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The Advanced Fighting Fantasy System
Outline
Function: Rule book
Location: Titan
Publication Details
Author(s): Graham Bottley
Illustrator(s): Russ Nicholson, John Sibbick, Steve Luxton, Chris Waller and Kelvin Green
Puffin
N/A
Arion Games
AFF quickstart cover
Cover illustrator: John Sibbick
First published: 2011
ISBN:


Advanced Fighting Fantasy — The Roleplaying Game - Quickstart is a quick introduction to Advanced Fighting Fantasy – The Roleplaying Game second edition (AFF2), geared towards new players willing to experience the rule set. The book is in fact freely distributed in electronic form on Arion Games website.


The content is a quick and reduced version of Advanced Fighting Fantasy – The Roleplaying Game, seen from a player prospective, and the most important topic that is explored just marginally is magic (all styles). The adventure The Wishing Well (mod) (modified as in the main book) is presented as an introduction to roleplaying and a number of pre-generated characters are available to ensure a truly quickstart game can be played in minutes.

CreationEdit

BackgroundEdit

Welcome to a world of adventure, of proud Heroes, dark Dungeons, gloomy forests, mysterious wizards and foul monsters. A world described in this book but brought to life in your own imagination. Welcome to the world of Advanced Fighting Fantasy.

This book contains all you need to start playing one of the most exciting games you have ever played, where you can be almost anything you desire and where you can encounter great Dragons and find vast treasures.

ContentsEdit

ModulesEdit

Cover and IllustrationsEdit

Cover

The cover of the book includes artwork by John Sibbick and it is fundamentally the same of Advanced Fighting Fantasy – The Roleplaying Game, except for the title and the white background of the cover. The artwork had originally been used as the cover of the first AFF title Dungeoneer.


Illustrations

The interior illustrations were by Russ Nicholson, John Sibbick, Steve Luxton, Chris Waller and Kelvin Green.

Further NotesEdit

A Spanish and an Italian translation are available as well.

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