I tried even if i was eaten i tried NEVER SAY NEVER TRUST YOUR JUDGEMENT don't ever unestimate your self
In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away
A.E. Johnston Thu Nov 21 06:40:59 2013
Great story, and I like how it has been set up for a sequel. Wonderful!
Yaztromo Fri Nov 22 10:50:55 2013
It may be a tiny detail, but if you chose herbology and use the poison (automatically) the poison still appears between your pssessions until the end of the game, even if you used it up before.
walker Sat Nov 23 22:42:20 2013
I feel sort for the troll, he fought and died bravely. I respect him for that.
the traveler Sat Nov 23 23:20:37 2013
Nice. Very good descriptions. Thank you.
Tammy Sat Nov 23 23:58:47 2013
Kind of graphic but ok.
The blow is too swift and strong for you to avoid and the hammer crashes into you with tremendous force, snapping bones like twigs and splitting your body open like a sack. You feel no pain as your body is flung through the air like a broken doll carelessly cast aside.You land somewhere and see the stones around you turn red as your blood flows out. The pain starts to come then, but the world is fading away and soon there is nothing.
Fiver Tue Nov 26 08:53:45 2013
Loved the ending. It really gives you a sense of accomplishment after dying several times.
Donerkebab Sat Nov 30 12:35:26 2013
I'm guessing I didn't get to make use of either my skill or my items, which is kind of sad
Jordan Fri Dec 6 02:57:22 2013
Great job, Ulysses! Another amazingly gamebook wrought with beautiful detail and exceedingly descriptive imaginings. Keep up the awesome work.
Holajz Thu Dec 12 22:27:00 2013
Super amazing gamebook.
T Man Fri Dec 13 02:21:25 2013
Very good. I kept coming back to play again.
dead Fri Dec 13 16:15:24 2013
hard to play. Good you cannot cheat good Good
j.r.r. Trollkien Sun Dec 15 06:57:25 2013
been there seen that
Andrč Wed Dec 25 11:08:46 2013
Died fighting the Ravager. This fantasy version of a survival-horror type is quite atmospheric, callously-realistic (less dreamy-eyed), and entertaining. What a suiting Xmas morning start!
Great game book, although I didn"t find out any need to search for healing herbs, etc, so herbology is unnecessary.
Dreader Sat Dec 28 21:09:39 2013
A thrilling adventure. Best of luck to The Troll-Slayer's next one.
Varden Mon Dec 30 00:09:08 2013
This was an awesome story 'nuff said
Wulfrim Mon Dec 30 10:32:33 2013
Jesus, that was a hard ass boss fight! I'm quite glad I found the ending however, for I wanted my hero to become a total badass.
Ben Mon Dec 30 11:49:47 2013
Very, very good, an accomplishment worth boasting about; blends the concepts of an epic journey and intense fighting with that character building and relationship structuring that is essential to any fantasy story. Truly amazing work.