Hm, I ordered all the stuff I wanted… Time to start a new wishlist.
- XP1: The Spider-God's Bride and Other Tales of Sword and Sorcery – “Enter the City of Stone and slay the high priest of Jul-Juggah! Plunder the ancient gold of Namthu! Seek the fabled jewel of Khadim Bey, but beware the nameless horrors of the Al-Khazi desert! Fight the dread adepts of the ape-god, or succumb to the pleasures of the Moon-Juice of Yaatana! Or perhaps you will perish by the curses of Ur-Kharra, the long-dead sorcerer-king of Elder Kuth?” / “This is another one of those 3E books which were basically finished and submitted to Necromancer Games at the worst possible time, right before the 4E limbo started. “ 
- Fight On! #4 – I liked #1 to #3 and apparently stuff I submitted will be published in #4!
- Swords & Wizardry WhiteBox Version – although I’m pretty sure nobody will ever want to play it with me.
- Knockspell #1 – somehow I feel like I must choose between Knockspell and Fight On. That sucks. Stupid copyright issues (Knockspell uses the OGL, if I remember correctly, and Fight On does not).
I guess I would buy the Slumbering Tsar by Greg Vaughn if it ever got published.  Self-publish, man – like Morten Braten (a.k.a. Thulsa) does for XP1.
That reminds me. Nicolas Logue’s Razor Coast  is late. Very late. “Razor Coast ships in January 2009.” … “February/March” 
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