Good afternoon, internet folks. All manner of things are keeping me busy here at the workshop, but I'm delighted to say that I have something to show off today. I've been dying to talk about this book, and now here it is. Anything else I have to say can wait until tomorrow. Back to work!


Iron & Silk
The Feng Shui Player's Guide to Improvised Fight Scenes
by Chris Jones and John Seavey

Chinese restaurant. Night. Dinner is over; the ninja are here. But your guns are in the car. Do you get to the kitchen to find some knives or just make do with your chopsticks? Do you throw plates or drag that decorative gong off the wall and use it as a shield? There's a hot pot of soup you could use to scald the hoods off their heads and a stone pagoda lamp that'll stop their throwing stars. All around you are the tools you need to defeat these mooks, if you know where to look.

Iron & Silk is the player's toolbox for Feng Shui fight scenes. Inside you'll find clever and exciting ways to use everyday items in the daring and reckless action sequences Feng Shui is known for. From the elaborate temples of Imperial China to the space stations of the dystopian future, from the gas stations of the modern day to the train stations of the 1850s, the key to a thrilling brawl is in the details. Those details are in this book. Breathe new life into your fights and find new use for your fu. With Iron & Silk, you'll never be stumped for a stunt again.

This all-new sourcebook is the first of its kind for Feng Shui: a companion book that's meant to be used at the game table. Iron & Silk is a reference book of new equipment as well as a guidebook on fun and effective fight scenes for new and old Feng Shui players alike.

"In the right hands, everything is a weapon."

Stock Number: AG4011 • ISBN 1-58978-047-7 • SRP $17.95 (US)
Cover Art: Kagan McLeod • Description: 72 pages, perfect bound softcover

Shipping to Distributors in January, 2004

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