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RogueRonin

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Lanefan

Victoria Rules
Shelf: functional.

Contents: strong enough fas regards 3e and 5e; nice smattering of 2e and other RPGs, noticeable lack of old-school (1e and earlier). :)
 

Ath-kethin

Elder Thing
No such thing as a bad game shelf!

Though yours renews my regret that I only backed DCC Lankhmar at the PDF level.

And from the misaligned text on the spine, I presume that's the PoD version of the Rules Cyclopedia, correct?
 


Doug McCrae

Legend
An impressive collection, @RogueRonin. You own lots of stuff I don't and some products I've never even heard of.

Your main areas of interest seem to be:
D&D
OSR
Star Wars

I also see Eyes of the Stone Thief, Numenera, Shadowrun, Shadow of the Demon Lord, and Mutants & Masterminds.
 

RogueRonin

Explorer
Let's see some other people's shelves in here!

No such thing as a bad game shelf!

Though yours renews my regret that I only backed DCC Lankhmar at the PDF level.

And from the misaligned text on the spine, I presume that's the PoD version of the Rules Cyclopedia, correct?

Yeah it's the PoD version
 

Ulfgeir

Hero
The shelf itself looks sturdy enough, and at the moment well stocked.
The contents seem a bit haphazardously sorted, but quite varied. ;)
 

Cadence

Legend
Supporter
Let's see some other people's shelves in here!

The bag on the left is my original B/X books, B2, and T1. The only one of the 1e books that is my 1st copy is the DMG. The bag on top is the Tome of Mighty Magic from 1982. The two before Volo's Guide are Seas of Blood and Jade Dragons & Hungry Ghosts. The book on its side is Traveller. The one at the end is Mummy, 2nd ed.

I have a box in the basement full of old character sheets and campaign materials, Gamma World 1e, Star Frontiers, and a bunch of old Star Fleet Battles things from the 80s. I have 13th Age & Trueways, Rogue Trader, Fate, a dozen+ of PF things, and a few others by e-copy. Tons of other stuff was sold off over the years (wish I had kept the MM and MM2 from 1e just to have; don't miss the 3.5 and 4 stuff).

Only the 5e is getting current use (except as reference when looking things up for threads here). My 11yo has five more 5e books (although not an MM or DMG yet, so he borrows mine usually). I think flipping through the Bestiaries when he was small is a part of what hooked him on wanting to play. If this was a TPB/HC comic reprints and graphic novels I'd have a bit more to show :)

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Ulfgeir

Hero
Let's see some other people's shelves in here!

I need a bigger bookshelf..

The bag and the "box" underneath it is Shadowrun stuff (everything for 1+2e and some stuff for 3+4e). Then I also have 1/2 to 1 shelf-lvl more of other stuff that doesn't fit (Mostly various Swedish games that I have proofread).
 

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Lanefan

Victoria Rules
I've got stuff scattered all around the place. :)

Behind my DM seat are shelves full of rulebooks and adventure modules; difficult to photograph as there's too much stuff in the way. Behind me where I'm sitting is a shelf full of boxed sets and non-D&D RPG bits. All over the gaming area there's shelves covered with character pieces, monster minis, and assorted gaming props; and there's also shelves, boxes, and filing cabinets containing various player-side material (mostly character sheets) and archival bits from my old campaigns.

Amazing what one slowly accumulates in 35+ years of doing this... :)
 









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