I could not find it on Amazon, but RPG Geek has a page forSix Arabian Nights. They says that it had all these designers working on it: Wolfgang Baur, Jim Clunie, Bill Collins, David "Zeb" Cook, Randy Dorman, Clay Fleischer, Mark Gedak, Richard Green, Jeff Grubb, Ed Healy, Lutz Hofmann, Ben McFarland, Jaye Sonia, Trevor Stamper and Joshua Stevens. It was published by Open Design LLC back in 2008 and apparantly won an ENnie Award!
The back cover blub looks pretty interesting:
One thing I'm confused about is the page count. According to RPG Geek, the PDF has 10 more pages than the dead tree version.Six Arabian Nights back cover blurb wrote:Bright Scimitars in Dark Arabia!
Dive into the wildest desert and visit the lushness of Siwal, City of Gardens, in this collection of six Arabian adventures by designers old and new. It offers a new Arabian city, its foes, and its brave people, led by the Sultan Al-Mamun and the Vizier Akil ibn Khaldun—and a host of genies, ghuls, assassins and pirates. This short adventure anthology for low to mid levels (roughly 6 to 10) can be played alone or put together as a mini-campaign. Ready your scimitars against the darkness for six nights of heroic fantasy:
The Blood Oasis
Ghuls did some nasty things out at the oasis, and now they’re coming to town. By Jeff Grubb, author of TSR’s Arabian Adventures. Though death awaits, may our tales be glorious!
Romance, fights and chases through a crowded market, in a mix of comedy and magic.
Cult of the Howling God
Cultists, assassins, and corruption. Classic pulp adventure.
The Gravebinder’s Daughter
A one-night trek through a huge necropolis full of secrets.
The Sand Pirates
Nautical action on a flying sandship, with new monsters and a half-efreet enemy captain.
A corrupted genie’s child seeks his redemption, with a small twist to the ending.
Has anyone got this? If so, what do you think about it?
Would it be easy to fit Six Arabian Nights into Zakhara?
I found a page for Six Arabian Nights on wolfgangbaur.com, but I can't find it on the Kobold Press website. Does anyone know who owns this (and if they might be putting it out on Print on Demand at some point)?
EDIT: Wolfgang Baur says that he is working on an updated version of this book.
EDIT2: Wolfgang said he is: "Updating art, text, rules going to Pathfinder and maybe 5e." He also said that the city of Siwal is described and mapped in the Midgard Campaign Setting. The estimated time for Six Arabian Nights to come back is 2015.