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Fan Written Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks
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Location: Rimon, Uron Heights, Pirate Coast
References: N/A
Publication Details
Author(s): Alessandro Viola
Illustrator(s): TBC
Cover illustrator: TBC
First published: 2016
Previous Adventure: Life on Barsoom
Next Adventure: N/A


Rimon, the sea-tigress, and the Pirate Coast or, more simply, Rimon is a Fan Written Advanced Fighting Fantasy gazzetteer by Alessandro Viola. It is based on Fighting Fantasy canon, but there is a lot of fan-fiction on the top, including a new style of magic: Elementalism.

It was first published online at Librogame's Land download page in January 2016 in this folder: http://www.librogame.net/index.php/download/viewcategory/191-advanced-fighting-fantasy (download is free after registration to Librogame's Land)

It can be downloaded also from Titannica: http://fightingfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/File:AFFF_2.en_Rimon.pdf and from Arion Games website: http://www.arion-games.com/affRimon.pdf

BackgroundEdit

On the west coast of Allansia, on either side of the entrance to the Bay of Elkor, there are two steep peaks, with deep ports at their feet: these are the sites of two ancient dwellings. On the southern side is Halak, while on the nothern side is Rimon. The two towns are twin sisters and bitter rivals at the same time.

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The gazzetteer in general follows the original rules set down in Advanced Fighting Fantasy – The Roleplaying Game (see Advanced Fighting Fantasy System).

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