Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Source Materials and Appendix "X" Inspirational Reading

   At the very end of the first volume will be some credits, spell indices, and a parody of the "Appendix "N" Inspirational Reading sections. The Source Materials is straight forward and serious, but the Appendix "X" is a list of famous, and not-so-famous fictitious books. I add to it occasionally, and if you can see where this list is going, I invite you to add some to it. Here is what I have so far:


Source Materials

Holmes'” Basic D&D Rules
0e” OD&D rules, either from the lbb's, or the “Single Volume” edition
Chainmail Rules – Specifically the “Man-to-Man Combat” and “The Fantasy Supplement” rules
Supplement I: Greyhawk
Supplement II: Blackmoor
Supplement III: Eldritch Wizardry
Swords & Spells

Inspirational Appendix "X” Reading

Harry Potter and the Dingus of Upper Whinging by JR Kowling
Harry Potter and Mistress McGonacall's Spell of Bondage by AL Franken
Harry Potter and the Balance of Earth by Al Gore
From Outer Space by Jose Chung
My Other Car is a Time Machine by Dr. Rick Marshall
Matt Lauer Can Suck It by Dr. Rick Marshall
GilbertGottfried reads “50 Shades of Gray” (audio book) (link NSFW) by Gilbert Gottfried
Edmund Blackadder Conquers the Klingon Empire by Rowan Robinson
Lord Flashheart and the Queen of Spain's Erotic Holiday in the Scottish Highlands by Tony Atkinson
Jenny Starpepper and the Great White Gibbon by Adam Shadowchild 
Jenny Starpepper and the Spitting Worm by Adam Shadowchild
Jenny Starpepper and the Great Brass Hen by Adam Shadowchild
Fluxing Uranus by Adam Shadowchild
Jupiter Praxis by Adam Shadowchild
Prisonhulk 441 by Adam Shadowchild
The Robot's Mistress by Adam Shadowchild
Pop Up Kama Sutra: Zero-Gravity Edition by author unknown
The Amazing Adventures of Captain Gladys Stoat-Pamphlet and her Intrepid Spaniel Stig amongst the Giant Pygmies of Beccles, Volume Eight by Capt. Gladys Stoat-Pamphlet
Origins of a World War by Rossignol

Some of these were invented by me, with the author's names changed or invented to avoid confusion of actual books by the real authors. Other books are indeed fictitious, having been invented for TV or film. Some are obvious to our generation of gamers and genre, some are less obvious. I'd like to think of this as an in-joke. Some of you might submit fake books that I may or may not get, and some may be made up by you; either is fine.