RuneScape: Betrayal at Falador [T. S. Church] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the kingdom of Asgarnia, though the Knights of Falador. Editorial Reviews. Review. “A fast paced monster bashing epic with good use of military Runescape: Betrayal at Falador – Kindle edition by T. S. Church. Betrayal at Falador is the first ever tie-in novel to RuneScape. In the kingdom of Asgarnia, though the Knights of Falador defend the land and protect the people.
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Eventually, help is summoned and Kara-Meir and Theodore lead an army of dwarfs and Imperial Guards. The arrival of the enigmatic Kara-Meir coincides with a spate of horrific killings plaguing the surrounding Kingdom of Asgarnia and heralds the unconscionable: The characteristics are interesting, well-developed with some attention to flaws and personality so that they are not “wooden.
Book of Cain Deckard Cain 8. A few plot lines are left unresolved, preparing the way for numerous sequels. Since I played the game, I found it very easy to follow and know a lot about characters and their stori Betrayal at Falador is a fantasy book based on the popular browser game known as Runescape. Reading this book brought me back to those days. It reeks of classic fantasy adventure.
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Betrayal at Falador opens on a stormy night when a semi-conscious girl seemingly materialises out of thin air by the gates to the castle of the White Knights, guardians of Falador.
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All faaldor all definitely worth a read and if they do release another which I hope they do I will be reading it. Since then, the author, T.
As a kid, RuneScape was a game I always loved to play. It’s not a deep read, by any means, but it’s fun, engaging, and it moves along quickly. As you can imagine, this factor was not apparent in Betrayal. The characters are all likeable and realistic. It hits bookshelves in March of It is an awsome story I recommend you all to read it.
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BAF was clearly written to appeal to the Runescape fan. Jagex auctioned ten such copies of the novel, one per week over a period of ten weeks. It’s actually a pretty fun read!
So writing from the perspective of someone who does not valador Runescape I’ve actually never heard of it the three books in this story are really pretty good. I have been a huge fan of the Runescape game for many years now, and originally purchased this book back when it was published in !
Betrayal at Falador by TS Church
Jun 04, Niall-ryan rated it it was amazing. This is a well paced interesting, meaty book. Kara-Meir witnesses Master Phyllis’s death – a man who took her in as a young child, teaching her how to fight and smith.
There are no faladro topics on this book yet. I thought it was amazing. Trivia About Betrayal at Falador. Flash Sean C Sousa 7.
If you like knights, strong heroins and magic this is a book for you! Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase.
Open Preview See a Problem? I won’t delve to deeply into the plot but it was very well constructed and I found it to be a real page turner. The protagonist is a young hunter, Kara-Meir, who is also featured in the RuneScape video game.
This fantasy epic opens with the discovery of a mysterious woman, found close to death within the walls of Falador Castle. Certain plot elements are only introduced into the narrative at the point they are revealed to be important, the flow of the book is disrupted by excessive use of chapters seventy-seven in four hundred odd pages!
It was like I was back in high school and college reading Gygax and Greenwood’s early stuff. When a young woman appears in the teeth of the storm, her sudden arrival launches a chain of events that endangers the very fabric of magic. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy, whether you’ve ever played the Runescape game or not. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Church also known as Tom or Thomas when he was still just a RuneScape player like you, or me.
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