Bookshelves, eh? What's on yours?
These are the shelves that have shaped my view of fantasy gaming, I must admit. My entry point, and constant reference point. On the lower shelves are a bunch of Runequest books (3rd edition and Mongoose v2), a hardback WFRP1e rulebook, some OpenQuest books, and a earlier edition of Call of Cthulhu.
Open one of the IKEA cupboards and we get this:
AD&D1e/2e on the top shelf. WFRP1e on the second with a cardboard box full of BECM D&D books (the rulebooks for B through M, the GAZ series, most B series modules and a few X series and up). The third shelf has a bunch of Call of Cthulhu, King Arthur Pendragon, Dragon Warriors, Mongoose Traveller, and other stuff. A few boxed sets, ring binders, and Monstrous Compendiums on the bottom.
Boardgames and other stuff in other cupboards, and scattered here, there, and everywhere.