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The Mystery of the Griefer's Mark (Deluxe Illustrated Edition) - An Unofficial Minecrafters Adventure - cover

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The Mystery of the Griefer's Mark (Deluxe Illustrated Edition) - An Unofficial Minecrafters Adventure

Winter Morgan

Publisher: Sky Pony Press

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Summary

A Minecraft farmer must discover who is behind a series of terrible attacks on his village in this unofficial adventure novel for young gamers. 
 
In the world of Minecraft, even a wheat farmer like Steve finds himself on the occasional epic adventure. And this time the excitement lands close to home—with a loud BOOM! When Steve investigates the sound, he finds his wheat farm destroyed and a huge crater where the field used to be. Even worse, his diamond sword is missing!  
 
Suspecting a griefer is behind the disaster, all Steve wants is to rebuild and find his sword. With his wheat destroyed, he must call on his friends Lucy, Max, and Henry for help. But no sooner do they regroup than Henry disappears! And they soon discover that other villagers have been targeted as well.  
 
Who is the griefer terrorizing Steve and the villagers? And how will Steve find the resources to rebuild his prosperous farm? With suspicion circulating and no answers to be found, Steve himself becomes a suspect. Now he must discover who the mischievous griefer is before he winds up paying for someone else’s crimes!
Available since: 01/05/2021.
Print length: 154 pages.

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