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Ghosts And Ghoulies (Thrillogy)
November 30, 2005
by Chelsea House Publications
Written in English
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Liverpool is an interesting city which has been a borough since early in the 13th century. As is well known, it is a port city with all the rough and tumble that is expected of a port city, but rougher and many more tumbles and rumbles than even the . Ghost. A Ghost is a type of non-fightable Ghouly that scares the player when approached. Unlike the Super Scary Shock ghoulies, when ghosts scare you a red sphere with an evil face laughs and grows bigger. If you're in the sphere when it gets bigger you become stuned. You slow down and cannot fight when you're stunned. Stuns last different amount of times depending on the ghost.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more!Author: Deb Logan. This collection of five short stories includes a ghost story (“Lilah’s Ghost”), two urban fantasy tales (“Demon Daze” and “School Daze”), and two stories of dragons and faeries (“Deirdre’s Dragon” and “Lexie’s Choice”).
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The main story I remember had a ghost of a pirate (I think), and he was motionless, and had eyes like black marbles.
The book had a few illustrations, and I recall there was one of this ghost (which creeped me out). Another story featured a soldier at a gate, but unfortunately that's all I. Short Ghost and Horror Collection - audiobook VARIOUS (-) A collection of twenty stories featuring ghoulies, ghosties, long-leggedy beasties and things that go.
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