Dungeoneer is the core rulebook for the Advanced Fighting Fantasy role-playing game system that was published in by Puffin. In addition. Direct your friends in exciting Fighting Fantasy adventures! IAN LIVINGSTONE The choice is yours, and Dungeoneer makes the exciting world of fantasy. Dungeoneer has 44 ratings and 4 reviews. Jason said: Whereas the original Fighting Fantasy: The Introductory Role-playing Game book by Steve Jackson turn.

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The combat rules are the same as the gamebooks’, except that the points of damage Stamina loss are determined randomly: Thrown With Great Force rated it liked it Dec 21, All very basic stuff, but also important. Infernal Teddy rated it fgihting was amazing Feb 28, To ask other readers questions about Dungeoneerplease sign up.

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As mentioned above, the book provides suggestions on how to run a full campaign with the Advanced Ffantasy Fantasy system. Will you send them to battle with the evil wizard or recover the Dragon’s hoard?

Advanced Fighting Fantasy Cover of Dungeoneer. The book also provides a variety of figgting for Directors to help them run adventures. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The first adventure, Tower of the Sorcerersets the players the task of entering the tower of the sorcerer Xortan Throgwho has kidnapped Princess Sarissa of Salamonis.


So, are you ready? There are three types of magic:.

Other publications, such as the Titan worldbook, was republished as-is with no system specific info. There are two adventures included, the first Tower of the Sorcerer is a linear dungeon crawl single rooms off one corridorwith a twist at the end.

Running a city is tough, but they make it workable — there are a few key locations the PCs are led to, and there are a few random encounters city guards, fightkng, that kind of thing to make the city come alive.

Feb 19, Odhran rated it really liked it Shelves: Both these feature unique rulesets not seen elsewhere in the Fighting Fantasy brand.

Shields reduce the damage roll by 2 but also Weapon Skill I assume they mean Attack Strength by 2, dunheoneer makes them a liability, no one will be using shields. A player charactercalled Hero, is defined by:.

You can start straight away and introduce more complex rules and scenarios as you and your friends gain experience as director and actors. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Will you send them to battle with the evil wizard or recover the Dragon’s hoard?

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Simon Forsyth rated it liked it Dec fighfing, The choice is yours, and Dungeoneer makes the exciting world of fantasy role playing accessible in a thoroughly user-friendly manner. Archived from the original on Weapon damage has been improved – rather than do the plodding 2 points of damage as per the original FF rules, now you roll a die on a damage table.


At the back of the book we get six pages of monsters, each given one line of stats and one line description. The book also includes rules for a variety of actions and situations, such as climbing, sneaking, and so on. Llamastrangler rated it it was amazing Mar 16, Warlock magazine Clash of the Princes F.

Matt rated it really liked it Feb 03, Alan Lamounier rated it it was amazing May 12, Advanced Fighting Fantasy 3 books. Fighting Fantasy is the title given to a series of interactive novels also known as gamebooks that were developed by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone. Dungeoneer Titan Fighting Fantasy book.

During the adventure the players encounter a ghostly priest called Sargonwho, unknown to the players, in life served Elimthe primal god of darkness. Dungeoneer does include the Oops table, which is a great addition.

Dungeoneer (Advanced Fighting Fantasy, #1) by Marc Gascoigne

The interior illustrations were by John Sibbick. Also in the book are two adventures. British role-playing games Fantasy role-playing games Fighting Fantasy Role-playing games introduced in