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Outline
Location: Allansia, Titan
References: 400
Publication Details
Author(s): Ian Livingstone

Illustrator(s): Vlado Krizan
Puffin
Wizard (Series 1)
Wizard (Series 2)
Scholastic
PortSch
Cover illustrator: Robert M. Ball
First published: August 3 2017
Number 6
ISBN: ISBN 1-40718-129-7
Previous Book: House of Hell
Next Book: TBA


For other uses of The Port of Peril, see The Port of Peril

The Port of Peril is a single-player role-playing gamebook written by Ian Livingstone, illustrated by Vlado Krizan and originally published in 2017 by Scholastic Books. It forms part of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. It is the 6th in the Scholastic series (ISBN 1-40718-129-7).

CreationEdit

BackgroundEdit

PART STORY, PART GAME - PURE ADVENTURE!

Are YOU brave enough to face the savage demons of the underworld...?

Evil stalks the land as undead hordes rise from their graves to terrorize the living. Embark on an epic quest from Moonstone Hills, to the shadowy streets of Port Blacksand, to the depths of Darkwood Forest, and ultimately face your worst nightmare...

May Your Stamina Never Fail!
[1]

RulesEdit

Equipment ListEdit

Cover and IllustrationsEdit

Main article: The Port of Peril (illustrations)

Covers

The books features a cover by Robert M. Ball. The cover of the "Collector's Edition" is by Iain McCaig.

The Port of Peril through the years
2017 2017
PortSch TBA
Scholastic Scholastic Collector's Edition
£6.99 £35.00

Illustrations

The book is illustrated by Vlado Krizan.

Intertextual ReferencesEdit

Other MediaEdit

Main CharactersEdit

YOU: Hero of The Port of Peril

LocationsEdit

EncountersEdit


Further NotesEdit

ErrorsEdit

  • In sections 1 and 268 you are instructed to add 1 point to your Stamina after eating some food, even though you can't have lost any Stamina yet and cannot exceed your maximum.
  • You are described as "penniless" and unable to buy anything in 247, but it is possible to have received money as a reward by then.
  • It is possible to reach reference (17) without a jar
  • It is possible to reach reference (39) without a pistol
  • Plane is consistently misspelt "Plain" (eg. "Plain of Pain").
  • On both maps, Salamonis is misspelt "Salamons". Also, "Deedle Water" occupies the location of the town of Dree, as described in Creature of Havoc (FF24). Deedlewater is a river in FF24.
  • Sukumvit is misspelt "Sukhumvit". Ironically, this is the real spelling of the place in Thailand!
  • You are supposed to be penniless and hungry at the start, yet the Rules say you commence the adventure with 10 sets of provisions and a magic potion.
  • When you are forced to exchange your sword at (4), you get -2 Skill points. When you fetch the ornamental sword in the Hog House at (294), you don't receive any deductions. So either the ornamental sword is as good as your original one, and you should get back those 2 Skill points if you lost your original sword, or it is just as bad as the one you get from the card player, in which case you should lose 2 Skill points if you had your original sword with you.

DedicationEdit

See AlsoEdit


ReviewsEdit

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Template:FF66 - Back Cover

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