teleportation. The Darklords and their minions spend more time and energy plotting against each other, in the hope of becoming the new Archlord of the Darklands, than against the forces of Good. Books in the Series World of Lone Wolf note A Spin-Off written by Ian Page, edited by Joe Dever. Fallen Hero : Shasarak the Wytch-King was once a Shianti wizard, a member of the very group that sent Grey Star on his quest. The four named Siyenese Rangers who team up with Lone Wolf's Lieutenant from Vampirium make it to the very final confrontation before they either die or wind up being left behind at the clutches of the Autarch Sejanoz. Lone Wolf spends perhaps five minutes there before escaping in a hurry in one adventure, while several hours passed on his home world. The Love Interest Tanith has to make a Heroic Sacrifice to save Grey Star but she recovers at the end of the second book.
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Earth Elementals are notoriously stupid and slow. In earlier adventures, Lone Wolf has to face the Doomwolves, the (barely) tamed mounts of the orc-like Giaks. He even has his own Religion of Evil with the Acolytes of Vashna. "Ruanon" (2008 Captain D'Val, a respected officer in the King's Guard of Sommerlund, has an adventure. Worse, the first four Grandmaster books feature such "masts" right between the climactic boss fight and the end of the book the worst offender probably being The Legacy of Vashna where a post-boss roll of 0-4 (on a d10) kills you outright.