Thieves' World Player's Manual

Thieves World Player s Manual Since Sanctuary has been the nastiest ugliest and grittiest city in fantasy fiction This book includes a detailed overview of the city a culture and background system to customize your advent

  • Title: Thieves' World Player's Manual
  • Author: Lynn Abbey
  • ISBN: 9781932442472
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Since 1979, Sanctuary has been the nastiest, ugliest, and grittiest city in fantasy fiction This book includes a detailed overview of the city, a culture and background system to customize your adventurer, over twenty core and prestige classes, a magic system, and a Thieves World short story.

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    1. Lynn Abbey

      Lynn Abbey began publishing in 1979 with the novel Daughter of the Bright Moon and the short story The Face of Chaos, part of a Thieves World shared world anthology She received early encouragement from Gordon R Dickson.In the 1980s she married Robert Asprin and became his co editor on the Thieves World books She also contributed to other shared world series during the 1980s, including Heroes in Hell and Merovingen Nights.Abbey and Asprin divorced in 1993 and Abbey moved to Oklahoma City She continued to write novels during this period, including original works as well as tie ins to Role Playing Games for TSR In 2002, she returned to Thieves World with the novel Sanctuary and also began editing new anthologies, beginning with Turning Points.

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    1. In the late 1970s and early 1980s a series of anthologies and novels set in and around the city of Sanctuary created a place known Thieves' World. Then in the early 2000s the city was revisited with another novel and a couple more anthologies. Now Thieves' World also exists in the d20 system.I was a fan of Thieves' World when the books came out over 30 years ago and read every book as soon as I could get it. But, it took me ten years to bring myself to read Thieves' World Player's Guide. I was a [...]


    2. I have a soft spot for Thieves' World, as it was more or less my introduction to gritty low-fantasy. This book does a good job of adapting the 3.5 Dungeons & Dragons rules to Thieves' World. Unfortunately it runs up against the same thing that nearly all licensed properties do when adapted to a level based system: level based systems just don't seem to do justice to them.Still, there's a lot of good ideas here for someone playing 3.5, or adapting another system to play Thieves' World in, and [...]


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