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Defamation of a Scoundrel By Kevin Fortnum
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This story is not my life! Though, the odd scene is derived from it: Wearing a cape all over Toronto without knowing it. My Dad's girlfriend's kid saying, "I really like the roost beef. This... More > is great roost beef. I love the roost beef, Al." Then my Dad saying, "Erik, I believe it's pronounced...pork tenderloin." So, yeah, this book is pretty darn funny. It also includes one of the most creative gimmicks in modern writing. I'm not lying. Without giving too much away, it involves three-way-sex and a 'Choose Your Own Adventure' spoof. Spoofs, there's a brief Faulkner parody as well. This book has just about everything...even paragraphs.< Less
A Book of Scoundrels (Illustrated) By Charles Whibley
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There are other manifestations of greatness than to relieve suffering or to wreck an empire. Julius Cæsar and John Howard are not the only heroes who have smiled upon the world. In the supreme... More > adaptation of means to an end there is a constant nobility, for neither ambition nor virtue is the essential of a perfect action. How shall you contemplate with indifference the career of an artist whom genius or good guidance has compelled to exercise his peculiar skill, to indulge his finer aptitudes? A masterly theft rises in its claim to respect high above the reprobation of the moralist. The scoundrel, when once justice is quit of him, has a right to be appraised by his actions, not by their effect; and he dies secure in the knowledge that he is commonly more distinguished, if he be less loved, than his virtuous contemporaries.< Less
Scoundrel or Saint and Marple Bridge Murder By Jean Day
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This is the story of Margaret Forbes, who attempts to make a book of the story of her father's correspondence with Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The story is set in 1862, but relates to the period from... More > 1826 to 1864.< Less
Scoundrel or Saint and Marple Bridge Murder By Jean Day
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This is the story of Margaret Forbes, who attempts to make a book of the story of her father's correspondence with Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The story is set in 1862, but relates to the period from... More > 1826 to 1864.< Less
Wolf's-head, Rogues of Bindar Book I By Chris Turner
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Welcome to Bindar: a world of scoundrels, opportunists and glib talkers. A conniving fisherman/adventurer discovers a new meaning for the words mischief and scandal when he falls on the wrong side... More > of a macabre magician, propelling him and his jokester poet friend into outlandish adventures. All illusions of a just and fair world are shattered! First it is prison, then it is the precarious life of outlaws. To meet a dazzling shapeshifter, shrunken and imprisoned in the magician’s bottle of brine, and then liberate her is not enough. Harried across the land, accompanied by a rebellious sea captain, they encounter the formidable Dakkaw, an ogreish creature of questionable repute. Can they win free of Bisiguth, and the Dakkaw's sinister agenda? Journey to new reaches of faraway Bindar with these unlikely heroes. They must trust their instincts, survive by wits and bravado against lords, lawgivers, enchanting damsels and fey creatures . . . Book I of the epic 3-book saga.< Less
Wolf's-head, Rogues of Bindar Book I By Chris Turner
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Welcome to Bindar: a world of scoundrels, opportunists and glib talkers. A conniving fisherman/adventurer discovers a new meaning for the words mischief and scandal when he falls on the wrong side... More > of a macabre magician, propelling him and his jokester poet friend into outlandish adventures. All illusions of a just and fair world are shattered! First it is prison, then it is the precarious life of outlaws. To meet a dazzling shapeshifter, shrunken and imprisoned in the magician’s bottle of brine, and then liberate her is not enough. Harried across the land, accompanied by a rebellious sea captain, they encounter the formidable Dakkaw, an ogreish creature of questionable repute. Can they win free of Bisiguth, and the Dakkaw's sinister agenda? Journey to new reaches of faraway Bindar with these unlikely heroes. They must trust their instincts, survive by wits and bravado against lords, lawgivers, enchanting damsels and fey creatures . . . Book I of the epic 3-book saga.< Less
Backswords & Bucklers Book One: Basic Rules By Christopher Cale
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Backswords & Bucklers is a new, completely self-contained Swords & Wizardry: Whitebox variant, designed to run games of Elizabethan Fantasy. Inspired by works such as Michael Moorcock’s... More > Gloriana and Sir Walter Scott’s Kennilworth, Backswords & Bucklers is a game of adventure set in Gloriana’s Britain. The basic game contains complete rules for the game with Fighting Man, Scoundrel and Wise Woman classes, and focuses on running games set in the Underworld of London, based out of a tavern. It contains a modified combat system, appropriate weaponry (including matchlocks) and money, sample magic items and tables to inspire the Referee with ideas for jobs; as well as a sample tavern complete with rumours and a short adventure. Stock monsters and magic item tables are abandoned in this game, as not being particularly relevant to the subject matter.< Less
Backswords & Bucklers Book One: Basic Rules By Christopher Cale
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Backswords & Bucklers is a new, completely self-contained Swords & Wizardry: Whitebox variant, designed to run games of Elizabethan Fantasy. Inspired by works such as Michael Moorcock’s... More > Gloriana and Sir Walter Scott’s Kennilworth, Backswords & Bucklers is a game of adventure set in Gloriana’s Britain. The basic game contains complete rules for the game with Fighting Man, Scoundrel and Wise Woman classes, and focuses on running games set in the Underworld of London, based out of a tavern. It contains a modified combat system, appropriate weaponry (including matchlocks) and money, sample magic items and tables to inspire the Referee with ideas for jobs; as well as a sample tavern complete with rumours and a short adventure. Stock monsters and magic item tables are abandoned in this game, as not being particularly relevant to the subject matter.< Less
Elizabeth's Encounters By Edward G. Schultz
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The story of a young woman and her older husband immigrating to the US shortly before the Civil War. Her husband enlists to secure the bounty, expecting it to improve their lives after the war. When... More > her husband does not return from that war, this charming young woman is determined and eager enough to overcome the many obstacles confronting her. She strives to enhance her life and that of her children, while she considers whether to become romantically involved with a suave man-of-the-world, or is he a scoundrel? One reader said that she loved the book.She called it "wicked good".< Less
SuiCard Volume I By Johann Head
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The 1st volume of cards for Sui Juris RPG. Role or buy cards for your hand in role-play, combat or head to head. Contains over 60 unique cards plus a GuideBook, "Noble Scoundrels". This... More > book is wholesale pricing only. Also visit our website at www.randymgames.com< Less