Occasionally Fighting Fantasy books use different kinds of English (particularly lower-status regional dialect features) to represent the speech of individuals of different social backgrounds. Examples include:

  • The landlord of the coaching inn near Lake Libra in Analand who says "Ain't no one come yer this morning" (= No one has come here this morning).[1]
  • The stablemen at the same coaching inn say "'Ere, we fed and watered 'im", "Ate most of his own weight, he did, greedy devil" and "Cost yer a gold, that will".[2]
  • The villagers who tell you about Sandar.[3]

See AlsoEdit


  1. Revenge of the Vampire - 189
  2. Revenge of the Vampire - 108, 140
  3. Revenge of the Vampire - 358

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