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After all That's the real goal of the book, the treasure, and not killing the warlock. Other books tend to not use that sort of thing. At least so out of the blue.
I had a pretty big collection and gave it away for some stupid reason a few years ago. I started collecting them again last week, picked up six of them plus two of the Sorcery books and two of the Advanced Fighting Fantasy books across three thift stores.
I'm contemplating writing one inspired by Event Horizon, playing as a space marine boarding a lost ship where things have gone very, very wrong. They were my gateway drug to fantasy gaming when I was a kid.
My favourite was pic related. I liked it a lot, since it's quite a change in pace. Picking skills was fun, even if it was kinda a toss up. Not having a huge impending doom ave it a more relaxed feel, so you could more risky decisions.
Then again, Deadspace itself is just Event Horizon. I think it could be a lot of fun, though. Since it's all taking place on one thing, a big ship, you can have a map, and some sort of general feel on how the adventure will go in each section.
Go tot he medical bay and see how fucked shit has gotten? Or go to engines to restore power?
I'm mucking around with the idea of a semi-open map that expands as you restore certain systems on the ship and find certain key cards. The ship systems have an impact on the general environment to, for example a negative skill modifier until you restore power to the lighting system.
The other feature I'm looking at is adding a squad system, so as you find survivors you may find someone with useful skills to help with an encounter you're stuck on. I haven't read Space Assasin, il definately need to check it out. Not the reprints, but the greenspines. My best acquisition was Magehunter, which I stole from a primary school.
There are a lot of variety in the Fighting Fantasy books. Later books, especially those written by Paul Mason, such as Magehunter and The Riddling Reaver have a lot more complexity. Magehunter is notable, because due to it's system of checking keywords at certain moments, it's possible to end up at the same Paragraph between different playthroughs but have something entirely different happen.
Creature of Havoc is well known to suffer from a misprint that renders the book unwinnable unless you know where to turn to beforehand. Bizarrely, I have 3 copies of this book. My favourite Fighting Fantasy novel would have to be Black Vein Prophecy, also by Paul Mason due in part to it's fantastic worldbuilding.
Inventive early stat assignment, and general mystique. You're bad, and not in the good way. I'm sure they would have just thrown it away, or pulped it. I believe Crimson Tide averts this for a bit, though probably because they're kids.
You could do what the thing game tried to, and if it's an innfection do some sort of suspense on that. For fighting with allies, there are plenty of ways to have them be a non-factor in combat, such as them fighting enemies you don't have to roll against. Or simply adding in a damage buff to any hits you make.
For good map layout, I would read City of Theives, as it balances out you exploring Port Blacksand, as well as going along a general narrative path. You can't explore each street iin 1 playthrough, but you CAN complete the game regardless. Citadel of Chaos is fun with its crazy mixed-up monsters.
It's interesting in that you can actually restart it without losing your stuff, if you reach the end but haven't completed it. You are correct in that Those three are connected, though. Maybe make 1 person for them and try to win each book. Haha, good luck. It's presented as a tweeeest to do with the bad guy, except there's no reason for the PC not to have known it earlier in the story.
And I played it as a warrior. I was confused beyond all fuck. I can only imagine how weird things would have gotten if I'd been able to use ZED. The fucking Sewers. You are walking along, then hear rumbling. A pipe beside you is about to unload a bunch of shit in your face.
Do you stand strong and take it, or do you dunk under the river of sewage you are wading in? No, you get no chance to dodge. You are literally in the shit now, with no paddle. Without spoiling it, can you give me a hint as to how to get the password so that I can avoid your frustration?
If you don't, then you probably won't win. BUT, I would suggest you continue playing anyway, and see the rest of it. Your best bet is to ask around, since the topic isn't taboo at all. Even if the run fails, having a lead helps a lot.
Make a map of the city as you go, and add notes on what you found, so you can make your own Crritical Path, if you want. To be honest, it's a pretty great book. The setting of a city is great, and it comes to life pretty well, though kinda of like they wanted another City of Theives. Khare is a nice step up from Shanmunti, I think. It shares the A-to-B trek idea, but adds in the sidequest of getting the password for the end.
And while seeing all the sights might make you fail, it'll still be worth it. Did you guys know that the Kindle versions are fully interactive hypertexts with a dice roller and stat tracker embedded in them? The scans are awful, barely readable. Oh, and I found this site, it has some FF books available to play in your browser.