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by Declan Considine Brian Bolland,Steve Jackson

  • Author: Declan Considine Brian Bolland,Steve Jackson
  • ISBN: 0140319220
  • ISBN13: 978-0140319224
  • ePub: 1809 kb | FB2: 1528 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Books Canada, Limited; First Thus edition (1985)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 524
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Appointment with F.E.A.R. (Puffin Books) ePub download

is a single-player roleplaying gamebook written by Steve Jackson, illustrated by Declan Considine and originally published in 1985 by Puffin Books. It was later republished by Wizard Books in 2004

is a single-player roleplaying gamebook written by Steve Jackson, illustrated by Declan Considine and originally published in 1985 by Puffin Books. It was later republished by Wizard Books in 2004. It forms part of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. It is the 17th in the series in the original Puffin series (. ISBN 0-14-031922-0) and 18th in the modern Wizard series (.

is a single-player role-playing gamebook written by Steve Jackson, illustrated by Declan Considine and originally published in 1985 by Puffin Books. It was later republished by Wizard Books in 2004 and 2011, and again in 2018 by Scholastic Books with new illustrations by Vlado Krizan. It forms part of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series

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Steve Jackson, Brian Bolland (Illustrator). Published September 26th 1985 by Puffin Books. Paperback, 208 pages. Steve Jackson, Declan Considine (Illustrator). Lilia Leal de Oliveira (Translator). Declan Considine (Illustrator). ISBN: 1840465271 (ISBN13: 9781840465273). Author(s): Steve Jackson, Brian Bolland (Illustrator). ISBN: 0140319220 (ISBN13: 9780140319224).

Puffin Books) Paperback – Import, 1985. Appointment With Fear differs from your ordinary Fighting Fantasy adventure. Here, you take on the role of the Silver Crusader, a superhero dedicated to ridding evil. by. Steve Jackson (Author). You are based in Titan City, a place teeming with evil villains, some as powerful as yourself. Your goal in this adventure is to locate the secret meeting of the evil FEAR organization and capture its leader, Vladimir Utoshki, better known as the Titanium Cyborg. The book plays like your typical superhero adventure, and will delight fans of the genre.

is a single-player roleplaying gamebook written by Steve Jackson, illustrated by Declan Considine and originally published in 1985 by Puffin Books.

Puffin number: 17. Wizard number: 18. Genre. Fantasy Location: Titan City, Earth. is a single-player roleplaying gamebook written by Steve Jackson, illustrated by Declan Considine and originally published in 1985 by Puffin Books. It is the 17th in the series in the original Puffin series. ISBN 0-14-031922-0) and 18th in the modern Wizard series.

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I was always a big fan of the Fighting Fantasy books. Sure, they had some bad ones, but overall, what a great series! I know Appointment With F.E.A.R. has received a lukewarm reception from most, but it was always one of my favorites. You can choose one of four different super powers (Super Strength/Flight, Psi-Powers, Energy Blast, and ETS [Enhanced Technological Skill]) to assist you through this gamebook as you meet lampshades of other comic heroes (Wayne Bruce, for instance) and battle the over-the-top criminal agents of F.E.A.R in hopes of stopping the horrid Titanium Cyborg's evil plan.

There is much fun to be had and much cheese to be enjoyed while you explore Titan City defeating villains and protecting your secret identity as mild-mannered news reporter Jean Lafayette. Yes, your character actually has a name in this book! The powers are fun. Super Strength gives you an ungodly combat advantage against anything except the Devastator and the Titanium Cyborg himself. Energy blasts are fun as you can defeat most foes without even entering combat, and ETS makes you Batman (without the Batarangs). My only gripe is Psi-Powers are the step-child of the super abilities; there are some creative uses of them through the book, but not many. In fact, usually they just don't work and, more than any other power, they lead to insta-kills. Once even against a villain with Psi-Powers, when you'd think you'd at least have a fighting chance.

But that's a minor complaint. The book is pure fun and the different powers open up new routes of exploration and adventure. If you're a FF fan, pick this one up.
Tetaian
Great book. love it!
Ceck
Appointment With Fear differs from your ordinary Fighting Fantasy adventure. Here, you take on the role of the Silver Crusader, a superhero dedicated to ridding evil. You are based in Titan City, a place teeming with evil villains, some as powerful as yourself. Your goal in this adventure is to locate the secret meeting of the evil FEAR organization and capture its leader, Vladimir Utoshki, better known as the Titanium Cyborg. The book plays like your typical superhero adventure, and will delight fans of the genre. The book is very replayable too, in that you are allowed to choose your superpower. You can choose between having super strengh, psi abilities, the ability to shoot energy from your fingertips, or be able to create high tech gadgets that will get you out of tight situations. After reading the book with one of these abilities, you can reread it and choose another. The adventure is spent trying to gain clues as to the whereabouts of FEAR's secret meeting, and is a little on the difficult side. The author (Steve Jacson) also introduces a HERO point system. For performing various heroic feats, you can gain HERO points, but they are merely a guide as to how well you have done in the adventure. Your main goal is to defeat FEAR. All in all, if you are a fan of superheros or mysteries, this book will not dissapoint.
Itiannta
Now most FF Gamebooks are set on the magical world of Titan, and if not they're generally set in the future or some other science-fiction setting.

This one however is neither. It's set in the present day where a superhero fights crime in a large United States city. And this brave defender of millions of innocent citizens...is YOU. (However it's clear Steve Jackson's still into Titan because he set this story in "Titan" City and later one has the opportunity to purchase "The Warlock of Firetop Mt"!)

Basically this adventure is a superhero adventure. And a very good one at that too!

When you were born, it was an anxious moment because your parents were part of an American top-secret genetics project. Intended to enhance untapped human superpowers, and you were the result. However the success of the experiment (i.e. your powers) are so secret even the other members of the project don't know about them. And to this day you thwart criminals and stand up for human justice behind a mask. Going under the alias, the Silver Crusader.

But now The Crusaders' biggest challenge has arrived. F.E.A.R. - the Federation of Euro-American Rebels is launching a campaign to take over the western world, starting with your home town! With the aid of grasses, scattered clues and captured criminals eager for plea-bargaining, you only have a few days left to stop them.
N.B. I wasn't quite accurate earlier when I said set in the present-day, the cold war between West v East is still here.

So if...er...WHEN you succeed you can truly say you saved the world from FEAR itself!

Notice I haven't specified what kind of powers the Crusader has? That's because it's YOUR choice, that's another beauty of Steve Jackson's one of many clever brainchilds. I won't tell you exactly what, but you can basically choose any kind of superhero trait you can think of.
Ginaun
This book isn't your typical roleplaying adventure. It has actual puzzles in the story for you to tackle and you get to choose your super power. A must read for role playing fans.
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