The Rings of Kether

A dangerous undercover mission on a wild and lawless planet Corruption is rife in the Alpha Cygni system and the flow of the illicit narcotic Satophil d from the spaceports of the planet Kether has grown to enormous proportions.Several attempts have been made to crack the notorious drug rings of Kether, with no success Now the Galactic Federation has entrusted YOU with thA dangerous undercover mission on a wild and lawless planet Corruption is rife in the Alpha Cygni system and the flow of the illicit narcotic Satophil d from the spaceports of the planet Kether has grown to enormous proportions.Several attempts have been made to crack the notorious drug rings of Kether, with no success Now the Galactic Federation has entrusted YOU with this dangerous undercover mission in this wild and lawless place But will YOU succeed Two dice, a pencil and an eraser are all you need to make your journey YOU decide which way to go, which dangers to risk and which enemies to fight
The Rings of Kether A dangerous undercover mission on a wild and lawless planet Corruption is rife in the Alpha Cygni system and the flow of the illicit narcotic Satophil d from the spaceports of the planet Kether has gr

  • Title: The Rings of Kether
  • Author: Andrew Chapman Terry Oakes
  • ISBN: 9780440974079
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Rings of Kether”

    1. “No coincidences - you’re a detective”With blasters to issue the needed correctiveTo fatties who traffic in Satophil-dIn a city that’s somewhat like Suva, Fiji(Except for the people, the sky and the weather,As it’s actually on a grim planet called Kether).So head for the library or head for the bars,Then race through the streets in an interesting car;Cajole, bribe and threaten your way round the town,And do what it takes to bring B. Babbet down.

    2. THE RINGS OF KETHER offered something a little different from the normal 'Fighting Fantasy' gamebook - for a start, it had a different author, and then there was the sci-fi theme. There were quite a few sci-fi variants in the long-running series (although nowhere near as many as there were fantasy). I never really gelled with them, although I do remember enjoying one called STAR CRASH.Lookin back at it now, this isn't bad. The text is quite fun. It throws in all the space cliches you'd expect - [...]

    3. I like it's concept and the rather tongue-in-cheek style but it turned out to be far too easy and it's 400 paragraph was a perfunctory four lines. More like an out of tune trumpet than a fanfare. Could've been great, but wasn't.

    4. Thinly disguised drug propaganda8 July 2012 This gamebook was in a word rubbish. It was poorly written and the character that you play is a moron and does not act or speak like the undercover detective that you are supposed to be playing. Granted, while offering some silly choices can put those foolish decisions in the hand on the player, simply having the character open his mouth to a potential source of information, and then saying something completely stupid, just simply did not seem to gel w [...]

    5. In all of the Fighting Fantasy books up to this point, I have found something to enjoy. This is the first one that I would rate as terrible.The plot is okayish. You play an undercover agent investigating official corruption and an illegal drug ring operating from the planet Kether. There are a lot of choices available and the investigation is mildy interesting.Part of the problem is that there is absolutely no sense of place in this book, it's simply a series of sparsely described events that ha [...]

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