Books can be a valuable source of clues and information, and therefore can be useful in an adventure. Some are valuable as items of treasure on their own right. Not every book encountered has this type of value or worth, though. Some of those books found may be factually wrong, contain misinformation or simply be of limited use or irrelevant.
This is a collection of 100 different low-value books that could be found in the Pugmire setting. These can be used to flesh out a bookshelf, whether it be at the Royal Library or simply a collection of books belonging to a noble. All the books have been written by dogs; there aren't any works of Man in the list. In a fantasy setting, even a generally useless book will usually be worth a small amount of money, as books in general can be uncommon. Whether a book has any in-game value or use is up to the Guide.
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Here are some sample results:
Monuments of the Old Ones by Charles Pointer (Descriptions, often second- or thirdhand, of enigmatic structures in lands beyond Pugmire and the Monarchies that are believed to be the constructions of Man)
Mutt Town: How it Came to Be by Esmeralda Mutt (A brief history of the founding and rise of Mutt Town; the author has a rather biased point of view towards the place)
My Life in the Pioneers by Toby Dachshund (A slightly tweaked to be more exciting memoir of the author’s experiences in the Royal Pioneers)
Myths and Legends of the Fearful Forest by Darcy Whippet (A collection of stories and fables about the Fearful Forest and things encountered in it; the author largely dismisses them all as tales from the superstitious and credulous)
Noble Families of Pugmire: A Guide by Jeremy Chow (Histories of the various noble families of dogs, both past and present)
Two pages are the front and rear covers and three pages are the Open Game License and credits.