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The Shamutanti Hills. 2003 The Shamutanti Hills
by Steve Jackson
Converted by Jamie Wallis
First published 2003.
Myriador.
Pewsey.
ISBN 1904629032.
Publisher code: MYRFF04.
Large format paperback.
Cover illustration by Mel Grant.
Interior illustrations by Martin McKenna and Janine Johnston.
Maps by Martin McKenna and Jamie Wallis.
40 pages.

Notes
d20 Fighting Fantasy Adventure #4.

A conversion of the Fighting Fantasy gamebook of the same name to the d20 role playing game system.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
It was a night that many people will never forget.
The night of the Black Moon.
The night that the Crown of Kings was stolen from the quiet and peaceful province known as Analand.
Your homeland.

You have been given the task of returning the Crown of Kings – stolen by Xamen Birdmen and now in the hands of the Archmage of Mampang.

This is the first part of your epic adventure, which will take you across the perilous Shamutanti Hills of Kakhabad.
Will you survive the deadly Headhunters, Elvins and Hill Giants and make it safely to Kharé – Cityport of Traps?

 
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