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The Bookshelf Stuffer, Vol. 5: Arcane Library

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It is not uncommon for the starring characters of a fantasy adventure to find their selves picking a book off of a shelf. They may be trying to find a secret door, looking for more magical manuals, or simply browsing for something to read. But what kind of book did they retrieve? Who is the author? What is the title of the book? In this fifth volume of The Bookshelf Stuffer there are twenty possible books for the characters to come across, complete with information regarding the race or culture that the book was written and published for, who the author was, a brief description, and the average value of the book. The books in this edition represent the library selections most interesting to those interested in the theories of magic.

Written By: Dave Woodrum
Page Count: 3 Pages (Cover Seperate)

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March 4th, 2007
Useful titles and information. The details this tool can provide to you in your RPG, is very useful. Coming up with names of books your players find in a library, can be a tedious task. While titles of books may not prove to be particularly useful, [...]
March 4th, 2005
This is a fairly minimalist product. While that's expected in presentation for a product costing so little, it's in the content that it's frustrating. The company's holiday series, for instance, clearly had more creative energies spent on them.<br&g [...]
February 11th, 2005
Another nice addition to this series. I think these are getting better as they go. The first 2 were pretty decent, but 4-6 have been very good. This is not a supplement for someone who is looking for powerful treasures... it is what it advertises to [...]
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October 27, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on October 27, 2004.
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