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Wolf's Bane

by Joe Dever and Brian Williams (illustrator)

Frustrated by your defeat of his minions, the Dark God Naar plots a bitter revenge. From the depths of his lair upon the Plane of Darkness he creates and sends forth an evil champion who is the very image of yourself. In Wolf's Bane, you must hunt down and destroy your evil alter-ego before it lays waste to your proud reputation and your homeland of Sommerlund. Will you find and defeat this evil mirror-image in time? Or will you fall foul of the Dark God's plans and be destroyed by your likeness?

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book revised 2018-02-15

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