- Castle of the Mad Archmage: I love megadungeons and I have heard/read lots of great stuff about +Joseph Bloch's revamped entry into the field.
- The Dungeon Dozen: How could I not add +Jason Sholtis's collection of d12 tables to my dungeoneering bookshelf?
- Horror Companion (Savage Worlds): I haven't played anything using the Savage World systems, but I keep coming back to it again and again. I just picked up the Fantasy Companion and it has piqued my interest.
- Microscope: Ben Robbins' award-winning RPG game is described as "fractal role-playing." No GM. No prep. The more I read about it, the more I am intrigued. It can be used as a game in itself, but it can also be used by a gaming group to create settings via Microscope game sessions.
- NOD #6: I have been buying issues of +John Stater's NOD at a rate of one per month. This is next up on the list. I am currently using his Blood & Treasure rules for our Montporte Dungeon campaign.
I will quietly break the rules here and add a few extras to the list...don't report me to the blog police. I'd like to pick up some GURPS stuff in hardcopy: GURPS High Tech and GURPS Powers. I might have to settle for the PDF version of GURPS High Tech, as it out of print and the priced for print copies is steep. Tome of Horrors 4 has also caught my fancy.
Sadly, the purchase of a custom order bass guitar dented the bank account but not my shameless desire for musical possessions. Daddy wants an upright bass and a high end acoustic guitar. And I have to postpone my wish fulfillment as my wife also wants a new acoustic guitar...hard to argue that it isn't her turn when I have my new bass guitar on a stand in the living room. Obviously, the solution is a winning lottery ticket, but for now I have to balance the spending across two money-sucking pastimes.