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Trial of Champions

Post  msistarted on Sun Dec 05, 2010 12:41 am

Trial of Champions is a single-player roleplaying gamebook, written by Ian Livingstone, illustrated by Brian Williams and originally published in 1986 by Puffin Books. It was later republished by Wizard Books in 2003. It forms part of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. It is the 21st in the series in the original Puffin series (ISBN 0-14-032030-3) and 12th in the modern Wizard series (ISBN 1-84046-434-Cool.

It is a sequel to previous Fighting Fantasy book Deathtrap Dungeon. It was followed-up by the later book Armies of Death.
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* 2 See also
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At last a return to Deathtrap Dungeon!

The warped, twisted mind of Baron Sukumvit has completely redesigned the deadly labyrinth of Fang. New traps and terrors, mazes and monsters, await you at every turn. And even before you can enter the labyrinth, you must endure the gladiatorial games of Lord Carnuss, the Baron's evil brother, whose unwilling slave you are. Can you survive this Trial of Champions and free yourself from slavery?

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The player assumes the role of a slave of Lord Carnuss. His brother, Baron Sukumvit has revised the dungeon from the original book and is offering 20,000 Gold Pieces to anyone who can survive it. The main objective is to pass through the dungeon and be freed from slavery but first the player must survive rigorous gladiatorial training, along with 41 other 'contesters'.

Four other contestants enter the Trial of Champions labyrinth along with the player; a Chaos Champion in a spiked suit of armour, an Eastern Warlord, an Elf prince and a Dwarf noble.

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