This is a complete tabletop role playing game based on Jo Walton's World Fantasy Award-Winning novel Tooth And Claw, containing everything needed to play except dice; a detailed background, a special version of the Forgotten Futures rules for dragon player characters, and adventures. Additional material includes a long excerpt from the unfinished sequel Those Who Favor Fire, character record sheets in various formats, covers and tables of contents for printing the PDF version of the RPG in three volumes, etc.
The PCs are anthropomorphic dragons in a pseudo-Victorian world.
Table of Contents
The Death of Bon Agornin:A short excerpt from the most excellent novel Tooth and Claw by Jo Walton, with some unfortunately intrusive asides on a variety of matter.
The Biology of Dragons:In which matters of nature such as the origin and perpetuation of the Draconic species, diet, flame, & health are discussed, with some references to matters that may be inappropriate to a younger audience.
Tiamath:A history of the Draconic nation and its current status & economy, notes on international relationships, transport, communications, etc.
Out and About in Tiamath:A more detailed look at modern Tiamath and its capital, Irieth.
Society:Concerning the government of Tiamath, its rulers and the lesser classes, the courts, and the defence of the realm.
Religion:Concerning Higher Things and matters of faith, of concern to all right-thinking dragons, and other notes.
The Yarge:A consideration of the habits, behaviour, and life cycle of the hereditary enemies of all dragon-kind, their arts and sciences, and the horror with which they should be regarded by all dragons.
The Rules of the Game:In which a game originally designed for human characters is tweaked to make it suitable for dragons.
Adventures:In which the rules and setting come together.
The Crimson Claw Assurance Society:In which fighting piracy ensures profitability.
Amazing Things Every Dragonet Should Know:In which an author needs a little help with his research
Epilogue: Past, Present, and Future:Some reflections on the history and possible future of Irieth.
End Notes:Copyright information and other legal niceties related to this game, its art, etc.