Bloodbones has 61 ratings and 5 reviews. Gianfranco said: This single-player fantasy-role-playing lost gamebook written by Jonathan Green (Bloodbones. So, after 11 years we finally had a genuinely new FF book and, more importantly, it was the long-awaited completed version of Bloodbones. There’s less than 48 hours left until the release of Fighting Fantasy with their download – the swashbuckling pirate adventure Bloodbones!.

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Bloodbones (book)

The author has stated that this was the length he always intended it to be. Fighting Fantasy Wizard number: No trivia or quizzes yet. As we have already said, the Time stat is not too damaging to progress as long as you do not waste too much time and it does afford you some freedom.

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Want to Read saving…. Light was finally shed on the mystery in when Jonathan Green wrote a letter to a Fighting Fantasy fan containing details of the book. Posted by MALthus Dire at Monday, 18 April Ekel Adolf rated it it was amazing Apr 15, Preview — Bloodbones by Jonathan Green.

Howl of the Werewolf. The player is seeking revenge on the pirate-lord Cinnabar for the murder of their family.

Ekel Adolf rated it liked it Mar bloodones, The player must find the pirates’ secret hideout, beginning in the Port of Crabs. Christopher Conrad rated it really liked it Nov 20, Curiously, in the fantash voyage and jungle sections, the true path involves taking the longest route possible and going basically everywhere, whilst the port section involves trial and error to find the most efficient and least dangerous path through with a bit of scope for digressionwhich does add a bit of variety to the usual execution of true paths!


The game will be a free-to-play download for all Steam users, with every player receiving one full-length gamebook for free with their download – the swashbuckling pirate adventure Bloodbones! To ask other readers questions about Bloodbonesplease sign up. Bloodbones is an excellent FF with lots of atmosphere, fast pacing, and a catalogue of fantastic incidents. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Newer Post Older Post Home. Fighting Fantasy 1 – 10 of 60 books.

Stay tuned for more news and updates on all things Fighting Fantasy. Steven rated it it was ok Jul 31, Tazio Bettin rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Bloodbones is a single-player role-playing gamebook written by Jonathan Greenillustrated by Tony Hough and published in by Wizard Books. For Steve and Ianwho started it all.

The Time mechanic works well, adding a sense of urgency and focus and teaching you to avoid going off at too many tangents in each playthrough. This single-player fantasy-role-playing “lost” gamebook written by Jonathan Green Bloodbones was considered a lost book for several years, as it was initially planned as the 60th entry in the series before Puffin publishing canceled Fighting Fantasy with the 59th book. It would have been 60th in the series in the original Puffin series had it been published at the time, and is 26th in the modern Wizard series.


Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames. The player must find the pirates’ secret hideout, beginning in the Port of Crabs. It would have been illustrated by Mike Posen.

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The Warlock of Firetop Mountain Sorcery! The basic premise is a simple revenge tale, but it is the sheer quality of the adventure that carries it through. Bloodbones has been criticised for being ridiculously difficult, but I disagree with this. Apr 02, Gianfranco Mancini rated it it was amazing Shelves: Years ago your village and family were murdered in front of you vantasy the evil pirate Cinnabar aka Bloodbones and you have vowed revenge ever since.

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