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Dungeoneer. 1989 Dungeoneer:
Advanced Fighting Fantasy

by Marc Gascoigne & Pete Tamlyn
First published 1989
Puffin Books
ISBN 0140329366
Trade paperback
Cover illustration by John Sibbick
Interior illustrations by John Sibbick
Maps by Steve Luxton and Leo Hartas
[viii] + 408 pages

Based on the original Fighting Fantasy multi-player role-playing system, Dungeoneer by Marc Gascoigne and Pete Tamlyn is the first volume in the Advanced Fighting Fantasy series. As well as defining the basic rules and concepts (an expansion and development of the original system) this book contains two adventures: Tower of the Sorcerer and Revenge of the Sorcerer.

This cover variant is thought to have been issued in three states, priority as below:

  • 'Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone Present' in foil.
  • 'Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone Present' in black.
  • 'Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone Present' in white.
Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Direct your own Fighting Fantasy films!

Now you and your friends can create your own fantasy movies! Imagine that you are the director and your friends are the cast of heroes. Will you send them to battle with the evil wizard or recover the Dragon's hoard? The choice is yours, and Dungeoneer makes the exciting world of fantasy roleplaying accessible in a thoroughly user-friendly manner.

You can start straight away and introduce more complex rules and scenarios as you and your friends gain experience as director and actors. So, are you ready? Then let the cameras roll…

Written by Marc Gascoigne and Pete Tamlyn.

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