A Noble Knight order was waiting for me when I got home on Wednesday. The Tomb of Abysthor and The Lost City of Barakus are my first d20 products (well, I briefly owned the 3.5 core books during my ten year hiatus, but I sold them after perusing them lightly and never really using them). I have heard good things about both of these, and though I am likely to only use small parts of the extensive d20-style stat blocks, these still look like they offer a number of promising locations to drop into my games. D1-2 Descent into the Depths of the Earth completes my GDQ sequence, so I can start reading Against the Giants without worrying that I will be lacking the next episode.
Not too long ago, I asked for recommendations regarding non-D&D games. Stormbringer is my first such purchase since getting back into the hobby. This is the third edition (being the first book version; the first two editions were boxed sets, or so I gather from web research). I’m a big fan of Moorcock’s characters and settings (though not so much his writing style), so I’m looking forward to getting some time to dig into this volume.