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10th Dec '15 5:14:18 AM starofjusticev21
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* CallBack: The pregen wizard character for the third book is the villain from Morris's earlier [[GoldenDragonFantasyGamebooks The Temple of Flame]].

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* CallBack: The pregen wizard character for the third book is the villain from Morris's earlier [[GoldenDragonFantasyGamebooks [[Literature/GoldenDragonFantasyGamebooks The Temple of Flame]].
10th Dec '15 5:12:09 AM starofjusticev21
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* CallBack: The pregen wizard character for the third book is the villain from Morris's earlier [[GoldenDragonFantasyGamebooks The Temple of Flame]].
15th Jul '15 7:40:32 AM RossN
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In July 2015 a Kickstarter campaign to fund Book 7 (''The Serpent King's Domain'') was launched [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/57119387/fabled-lands-the-serpent-kings-domain/posts/1292216 here]].
10th May '15 12:28:02 AM InsomniacWeasel
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** Less dramatically, players starting in ''The War-Torn Kingdom'' are highly advised to make Yellowport their first destination and immediately perform the quest to slay a nearby dragon. It can be accomplished in an extremely small number of steps, is very easy (even for the weakest starting characters), and finishing it gives you just enough money to get yourself seriously started as an adventurer. It's all but the official tutorial quest of the game.
28th Apr '15 4:20:35 AM thisissostupid
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* SealedGoodInACan: You might free a few (the High King is a notable example). You might even become one. If you're lucky, [[HeroOfAnotherStory a hero]] will come along to rescue you eventually. If not, you'll end up KilledOffForReal.
23rd Mar '15 9:38:21 PM nombretomado
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The complexity of gameplay falls somewhere between FightingFantasy and ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. There are six stats (Charisma, Combat, Magic, Sanctity, Scouting and Thievery) to keep track of, with skill checks and fight scenes requiring (at most) two six-sided dice. There are also six character classes to choose from (Warrior, Mage, Priest, Rogue, Troubadour and Wayfarer), which determine your starting statistics and influence some quests. As the adventure unfolds, you increase your power in three main ways: finding better equipment (most equipment offers a boost to one stat), increasing your Rank (a rough equivalent to "character level") by completing major quests or overcoming exceptional trials, and increasing your basic stats through training or the completion of minor quests and challenges.

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The complexity of gameplay falls somewhere between FightingFantasy Literature/FightingFantasy and ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. There are six stats (Charisma, Combat, Magic, Sanctity, Scouting and Thievery) to keep track of, with skill checks and fight scenes requiring (at most) two six-sided dice. There are also six character classes to choose from (Warrior, Mage, Priest, Rogue, Troubadour and Wayfarer), which determine your starting statistics and influence some quests. As the adventure unfolds, you increase your power in three main ways: finding better equipment (most equipment offers a boost to one stat), increasing your Rank (a rough equivalent to "character level") by completing major quests or overcoming exceptional trials, and increasing your basic stats through training or the completion of minor quests and challenges.
5th Mar '15 5:37:08 PM Ramidel
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** Akatsurai is [[JidaiGeki feudal Japan]], complete with samurai.

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** Akatsurai is [[JidaiGeki feudal Japan]], Japan]] (specifically, the late Heian period and the Genpei War), complete with samurai.
2nd Mar '15 8:22:03 AM SeptimusHeap
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The complexity of gameplay falls somewhere between FightingFantasy and DungeonsAndDragons. There are six stats (Charisma, Combat, Magic, Sanctity, Scouting and Thievery) to keep track of, with skill checks and fight scenes requiring (at most) two six-sided dice. There are also six character classes to choose from (Warrior, Mage, Priest, Rogue, Troubadour and Wayfarer), which determine your starting statistics and influence some quests. As the adventure unfolds, you increase your power in three main ways: finding better equipment (most equipment offers a boost to one stat), increasing your Rank (a rough equivalent to "character level") by completing major quests or overcoming exceptional trials, and increasing your basic stats through training or the completion of minor quests and challenges.

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The complexity of gameplay falls somewhere between FightingFantasy and DungeonsAndDragons.''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. There are six stats (Charisma, Combat, Magic, Sanctity, Scouting and Thievery) to keep track of, with skill checks and fight scenes requiring (at most) two six-sided dice. There are also six character classes to choose from (Warrior, Mage, Priest, Rogue, Troubadour and Wayfarer), which determine your starting statistics and influence some quests. As the adventure unfolds, you increase your power in three main ways: finding better equipment (most equipment offers a boost to one stat), increasing your Rank (a rough equivalent to "character level") by completing major quests or overcoming exceptional trials, and increasing your basic stats through training or the completion of minor quests and challenges.
29th Dec '14 5:29:15 AM Andyzero
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* CanonImmigrant: ''The Keep of the Lich Lord]]'', originally a Literature/FightingFantasy novel; has been reprinted in the Fabled Lands setting; and can be used as an opening quest.

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* CanonImmigrant: ''The Keep of the Lich Lord]]'', Lord'', originally a Literature/FightingFantasy novel; has been reprinted in the Fabled Lands setting; and can be used as an opening quest.
29th Dec '14 5:28:58 AM Andyzero
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* CanonImmigrant: ''The Keep of the Lich Lord]]'', originally a Literature/FightingFantasy novel; has been reprinted in the Fabled Lands setting; and can be used as an opening quest.
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