characters Wizards of the Game 100

characters Wizards of the Game

characters Wizards of the Game 100 Ä ❰Reading❯ ➸ Wizards of the Game Author David Lubar – Gym-apparel.co.uk Mercer may seem like your average eighth grader but every day during study hall he rolls the dice and conuers the world in Wizards of the Warrior World a fantasy role playing game In the game Mercer i Mercer may seem like Mercer may seem like your average eighth grader but every day during study hall he rolls the dice and conuers the world in Wizards of the Warrior World a fantasy role playing game In the game Mercer is Shath’dra sixth level Warrior Wi. I have been thinking on and off about leaving a review for this book While I loved it my reasons are much personal than what I'm normally willing to write about To start off with I have never played a game like the one Mercer plays but I do love to play RPG video games Because of the gaming aspect and the fantasy I wanted to read it but the religion part made me procrastinate on this because I was unsure of how religious it really is It's not that I am against or dislike religion I just typically don't like to read about it Anyway before I read this book but after deciding I wanted to read it I had a bit of an experience similar to Mercer's though instead of being faced with a religious protest I was faced with one person who for at least half an hour kept repeating herself and attempting to force me to believe writing about magic in any way is bad even about something many religions are supposed to promote; ie not being prejudiced against people and always getting to know them before making a decision about them using your natural talents to help people whenever possible even if the ability is to use magic and other morals Just as Mercer experienced just because it's a world where magic exists some people are always going to try to destroy it By the way what I wrote here is the very tame version of what she saidLike Mercer and the janitor in the book I agree that magic especially since it doesn't exist in reality is fun and a good thing to have around I was especially interested inspired and perhaps a little encouraged by the way this author used a few moments from the bible to argue both sides even though I was a bit disappointed that Mercer didn't get the chance to use it in his argument The other thing I loved about this book was how much fun the author made the game sound I never understood the appeal of them before even while they are RPG games Now that I know what they are which are basically RPG adventures with friends I really wish I had one of these games and friends to play withI know in reviews I am also supposed to say what I disliked about the book but the only thing I can think of is the fact the book ended

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Ed use of magic the press picks up on the story and Mercer finds himself being stalked by four real life wizards who are desperate for his help With his life suddenly in danger role playing takes on a whole new meaning for Mercer Dickens. The great Lubar twist Realistic fiction until it spirals into sci fiAlong with his invincible warrior mage Shath’dra Mercer plans to dominate the world of Zule with his wealth and power Until that is he has to go home and set the table for dinner Mercer and his friends love fantasy role playing games Unfortunately not everyone feels the way they do When protesters try to keep the game out of school things get dicey And when Mercer gets a reputation as a wizard the real magic begins

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Wizards of the GameZards of EpubMage fighting to survive and gain wealth and power Mercer lives for the excitement of the game until one day when reality becomes even stranger than fantasy When a group of religious fanatics protest the game for its simulat. Mercer is a huge fan of a tabletop role playing game that he plays in school and on weekends with a group of his friends When he suggests that the school host a gaming convention as a fundraiser he unleashes a wave of criticism from a classmate and then the local community But that's only one plot of this novel There are a few other things going on David Lubar is always funny but I prefer Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie and Hidden Talents because the stories have a bit meat to them But then Wizards would be a good introduction to Lubar for the reluctant readers who stay up all night playing MMORPGsThis is a good book for middle school fantasy lovers though it's realistic fiction than fantasy