Greetings all and welcome to my new column: Weekend Library. I read quite a bit so I thought I would offer up a list of books that might be a little obscure but worth checking out for great game or campaign ideas for your Rolemaster, Shadow World or fantasy setting.
Six of Crows. A grittier version of “Lies of Locke Lamora”. Good characters and ideas for a urban “Sting/Heist” campaign.
The Face Fakers Game. The writing is a bit inconsistent, but an interesting system of magic that gave me a few ideas.
The Copper Promise. A throwback to the early D&D style adventures. Fun but a straight forward translation of game to store.
The Dungeonneers. Witty and fun quick read. However, it’s interesting because it acknowledges all the traditional dungeon tropes and tackles them head on via a group of Dwarven adventurers.
Free the Darkness. What type of game would you have with a character that was good at EVERYTHING?
Mountain of Daggers. Very old school (Howard or Leiber). Short stories of a famed thief.
Low Town. Great urban low-magic fantasy.