Greetings, fellow travelers through the twisted, labyrinthine world of arcane madness that are solo adventure gamebooks!
The Dungeon of Abkadev is a short adventure in the classic Fighting Fantasy style that casts you in the role of apprentice mage navigating a the trap-filled maze of a mad, evil, (and dare I say madly evil) arch-mage.
Using nothing more than the skill of your sword arm and your magical talents, you will face a veritable rogue’s gallery of horrors from fungoid horrors to cannibal guards.
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Do you remember this Dungeons and Dragons solo adventure module from 1984? It features an adventure through a haunted, lion-shaped castle in the “world of Sargon the Wizard” for characters level 1-3 using the Basic Dungeons and Dragons rule system.
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Like many gamebook fans, I’ve relied on a variety of media to track my progress over the years – notebooks, cards, the back of grocery lists – you name it. Recently, I returned to the Citadel of Chaos and had the bright idea to create my own adventure sheet in the form of a bookmark.
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