Bloodbones has 61 ratings and 5 reviews. Gianfranco said: This single-player fantasy-role-playing lost gamebook written by Jonathan Green (Bloodbones. So, after 11 years we finally had a genuinely new FF book and, more importantly, it was the long-awaited completed version of Bloodbones. There’s less than 48 hours left until the release of Fighting Fantasy with their download – the swashbuckling pirate adventure Bloodbones!.

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Retrieved from ” https: Curse of the Mummy Wizard Series 2 Cover illustrator: I think this book is interesting because it tells you to choose a page you want to go on and continue so it is fun and very vighting.

There is no question that this book is VERY hard, but it is also reasonably balanced, all things considered. Bloodbones is an excellent FF with lots of atmosphere, fast pacing, and a catalogue of fantastic incidents.

Joshua Mason rated it liked it Mar 21, Return to Book Page. The game will be a free-to-play download for all Steam users, with every player receiving one full-length gamebook for free with their download – the swashbuckling pirate adventure Bloodbones!

It seems that the shortest possible time you can get there in is 5 hours with 12 being the worst so you can essentially take three wrong turns and still get there on time. Tom rated it it was amazing Aug 06, Green stated that he was disappointed to hear of the series’ cancellation as Bloodbones was his personal favourite of the gamebooks he had written and had plot outlines for several more.

For Dave Holtwho kept the faith.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. James King rated it liked it Jul 06, In many ways, this is a very fresh FF — only two are based around pirates and only this one involves you having to defeat them — and it is full of energy and imaginative moments that are never at odds with its three central themes of revenge, voodoo, and, of course, salty seamen.


Fighting Fantasy 1 – 10 of 60 books. Sidney Lock rated it it was ok Oct 01, Part three is basically a jungle that provides more key equipment but the design of it is interesting and unusual in that it is randomly generated based on throwing two dice. Chloe rated it liked it Nov 25, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Plus you can always use Luck to make the later combats a bit less brutal.

Not so the case here. In Wizard Books began reprinting many of the original Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, and at one point the official website featured a poll calling for fan requests with regard to upcoming reprints which included Bloodbones’ as one of the possible answers. The dreaded pirate-lord Cinnabar, scourge of the twelve seas, plagued the seafarers of the Old World in a bloody reign of terror until a brave adventurer put an end to his evil.

The original gamebook is notorious for being the “lost” Fighting Fantasy title and although it was written during the books’ Puffin paperback run bloodboes the s and 90s, it wasn’t published until by Wizard Books.


Stay tuned for more news and updates on all things Fighting Fantasy. It also concerned the player’s quest for vengeance against the undead bpoodbones Cinnabarwho was nicknamed “Bloodbones”.

The paragraphs with a full page illustration were: Martin McKenna’s classic cover is a real blast, the storyline is excellent, the difficulty level is insane and the many path choices, the time passing rule in the first part at Port of Crabs, the always different kind of fights poisonous creatures dealing more damage, fully armored Chaos Champions absorbing damage fahtasy so onthe pirate-voodoo fantasy atmosphere seeming a great mix between Fantaey of the Caribbean and the grimdark setting of Warhammer there are Old World and Chaos in Titan world too and Jonathan Green was a Black Library author make this gamebook a must read and an hell of a ride for all fans of figjting.


If this had been the final Puffin FF rather than the desperately boring 59 Curse of the Mummythe series would have ended with a spectacular and worthy bang rather than a pathetic whimper like it fantssy. To expand on the theory that this one builds as it goes meaning you will benefit more from sticking with it right throughafter a lengthy opening spiel, the initial section in the Port of Crabs is the weakest, but this coming first does make the later parts seem all the better.

Bloodbones has been criticised for being ridiculously difficult, but I disagree with this.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Martin McKenna First published: There were 30 full page illustrations and 7 minor repeated illustrations scattered throughout the text. Posted by MALthus Dire at And this point brings us to difficulty.

I turned it down for one reason or another, and after that I heard no more about it. The basic premise is a simple revenge tale, but it is the sheer quality of the adventure that carries it through.

Bloodbones (book)

If you enjoy Bloodbones and you haven’t tried Temple of the Spider God I’d recommend that too – it’s a very similar gamebook but based around conquistadors instead of pirates. Hello adventurers, There’s less than 48 hours left until the release of Fighting Fantasy Classics! To ask other readers questions about Bloodbonesplease sign up. No trivia or quizzes yet. My Name Is Jeff Jun 5 3: