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Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons ➶ [Read] ➲ Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons By Rose Estes ➾ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Forced into a duel of wizards at the mysterious Rainbow Castle, you are magically separated from your teacher and grandfather, Pentegarn, who battles for his life against three evil wizards You must g Forced into a the Rainbow Epub Û duel of wizards at the mysterious Rainbow Castle, you are magically separated from your teacher and grandfather, Pentegarn, who battles for his life against three evil wizards You must get back to him The paths you may take are many and the choices are yours Will you be thrust into Limbo and be forced to explore the misty cloud castle and meet giant Rainbow Revenge of PDF or Dragons Will you go into the dungeons and fight the strange monsters of the lower regions Or will you venture up into the highest towers of Rainbow Castle and be forced to overcome the magical taps that the evil wizards have set for you and your friends Action and adventure are yours in every ENDLESS QUEST book You will find yourself returning again and again to experience new of the Rainbow PDF Î paths of excitementRemember Only your choices can help being about the Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons.

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  • Paperback
  • 157 pages
  • Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons
  • Rose Estes
  • English
  • 20 October 2019
  • 0880380217

About the Author: Rose Estes

Rose Estes is the Rainbow Epub Û the author of many fantasy and science fiction books, including full length novels and multiple choice gamebooks After contributing extensively to TSR, Inc s Dungeons and Dragons Endless Quest series of which she wrote the first six, as well as others later down the line , she wrote her first full length novel, Children of the Dragon She continued to write for TSR Revenge of PDF or by writing six volumes in a series of Greyhawk novels She contributed to other series, but continued to write books and start series of her own that, like Children of the Dragon, take place in a fantasy or science fiction world created by her own imagination She also wrote the Golden Book Music Video Sing, Giggle and Grin.



10 thoughts on “Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons

  1. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Dragons and wizards and rainbows Not what I normally go in for, but I did dig out some enjoyment from Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons, a sequel of sorts in the Endless Quest series A few characters from Pillars of Pentegarn are onboard for another adventure This time young Jaimie and his animal pals find themselves lost in a castle and must escape in time to save their good wizard friend from three underhanded wizard baddies.I reread Revenge in prep for this review and this is what happened Dragons and wizards and rainbows Not what I normally go in for, but I did dig out some enjoyment from Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons, a sequel of sorts in the Endless Quest series A few characters from Pillars of Pentegarn are onboard for another adventure This time young Jaimie and his animal pals find themselves lost in a castle and must escape in time to save their good wizard friend from three underhanded wizard baddies.I reread Revenge in prep for this review and this is what happened in my Choose Your Own Adventure style reading fun Adventure 1 Given three choices of where to hang out in the castle while the wizards are battling, I chose Limbo , not because it sounded appealing, but rather it was the first choice Limbo in this book is depicted as a cloud landscape with some distant caves and a castle I saved an ingrate child from the castle and, realizing this whole hang out while we battle thing is just a ruse to get us out of the way so the baddies could dispatch my friend, we head back towards the wizard battle However, in one of the craftier choice conundrums posed in an Endless Quest book, I made a blunder that got us all killed Adventure 2 Tried Limbo again, wanting to check out those caves Here be dragons With little to no effort, the day is won with FABULOUS rainbow magic Adventure 3 Chose the tower this time and ended up battling spiders, 3 headed dogs and animated suits of armor At one point there was an opportunity to die in an obvious and idiotic way, after which the author suggests you go back and pick a different pathNot start from the beginning again, mind you Many of these books suggest at The End that you start all over, but not this one The above mentioned scenario is the only time in this book that you get a do over It s like Estes feels bad for the shortbus kid Go on, Sport, give it another go You can do it Adventure 4 I wanted to try the tower again This one ended with one of the most ridiculously obvious choices Remember, you re trying to escape in order to get back and rescue your wizard friend from the wizard baddies So, towards the end of this reading adventure, I found a library with a book containing three spells Grow huge, become super wise, or Rescue a Friend Wow Adventure 5 In a desire to give every major pathway in this book a shot, I tried The Game Room next Turns out it s a dungeon I met an old man and played with his stones I obtained the key to the kingdom and I AM CHAMPION Adventure 6 That last ending was pretty kickass, but I thought I d try the game room onceI recalled an interesting choice I passed up the first time This led me to some fungi, who weren t exactly fun guys Well, that was an enjoyable trot down memory lane When I was but a young lad, I read and reread Revenge and recalled being annoyed by it Part of the problem is your animal friends, Owl and Fox, who provide too much goddamn comic relief Too many goofy scenes that go for the cheap laugh The other major issues is that the dragons hardly ever appear They re in the title, they re on the cover, but they re barely in the book at all There s essentially one dragon scenario That s disappointing Otherwise, this isn t a bad little book in the Endless Quest series The old characters, familiar from my childhood as well as from this being a sequel, gave me warm fuzzies I m actually surprisedsequels weren t written for this series Most are just one offs Endless Quest, being a series by nature, really dropped the ball on not serializing their characters And they might as well have, because usually you play the same kind of character, either an elf or a young androgynous human Overall, Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons provides good times, just not great times Not a euphemism

  2. Michael Michael says:

    This book gets a low three stars, while Mountain Of Mirrors got a high 3 star rating Even though they are both flawed, the other one is better for repeat readings This one is disappointing, but not so disappointing that I m willing to knock it all the way down to two.The biggest problem with this book as a choose your own adventure is that it s too easy, and that most of the pathways through it are too short There are some imaginative and exciting outcomes you can reach, but without an oc This book gets a low three stars, while Mountain Of Mirrors got a high 3 star rating Even though they are both flawed, the other one is better for repeat readings This one is disappointing, but not so disappointing that I m willing to knock it all the way down to two.The biggest problem with this book as a choose your own adventure is that it s too easy, and that most of the pathways through it are too short There are some imaginative and exciting outcomes you can reach, but without an occasional failure, there s no reason to keep coming back and trying again, and without longer stories, it seems to provide little bang for its buck I played it seven times this last week, and I won five times each time by doing something different, so I was never moved back onto a previous winning path The two times I lost, I basically had to deliberately make stupid decisions to see what would happen Now, for a small child, that can be a good thing, but for the early young adult audience this was presumably intended for, that s boring Putting so many unique paths to victory in the book also means that each path is pretty short, and a short adventure is rarely memorable, which is why I didn t come back to itoften, I think.There are some other problems as well The first is the title In a sense, the title is a spoiler for one particular outcome of the adventure I think in three of my four winning paths there were no rainbow dragons at all, and one of them only included them briefly at the end, and they really had no revenge in that version Duel at Rainbow Castle would be aaccurate description, although the TSR marketing dept probably thought dragons would sell better than castles The other problem is the opening gambit Both Dungeon of Dread and especially Mountain Of Mirrors had long expository sections with no choices, which is understandable in setting up a story This one tries to trick you into thinking you have choices at two points in the exposition, but choosing the wrong decision on either just dumps you back into the narrative after a brief distraction That s just annoying Choices should be choices, and they should have an effect on the outcome, or be eliminated in editing Those distraction pages could have been put to better use adding color to the story The endings are all pretty much the same as well you go back to the place you started from, only this time things go well because of the choices you made along the way That s not really a criticism, by the way, but it emphasizes the fact that all of the interesting stuff happens in the middle, during the few choices you do get between the exposition and the all too sudden endings This is where Estes s imagination really shines, and there are some very creative middle sections, which will be enjoyed by youthful fantasy fans It won t take you long to exhaust them, but they are worth it, for people who enjoy DD and related worlds

  3. TC TC says:

    This was my very first pick your own path adventure book and I wish I still had it I loved these when I was a pre teen and still have some of my Sherlock Holmes style adventures that I pretty much keep for old times sake This wasn t the best of the books I played , but being the first it always holds a special place in my memory.

  4. Toni Serrano Martínez Toni Serrano Martínez says:

    Continuaci n directa de Las Columnas de Pentegarn que, desafortunadamente, no alcanza el alto nivel de su predecesora.Nos encontramos ante una historia con un talante mucho m s infantil que su entrega anterior y con una historia mucho menos t trica Es por ello una mala novela De hecho, no lo es Es m s, continua la historia de forma directa por supuesto, nicamente a uno de sus finales, el considerado perfect ending de la entrega anterior , aportando una conclusi n casi necesaria La nar Continuaci n directa de Las Columnas de Pentegarn que, desafortunadamente, no alcanza el alto nivel de su predecesora.Nos encontramos ante una historia con un talante mucho m s infantil que su entrega anterior y con una historia mucho menos t trica Es por ello una mala novela De hecho, no lo es Es m s, continua la historia de forma directa por supuesto, nicamente a uno de sus finales, el considerado perfect ending de la entrega anterior , aportando una conclusi n casi necesaria La narrativa tampoco est nada mal y aporta una diversidad de caminos y finales muy interesantes, pero no es tan genial como lo era la otra.Las comparativas son odiosas, lo s , pero es imposible no hacerlo en este caso Por supuesto se puede leer independientemente, pero merece la pena no hacerlo para enterarnos de todos los detalles

  5. Joey V. Joey V. says:

    While I did like this book, it represents the worst feature of choose your path books Namely, several choices give you no choice whatsoever You re given three choices to pick from, but two of them lead directly back to the same page, forcing you to choose the third one anyway Also, I saw no dragons, rainbow or otherwise Given the title of the book, I would expect the one thing for the various paths to have in common, if no other similarities at all, would be dragons Rainbow dragons Wan While I did like this book, it represents the worst feature of choose your path books Namely, several choices give you no choice whatsoever You re given three choices to pick from, but two of them lead directly back to the same page, forcing you to choose the third one anyway Also, I saw no dragons, rainbow or otherwise Given the title of the book, I would expect the one thing for the various paths to have in common, if no other similarities at all, would be dragons Rainbow dragons Wanting revenge

  6. Robert Crisp Robert Crisp says:

    I loved this book as a kid the whole series, in fact and was glad to find a used copy online I ve been reading it to my eight year old son, and he loves it The book follows the Choose Your Own Adventure model, so you can meet a bad end, but there s nothing graphic about it The darker endings arespooky than anything.

  7. Jsrott Jsrott says:

    Not sure why I didn t like this one as much as the others when I was a kid maybe it had something to do with rainbow dragons I like it much better now for its multiple choices and several different outcomes.

  8. Brad Brad says:

    The same review I wrote for Zork applies for this book also.

  9. Russ Painter Russ Painter says:

    This was one of my favorite books when I was a kid It was cool because you could choose what the characters would do and there were different endings depending on your choices.

  10. Rachel Brown Rachel Brown says:

    Adorable, lighthearted entry in the Choose Your Own Adventure series, with rainbow dragons, a castle in the clouds, and a bratty princess.

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