Hi Dark,

Oh, I seem o recall a dcouple of other places where whatever you chose
to do could and would likely kill you. Remember the spelling door with
the goblins?

I couldn't figure out the riddle, and so ended up just going down
through the options one by one until I found the right one. That's
cheating i know, but it seemed to me there were several right answers
to that riddle, and death, time, fate, etc only ended up resulting in
my immediate execution. So it seemed to me any random choice logical
or not got me killed. The right answer was totally unexpected as far
as I am concerned and was actually my last choice. Grrrr.....

On 8/16/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Well actually the fire exit is probably the only place in the book where one
> random choice can kill you.
> I really dislike gamebooks where it's a case of "right or left door, right
> your dead!" and there's no clue involved, you just die, house of horror on
> the fighting fantasy project site, and the novel it was based on house of
> hell are very bad for that.
> The fire exit though I thought was a bit of a no brainer, and just stuck it
> in for kicks, sinse I also tried to always make deaths as amusing as
> possible.
> Beware the grue!
> Dark.

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