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Fuddo & Slam

by John Wilson

Tolkienesque/Satire
1988

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About the Story

Laden down with gold and with GULLEM's ring safely tucked in his pocket, BULB returned to his comfortable little burrow and decided to settle down and enjoy a more peaceful existence. However, after a few months, boredom set in and, in order to alleviate this, he turned to "BOGGLING", a sport much beloved by "SHYRE" folk.

Sadly for BULBO, he was a very bad player and soon all his gold was gone! Finally, on one "never to be forgotten" day, he wagered GULLEM's ring in a last ditch attempt to recover his lost wealth... but sadly LOST that as well! He slunk back to his burrow and there he adopted the life of a recluse...


Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Development System: The Quill / Adventuron
Baf's Guide ID: 2481
IFID: Unknown
TUID: i9m9j3bo50ku56o5

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