For other uses of Legend of Zagor, see Legend of Zagor (disambiguation) The Legend of Zagor was an electronic boardgame produced in , and based on . Legend of Zagor has 74 ratings and 2 reviews. Siobhan said: If the truth is to be known, these books are fun at first. Sadly, however, they quickly grow. Part 3 of the Zagor series of books (the previous instalments being The Warlock of Firetop Mountain and Return to Firetop Mountain), Legend of.
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The unbalanced nature of the characters is also a problem and playing as Sallazar only has one real saving grace in that it keeps the adventure short when he dies very quickly!
They are related to Legend of Zagorwith many characters appearing in both the gamebook and the novels. There is no doubt that starting Luck scores can be desperately low but the emphasis on testing Luck is very sparing, instead there is a huge focus on Skill testing, often with deadly or severe penalties for failure and you have no chance without a decent starting Skill another reason why being Sallazar is a lost cause.
Gareth Brown rated it it was ok Apr 23, Carters rated it really liked it Apr 29, For you as the player, though, strong inter-connecting threads between the three parts of the saga should be a comforting necessity that is sadly absent.
Great read through by the way! Jim Burns cover Anish rated it really liked it Nov 18, In he led the merger of computer games company Domark with Eidos, the name behind the Tomb Raider computer games, where he is now Creative Director. Forest of Doom Ian Livingstone.
Legend of Zagor
Its most likely because he co- created the character of Zagor. Inside the game you received: Are YOU that hero? Karl Hickey rated it it was ok Jan 05, Such is his power, he must be destroyed.
Beyond this lies the “Dragoon Cave”, whose guardian, the Flame Dragon must be defeated before entering the “Crypt of Zagor”. The heroes that the player can choose from are all characters from the novels, who worked together as a group to destroy Zagor.
Then he rolled the dice.
This is a frustrating gamebook for so many reasons and it is simultaneously one of the best and one of the worst FFs ever. The Tower Chests were each in rooms dotted around the dungeon and containing monsters of various types. Legend of Zagor is highly unusual since, as stated above, you can play as four pre-generated characters though you still have to roll the scoreseach having unique advantages and disadvantages Anvar is never taken by surprise but cannot wear metal armor, Braxus can use any weapon and armor he wishes, Stubble is advantaged against certain enemies and traps but is too short for certain sections, Sallazar is the best spellcaster and can read runes, but cannot use two-handed weapons or wear armor which greatly adds to the replay value, as each hero has a different way to reach the end.
William Morgan 22 May at Ian Zqgor has been in the interactive games industry for over 25 years. Martin McKenna Puffin Cover illustrator: Possibly a contractual thing? Livingstone’s style is considered distinct by many Fighting Fantasy fans, where the gameplay is usually linear, and the player is led through a specific plot and must collect a number of special items which are essential to the completion of a mission.
Legend of Zagor (Fighting Fantasy, #54) by Ian Livingstone
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zagir Aumonier rated it liked it Apr 25, Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Jon 10 June at Other books in the series. It was set in Amarillia. MALthus Dire 24 August at A series of novels featuring the leged of Zagor to the land of Amarillia and the battle to defeat him, The Zagor Chronicleswere written by Ian Livingstone and Carl Sargent. For several reasons, the nature of the overall plot concept means that this gamebook is unlike any other FF book published.