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The Advanced Fighting Fantasy System
Outline
Function: Campaign
Location: Titan
Publication Details
Author(s): Graham Bottley
Steve Jackson
Illustrator(s): John Blanche
Puffin
N/A
Arion Games
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Cover illustrator: John Blanche
First published: March 28 2012
ISBN: ISBN 978-0-85744-121-8


For other uses of Crown of Kings, see The Crown of Kings

Crown of Kings — The Sorcery! Campaign is a campaign for the Advanced Fighting Fantasy System (AFF) written by Graham Bottley. It is based on the four Sorcery! solo adventures by Steve Jackson which are turn was based on Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. The book was illustrated by John Blanche and was published in 2012 (ISBN 978-0-85744-121-8).

CreationEdit

BackgroundEdit

Crown of Kings; The Sorcery Campaign is an epic adventure for the Advanced Fighting Fantasy Roleplaying game.

The Crown of Kings has been stolen rom Analand by the evil Archmage of Mampang. The Heroes must cross wilderness and city, and face countless dangers, to recover the crown and save the Old World from anarchy!

Illustrated by the incomparable John Blanche, and packed with maps, descriptions, statistics and everything else you need to run this classic adventure. Leave now for Kakhabad....the world needs your Heroes....


Requires the Advanced Fighting Fantasy core rulebook[1]

ContentsEdit

Cover and IllustrationsEdit

Cover

The original cover of the book was designed and illustrated by John Blanche. It had originally been used as the cover of the first Sorcery! title The Shamutanti Hills.

Crown of Kings — The Sorcery! Campaign through the years
2012
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A4 Format
US$24.99

Illustrations

The interior illustrations were by John Blanche (including the map on page 10).

All other maps were by Graham Bottley.

Further NotesEdit

DedicationEdit

For Florence, Benjamin and Jo

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Template:COKRPG - Back Cover

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