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Clash of the Princes. 1986 Clash of the Princes
by Andrew Chapman & Martin Allen
First published 1986.
Puffin Books.
London.
ISBN 0140953140.
Paperbacks. Issued in a slipcase.
Slipcase illustration by John Blanche.

Notes
Clash of the Princes, a slipcased set containing:

  • The Warlock's Way
  • The Warrior's Way
Publisher’s Blurb – Side of Slipcase
At last – a thrilling TWO-PLAYER, two-book Fighting Fantasy adventure!*

The perilous Trial of Kingship awaits you! In the golden city of Gundobad, you are twin princes – one a Warrior-Prince and one a Warlock-Prince – each with your own particular skills and strengths.

It is time for one of you to succeed to the throne, and you must face the Trial of Kingship. But only one of you can win through. Which brother will it be?

Beware! Vile monsters and deadly dangers lie in wait. Two dice, a pencil, an eraser – and a friend! – are all you need.

Each book can also be played solo!

 
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