These three large, thick trade paperback books were published by an amateur author through a print-on-demand service. Clearly inspired by Lone Wolf, the books include a complex game system with multiple character options, lots of skills to choose from, character advancement, combat, inventory management and the ability to use the information within as a multiplayer role-playing game. The books feature a fairly unique structure, being broken into many chapters, each of which is essentially a mini-gamebook of approximately thirty to forty sections. In spite of their interesting characteristics, the books are marred by editorial errors, and their amateur origins are hard to miss.
Gamebooks1. The Rangers of Taradoin: A Solo and Multiplayer Roleplaying Game
2. The Rangers of Taradoin: Of Cunerall Larinon and the Scions
3. The Rangers of Taradoin: The Heritage
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