The Advanced Fighting Fantasy System
Function: Rule book
Location: Titan
Publication Details
Author(s): Graham Bottley

Illustrator(s): Various
Arion Games
Cover illustrator: John Sibbick
First published: May 9 2011
ISBN: ISBN 978-0-85744-067-9

Advanced Fighting Fantasy — The Roleplaying Game is a heavily revised introductory manual for the Advanced Fighting Fantasy System (AFF) written by Graham Bottley. It was based mainly on the 1989 title Dungeoneer which in turn was based on Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. The book was illustrated by various artists and was published in 2011 (ISBN 978-0-85744-067-9).



A complete Roleplaying Game in the classic Fighting Fantasy World. Let your imagination take you to Firetop Mountain or the Forest of Doom, and have new and exciting adventures.

Contains all you need to play, including:

Full rules for Hero creation
Comprehensive but fast game rules
More than 160 Spells and magical Powers
Monsters, Dungeons and Adventure creation

Advanced Fighting Fantasy is perfect for those completely new to gaming and veterans alike, and will provide many hours of fun![1]



Cover and IllustrationsEdit


The original cover of the book was designed and illustrated by John Sibbick. It had originally been used as the cover of the first AFF title Dungeoneer.

Advanced Fighting Fantasy — The Roleplaying Game through the years
A4 Format


The interior illustrations were by various artists.

Further NotesEdit

A French translation (ISBN 978-2-9543631-0-3) was published in March 2013.[2] This contains an exclusive module Le Tambour de Gondrim.

See AlsoEdit


  1. Advanced Fighting Fantasy – The Roleplaying Game - Back Cover
  2. Défis Fantastiques (978-2-9543631-0-3)

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