Butler to the Dark Lord: A Grim Choices gamebook
|Rating||:||4.26 (650 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||232 Pages|
About the Author Sam Bowring is an author and stand-up comedian living in Sydney, Australia. . To see comedy clips or read more of his nonsense, visit sambowring
A butler's work is never done. Guy with Beard As the butler to the evil overlords, you have to make decisions on how to run the castle and avoid getting fireballed by your master.This is like those choose your own adventure (CYOA) books that were popular a few years ago (and probably still are with kids). But this one is geared towards a slightly older audience (adults who still think like kids at times). It is filled with slightly dark humor.There are a few upgrades to those old CYOA books. Since it is o. Choose to be bad and feel good about it! Patrick R. Karns I didn't realize how much I missed choose your own adventure books until I read through this the first time, and the second, and the third. Each time trying a different response to the devilish options we were presented.This book is a great opportunity to exercise those darker thoughts. Should you flatter or insult someone? Help or hinder? Sometimes this book rewards you for either, and it's nice to see something good from choosing something so evil.The sense . Alistair Bates said Great Read.. I really love this book. It is genuinely funny and has all the charm of the old 'Choose your own Adventure'books with some hilarious and unexpected consequences to your choices. I found myself reading this over and overagain and enjoyed the different story every time.
Sam Bowring is an author and stand-up comedian living in Sydney, Australia. . To see comedy clips or read more of his nonsense, visit sambowring
With multiple pathways through the story depending on the choices you make, 9 different endings to discover, and plenty of ways to meet an untimely demise, you're going to have your work cut out for you ensuring that everything runs smoothly. Downton Abbey meets Mordor in this darkly funny gamebook for adults, in which YOU play the butler to the Dark Lord, and your choices change the story. The Stygias ceremony is about to occur for the first time in a hundred years, the castle is bustling with treacherous nobility and unwelcome relatives, there's a feast of live balfrog tadpoles to organise, and let's not forget the sinister plot to murder your master that's taking shape behind closed doors. Will you sleep with the virgin sacrifice before the ceremony? Will you sample too much in the wine cellar? Will you be able to teach the castle harpies the merits of personal hygiene? Most importantly, will dinner be served on time? Butler to the Dark