Friday, April 22, 2005

An oddment to the previous post

After I'd written my earlier post, I'd remembered that I had tracked down a slight connection between the world of fan fiction and role playing game books (isn't that thrilling!). I had written an article about the heroes of Edgar Rice Burroughs written by other writers, with or without the consent of Burroughs's heirs, and noticed that one of them had later produced role playing game books.

So (ta-daa!) let me present you: the bibliography of Ken St. Andre:

ROLE PLAYING GAME BOOKS:

Tunnels and Trolls: The Amulet of the Salkti and Arena of Khazan
With David Steven Moskowitz. Illustrated by Josh Kirby. UK: Corgi, 1986.

Tunnels and Trolls: Naked Doom.
Illustrated by Talbot, James, Carver, Robin; Crompton, Steven. Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.: Flying Buffalo Incorporated, 1977.

Tunnels and Trolls: Deathtrap Equalizer
Illustrated by Danforth, Elizabeth; Talbot, James. Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.: Flying Buffalo Incorporated, 1977.

Tunnels and Trolls: Arena of Khazan.
Illustrated by Day, Gene; Laird, Peter. Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.: Flying Buffalo Computer-Conflict Simulation, Incorporated, 1979.

Stormbringer: Fantasy Role-Playing in the Young Kingdoms. Chaosium Inc. 1981. (Illustrated by Frank Brunner).

Stormbringer Companion.
With Sandy Petersen, Steve Perrin, Lynn Willis. Chaosium 1983.

Stormbringer: Fantasy Roleplaying in the World of Elric.
With Perrin, Steve; Monroe, John B. (editor), Whelan, Michael (illustrator); Brunner, Frank (illustrator). Hayward, CA, U.S.A.: Chaosium, Incorporated, 1990.

SHORT STORIES:

”Korak and the Killer Leopard”, Odwar 1964 (ERB fanzine).

(Erm.. actually it seems (I did the google search only now on Ken St. Andre) that he's written much more and designed games. But I'll have to leave it at that and hope that someone else will continue my research on this. His own website is here.)

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