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Here we enter classic Fighting Fantasy; Eye of the Dragon. This is the twenty first book in the successful Fighting Fantasy gamebook series, this time written entirely by Ian Livingstone. It is set once again in the popular setting of Allansia and returns us to the popular locations of Darkwood Forest and Port Blacksand.
Book Description: The first brand new Fighting Fantasy book for over 10 years!
In a tavern in Fang, a mysterious stranger offers YOU the chance to find the Golden Dragon, perhaps the most valuable treasure in all of Allansia. But it is hidden in a labyrinth beneath Darkwood Forest and is guarded by the most violent creatures and deadly traps. To begin your quest YOU must drink a terrible potion and to succeed, you must find Maps, clues, artifacts, magic items, jewels and an enslaved dwarf.
Eye of the Dragon is the first brand new Fighting Fantasy gamebook since 1995 and within, Ian returns us to the familiar land of Allansia. The Adventure begins in the Blue Pig Tavern, where a man known as Henry Delacor makes your acquaintance and informs you of an artefact known as the Golden Dragon that lies deep below Darkwood Forest in a dungeon.
After showing a beautiful green emerald, he tells you that it is necessary to find its remaining eye in order to retrieve the Dragon. To accept his quest, you must drink a liquid that is according to him, a slow-acting poison. Down on your luck you gulp down the potion without hesitation (a little brave perhaps!), and head to Darkwood Forest.
Once within Darkwood you locate the dungeon and begin another generic Ian Livingstone adventure. Their are lots of items to collect that may turn out to be red herrings, or useful on your quest, a character who follows you throughout the dungeon in its later stages and the odd surprising illustration - look out for Thomas Cornpepper (who incidentally looks a lot like Ian Livingstone himself!)
About the Author: Ian Livingstone