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About the StoryTokyo Wizard is a 144,000 word tale in which you'll learn the power of magic and the consequences of it. Become one with Shinto animal spirit magic, learn powerful battle spells, or choose the path of necromancy and command an undead army! The game is entirely text-based–without graphics or sound effects, where your choices control entirely the outcome of the game. Can you free Tokyo from the evil menace facing it, or will you be consumed by dark magic?
• Learn over 60 unique spells, divided into magic schools such as necromancy and illusion.
• Battle or befriend an array of Japanese mythological creatures, including guardian Nio, bakeneko, forest Kappa and powerful elementals.
• Three different game paths with 30+ endings.
• Restore yourself to life with the save system.
David Gultom, Google Play review
Very very Amazing book. I have read lots and lots of CYOA books in my life. And this has got to be on of the best. Its story is so versatile and there are lots and lots of ending s. I have disvoberd 12 of them and expect to find more. There might be a couple of typos here and there but not bad enough so that you can still understand. Very very good book.
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