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[[Image:Worlds of Power - Wizards and Warriors - Mass Market - USA - 1st Edition.jpg|thumb|256x256px|First edition, US paperback.]]
 
[[Image:Worlds of Power - Wizards and Warriors - Mass Market - USA - 1st Edition.jpg|thumb|256x256px|First edition, US paperback.]]
  
'''''Wizards and Warriors''''' is a young adult novelization of the video game ''[[Wizards and Warriors]]'' and was published by [[Scholastic]] in January of 1991. It is book number six in the ''[[Worlds of Power]]'' series, although it is the seventh book in the series. Like all books in the series, it is attributed to "F. X. Nine," though the internal text lists the author as [[Ellen Miles]].
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'''''Wizards and Warriors''''' is a young adult novelization of the video game ''[[Wizards & Warriors]]'' and was published by [[Scholastic]] in January of 1991. It is book number six in the ''[[Worlds of Power]]'' series, although it is the seventh book in the series. Like all books in the series, it is attributed to "F. X. Nine," though the internal text lists the author as [[Ellen Miles]].
  
 
In the book, Matthew Lukens leaves Earth to join the knight Kuros as his squire on a quest to rescue Princess Miranda and her handmaidens from the evil sorcerer Malkil to prevent the destruction of the Enchanted Realms.
 
In the book, Matthew Lukens leaves Earth to join the knight Kuros as his squire on a quest to rescue Princess Miranda and her handmaidens from the evil sorcerer Malkil to prevent the destruction of the Enchanted Realms.

Revision as of 14:05, 25 October 2020

First edition, US paperback.

Wizards and Warriors is a young adult novelization of the video game Wizards & Warriors and was published by Scholastic in January of 1991. It is book number six in the Worlds of Power series, although it is the seventh book in the series. Like all books in the series, it is attributed to "F. X. Nine," though the internal text lists the author as Ellen Miles.

In the book, Matthew Lukens leaves Earth to join the knight Kuros as his squire on a quest to rescue Princess Miranda and her handmaidens from the evil sorcerer Malkil to prevent the destruction of the Enchanted Realms.

Personal

I read my first Worlds of Power book, Blaster Master, in the early 1990s, but I didn't read any others until 2007 when, being nostalgic for the story, I ordered several other books from the series. Having never played Wizards and Warriors, this was the last book that I read, and I didn't find it all that enjoyable.

Status

I own a first edition mass market paperback with the card cutout and have read it.

Review

— This section contains spoilers! —

Good

Bad

  • Matthew doesn't seem very impressed about a knight suddenly appearing in his room and claiming to be on a dangerous quest to rescue a princess.
  • Most of recreated cover art Worlds of Power censored violence, and this one is no different, but, unlike the other recreations, this one was pretty low quality.

Ugly

Media

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