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    Green Water, Crimson Stag – a Dragon Warriors Solo Adventure $0.00
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    Green Water, Crimson Stag – a Dragon Warriors Solo Adventure
    Publisher: Red Ruin Publishing
    by A customer [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 07/07/2021 08:28:49

    Mild spoilers follow.

    Solo adventure exploring a classic Dragon Warriors theme. One main path, but some interesting detours that could give an advantage, if you are prepared to take a risk. Ample opportunities to gain clues regarding the nature of the evil. Well balanced between exploration, combat and problem solving; locations can be revisited, and sometimes it is wise to do so.

    Possible improvements: (i) entry 80, cross the river, 49 seems a better link than 95 (which loops back to 80); (ii) double use of keyword Elm (see 37 and 52), choose a different codeword for 52 (unless this was a design choice). Otherwise links seem accurate; highlighting these and other key information is a good feature. Could be modified to other systems with a little work.

    Fun adventure. Recommended.



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    Green Water, Crimson Stag – a Dragon Warriors Solo Adventure
    Publisher: Red Ruin Publishing
    by A customer [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 05/30/2021 04:42:58

    Sumptiously illustrated by the author, this short solo gamebook is a prime example of the talent and high standard of fan work coming out of Red Ruin. A quirky and atmospheric romp, with an eclectic cast of encounters and a nice sense of whimsy. Plenty of replayability with multiple paths through. I enjoyed this book. It would also fit nicely in an Arthurian style questing game.



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