These {{Giant Mooks}}s being much harder to kill than ordinary Giak officers, including by archers, they insure greater morale among the troops.
* LaserBlade: Darklord Haakon summons one a blue swordbeam of PureEnergy from his magic stone to fight Lone Wolf.



* LevelScaling: Enemies you meet in the late Grandmaster Books, or New Order series, may be things like common guards or street thugs, yet they will have stats that may compare to or surpass that of the Darklords' finest soldiers from the first few books.



* LevelScaling: Enemies you meet in the late Grandmaster Books, or New Order series, may be things like common guards or street thugs, yet they will have stats that may compare to or surpass that of the Darklords' finest soldiers from the first few books.



* LizardFolk: Gourgaz; Crocaryx

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* LizardFolk: Gourgaz; CrocaryxLizardFolk:
** Gourgaz are massive lizardmen coming from the Maakenmire swamp and employed by the Darklords to lead the Giak soldiers in combat.
** Crocaryx are crocodilian humanoids in service of the god Kai, who guard the Lorestone of Tahou in the lost city of Zaaryx.
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* BlackAndWhiteMorality: Things are pretty clean-cut in these books, especially with how most of the villains are outright demonic beings in the direct employ of the supreme god of evil.

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* BlackAndWhiteMorality: Things are pretty clean-cut in these books, especially with how most of the villains are outright demonic beings in the direct employ of the supreme god of evil.evil...
** BlackAndGrayMorality: ... however, most of the kingdoms Lone Wolf visits contain a lot of bandits and paranoid guards who attack first and ask questions later. Lone Wolf himself is a case of GoodIsNotNice. Anybody who attacks him is killed, even if they are mere guards doing what they think is their duty or thinking that Lone Wolf is a criminal.
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There are 20 books out that follow Lone Wolf himself, then 8 after that following a student of his, with more being written. There's also a four-books ''World of Lone Wolf'' [[SpinOff spin-off]] (most often just called ''Grey Star'') that takes place in the same world, with Grey Star the Wizard as the hero. There are also 12 ''Legends of Lone Wolf'' novelizations roughly covering the first 8 books, fleshing out characterization and the series mythology, as well as a ''Magnamund Companion'' guidebook. There are even ''two'' TabletopRPG versions of the books and a graphic novel spin-off, ''The Skull of Agarash'' (situated between the Magnakai and Grand Master series). A [[VideoGame/JoeDeversLoneWolf videogame spin off]] was released on Android and [=iOS=] in late 2013 and ported to PC on November of 2014. [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/461807648/joe-devers-lone-wolf-the-lone-wolf-adventure-game A board game spin off has been successfully kickstarted]].

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There are 20 books out that follow Lone Wolf himself, then 8 after that following a student of his, with more being written. There's also a four-books ''World of Lone Wolf'' [[SpinOff spin-off]] (most often just called ''Grey Star'') that written by Ian Page and edited by Dever. It takes place in the same world, with Grey Star the Wizard as the hero. There are also 12 ''Legends of Lone Wolf'' novelizations roughly covering the first 8 books, fleshing out characterization and the series mythology, as well as a ''Magnamund Companion'' guidebook. Another SpinOff called the ''Autumn Snow series'', written by Martin Charbonneau and edited by Dever, started to be published in 2016. It followed the adventure of Autumn Snow, a novice of Lone Wolf's New Kai Order. There are even ''two'' TabletopRPG versions of the books and a graphic novel spin-off, ''The Skull of Agarash'' (situated between the Magnakai and Grand Master series). A [[VideoGame/JoeDeversLoneWolf videogame spin off]] was released on Android and [=iOS=] in late 2013 and ported to PC on November of 2014. [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/461807648/joe-devers-lone-wolf-the-lone-wolf-adventure-game A board game spin off has been successfully kickstarted]].



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* WhiteStallion: Wildwind, the horse offered by Gwynian the sage to Lone Wolf in ''Dawn of the Dragons'', is described as a magnificent white stallion, and the finest steed the hero's ever seen. He has also a faint magic aura, making him swifter than the best-breed mounts, and nearly tireless.



* WhiteStallion: Wildwind, the horse offered by Gwynian the sage to Lone Wolf in ''Dawn of the Dragons'', is described as a magnificent white stallion, and the finest steed the hero's ever seen. He has also a faint magic aura, making him swifter than the best-breed mounts, and nearly tireless.
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