Shadow on the Sand You are Lone Wolf last of the Kai Lords A voyage to Vassagonia promises an end to the shadow of war But hopes are soon shattered upon your arrival at Barrakeesh a city full of treachery and deathIn Sh

  • Title: Shadow on the Sand
  • Author: Joe Dever Gary Chalk
  • ISBN: 9780425084403
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • You are Lone Wolf last of the Kai Lords A voyage to Vassagonia promises an end to the shadow of war But hopes are soon shattered upon your arrival at Barrakeesh a city full of treachery and deathIn Shadow on the Sand there are two adventures If you complete both successfully you will have reached the rank of Kai Master, the hightest distinction possible at this sYou are Lone Wolf last of the Kai Lords A voyage to Vassagonia promises an end to the shadow of war But hopes are soon shattered upon your arrival at Barrakeesh a city full of treachery and deathIn Shadow on the Sand there are two adventures If you complete both successfully you will have reached the rank of Kai Master, the hightest distinction possible at this stage You will then be ready to face even deadlier foes.

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    About “Joe Dever Gary Chalk

    1. Joe Dever Gary Chalk says:

      Joe Dever was an award winning British fantasist and game designer Originally a musician, Dever became the first British winner of the Advanced Dungeons Dragons Championship of America in 1982.He created the fictional world of Magnamund as a setting for his Dungeons Dragons campaigns In 1984 he released the first book of the Lone Wolf series of young adult gamebooks, and the series has since sold over 10.2 million copies worldwide He experienced difficulty with his publishers as the game books market began to contract in 1995, until publication ceased in 1998 before the final four books numbers 29 32 were released Since 2003, however, the series has enjoyed a strong revival of interest in France, Italy, and Spain following the re release of the gamebook series in these countries.From 1996 onwards, Dever was involved in the production of several successful computer and console games He also contributed to a Dungeons Dragons style role playing game for Lone Wolf published by Mongoose Publishing UK in 2004 Currently he is Lead Designer of a Lone Wolf computer game, and he is writing the final books in the Lone Wolf series No official publication schedule exists for these works.



    2 thoughts on “Shadow on the Sand

    1. The first two in the Kai series gameplay were near impossible in some passages, but after I picked up a certain sword after book 2 they became too easy. I think I lost the sword at the end of this one, so we'll see if the playing gets reasonably difficult in the Master series. All books in the series free and online in a game-book player here: projectaon/staff/eric/.Death Count:Book 1: Died 9 times. Book 2: Died 11 times.Book 3: Died once. Book 4: Died once. Book 5: No deaths. UPDATE: I actually [...]

    2. Quinto e conclusivo volume della serie Ramas (o Kai) di Lupo Solitario. Questa avventura è secondo me un po' inferiore ai capitoli precedenti, specialmente i primi tre. Penso che la mia lettura di Lupo Solitario si fermerà con questo libro, la mia età non è più quella giusta per i libri-gioco. Un sincero ringraziamento al compianto Joe Dever per aver fatto sognare tanti ragazzi degli anni 80/90 con le avventure di Lupo Solitario.

    3. This one's a bit longer than the othr Lone Wolf books and is broken into two sections, and I feel like that's a mistake. Part one is really good, especially if you manage to experience both the chase through the city and the prison break (you can skip one or the other depending on your choices), and part two starts really well but really loses steam just before the end when you stop to ask for directions.And despite the two parts actually being the same lenth, I always feel like part two is way [...]

    4. As usual there's a lot of fun adventure waiting to be had. In the 5th book, you are emissary of peace and you seek an audience with the new Zakhan, Zakhan Kimah, but of course things go awry and soon you have battle your way out of another sticky situation and escape with your life or die trying. Along the way there will be unexpected discoveries, daring battles to be won and an artifact that you need to recover first before it falls into the hands of the enemy and is used to resurrect the dark [...]

    5. I enjoyed each and every Lone Wolf book. Book 5 sends you off to Vassagonia as an emissary of peace, but of course, things can't be that simple and you end up having to escape.The "two adventures in one" tagline sounds great, but doesn't really work out well. The number of the paragraphs was increased by 50, but it's hard to offset the fact that there is a bottleneck in the middle, resulting in what feels like less paths that you could take to end the book.Still, the plot is great, taking you to [...]

    6. Good grief was this one brief! And it's got 50 more paragraph than the other books of this series. I'm a bit disappointed. There's not much that happened here. Escaped a palace, found a flying ship, went to a village, then to an ancient tomb without any traps or riddles, not even a dungeon really, and fought a big bad. End of the story. A bit meh now I realize why it wasn't my favorite Lone Wolf book

    7. I think I was 10 or 11 (23 years ago) when I read Shadow on the Sand. Being a CYOA style book (with additional element of dice rolls against character stats) I read it many times and was really taken by the world. I can even today picture clearly in my mind several of the illustrations. I never did read any of the others in the series. I wish I still had my copy, but I wore it out long ago.

    8. this is interesting. a RPG style novella. part of the Lone Wolf series?looks like Choose your Own Adventure combined with Dungeons and Dragonschecking , it looks like there's a whole series of gamebooks. cool.

    9. Bella l'ambientazione arabeggiante, il libro però è diviso in due parti e la seconda sembra un po' troppo slegata dalla prima.

    10. Two adventures in one book!!! How crazy is that? This was the defining turning point in the series - that got me hooked! Adventure, drama and an epic plot line!

    11. Read this series years ago and want to get the set and re-read them to see if they're as good as I remember. (Childhood nostalgia).

    12. fantastico. Una delle avventure più belle di lupo solitario. Ed è una tappa fondamentale in quanto dopo questo libro iniziano le avventure della serie RamaStan

    13. Un des mielleurs depuis le début de la série. Départ canon, beaucoup d'action, aventure épique séparée en deux parties et le fait que l'on devient finalement un maître Magnakaï. Wow! Vraiment bien!

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