Great! I am finIshed at last. fire came out of me!
gigs Fri Jan 3 11:51:22 2014
I got to reference 10.
KingJezza Thu Jan 23 15:05:32 2014
Interesting and well written. Worth elaborating on and developing
If you get through it successfully, you'll see that it is indeed developed into a complete story.
Sabbianera Tue Mar 4 09:00:11 2014
After my first attempt/read I can say it's a very interesting gb. Will play again for sure.
Gigs Thu Apr 3 16:39:34 2014
Is the 'Burning house' the best ending or is there a better one?
Yaztromo Thu Apr 3 19:42:09 2014
The "best ending" will be very obvious;)
Tammy Sat May 3 17:37:40 2014
He collects my head. Very fun story.
rich gittins Wed May 14 12:39:46 2014
like it! very simple and fun, just like the books. Some illustrations would be good, but really nice
Clive55 Wed Jun 18 11:10:15 2014
When I get to paragraph 65 it appears to be a dead end.
I think I've fixed this now.
Devon Fri Jul 25 13:30:25 2014
My first playthrough,
Killed the Assassin and his employer
, but I have no idea why. It was well written, and perhaps more information is given if you choose a less direct route. I don't know, seemed a bit too short.
Gabriel Barros Thu Dec 25 05:40:08 2014
Really nice story, took me several tries before finishing it.
I suspect you haven't finished it (as evidenced by the skull attached to your message). The ending that I think you've reached does seem a bit like a conclusion, but the true ending
explains who you are.
In general, you know if you've reached the best ending of a gamebook by the fact that THE END is followed by CONGRATULATIONS.
Babap Sat Dec 27 18:45:40 2014
Great story, I love the fact that
You need to use a hidden item to win
Only I don't quite get the very last big of the ending
" smile at the though, you need to greet an old friend"
(Last sentence of the victory ending), do anyone know what that might be about? Your old magic master? Balthus' son?
Jonathan Sun Mar 22 23:45:25 2015
Super cool. Like the references to other gamebooks.
HyperLink Wed May 27 00:29:10 2015
Hey guys, I have tried and beat this game a few times, but is there any use for
The fire spell
in this game? I can't seem to find a situation where you will need it
I try casting it before
Fighting the sorceress or the assassin but doesn't work
Is this a bug or is it meant to be useless?
Alan Thu Jun 11 21:50:59 2015
Very nice idea. I didn't get very far (first attempt) even though my staring skill was 12! However, I've played enough FF over the years to recognize the clues regarding the character's history and a certain DIRE situation that he may have found himself in during a previous adventure. It's also nice to expand on Port Blacksand and meet some characters from past visits. The nod to previous game books is very welcome and I'm sure much appreciated by FF veterans. I will certainly be coming back to the webpage to play this and the other games in the future while recommending it to other, like-minded, fellows.
Bear Wed Jul 29 11:45:03 2015
A very interesting story. Finished a bit too quickly for my liking.
tyson the bold Tue Sep 13 17:18:00 2016
I would make a comment but I've just had my head cut off
finished? Sat Jan 7 11:04:37 2017
I think I might have completed the gamebook but I'm not sure.
Martin Mon Mar 27 18:08:31 2017
This was an odd adventure, but realistic in the sense this is a beggar's tale. I would've liked to know more about the dreams he were having, were they his memories, distorted by time, or were they glimpses of the assassin's life? Thanks for your efforts on making this tale!
Migo Thu May 11 04:33:43 2017
Short - and the plot was quite random. I won it on the first playthrough, so I guess it was easy too.
Migo Thu May 11 16:37:31 2017
Oh, well, now I got the true ending. It's a memorisation process, and since you have no chance of going back, it feels random and arbitrary. Quite a lot of these project books are for some reason, which adds an unfair challenge of "guess what the author is thinking". Not my favourite cup of tea.
bluejuice915 Sun May 14 13:46:12 2017
This was good. I believe I have the "right" ending, but I'm not congratulated. I don't normally like books like this will less structured traveling, but this one was very well constructed. I commend the variety of choices and the quality battles. Making it longer to further develop the backstory would be nice. Grade: 98