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This is the front cover of the second release of Sorcery!: The Shamutanti Hills. This was a Wraparound Cover Format as was the first release. The obvious difference in this second cover is the inclusion of coloured triangle in the top right vorner, with a serated edge and the number "1" in it. In this sense it was also a Coloured Number Format book cover. The spine and backcover were almost identical to the first save that in the bottom right hand corner under the Penguin Books logo was the wording "Fantasy Game" as opposed to "Game" and in the bottom left hand corner were international prices. The writing also differed very slightly on the back cover. The first back cover, released with the original Sorcery! gamebox/slip case did not mention The Sorcery! Spell Book presumably because the book was bought in the same package as the Spell Book. The second cover specifically said "In this fantasy role-playing gamebook you may elect to become either a warrior or a wizard - the spells that will give you power are found in The Sorcery! Spell Book.", whereas the first cover said: "In this fantasy role-playing gamebook you may elect to become either a wizard or a warrior - to fight either with sorcery or the sword."
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Sorcery! is a series of four single-player role-playing gamebooks written by Steve Jackson and...
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