In the middle of a lonely wood, as night falls, you come upon a half-ruined mansion where dwells the undead Lord Tenebron among his servitors – depraved mortals, creatures of darkness, and luckless adventurers enslaved to his will.
Your only hope of escape is to prevail against the dangers that beset you and battle your way to the very heart of the catacombs. There, in the deepest chamber of the vampire’s crypt, you must face him and try to end his reign of terror for all time.
This is fantasy adventure with a difference: YOU are the hero! A pencil, an eraser and two dice are all you need to embark on your quest. Success and vast riches - or failure and savage death – will depend on the decisions you make!
Crypt of the Vampire was originally published as the first in the classic Golden Dragon Gamebook series.
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Dave Morris is a videogame designer, comic book creator, scriptwriter and top-selling author. He has written more than two dozen choose-your-own style gamebooks, including the acclaimed interactive SF thriller Heart of Ice, the innovative sandbox-style Fabled Lands series, and a Kirkus-star-winning interactive version of Mary Shelley's classic Frankenstein.
His graphic novel epic Mirabilis: Year of Wonders is being serialized in both print and digital editions.From School Library Journal:
ea. vol: illus. by Leo Hartas. unpaged. (Golden Dragon Fantasy Gamebook Series). Pacer/Berkley. Mar. 1986. $2.50. Grade 7-12 These fantasy adventures are considerably more complicated than most participation books. They are actually role-playing games, and must be read with paper, pencil, and a pair of dice at hand. Dice rolls establish your assets and abilities at the beginning of the book, and determine your success against the hideous monsters that wait at every turn of the path. Both the Crypt and the Temple are filled with ingenious traps, and it is very easy to get killed.
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Descripción Berkley Pub Group (Mm), 1987. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0425087611