|This is only a simulation of what the actually event would look like if I did not keep my gaming books organized.|
Normally I keep my books separated by system. AD&D here, GURPS over there, Swords & Wizardry can fit in there and Blood & Treasure will do well there. Now that I have so many different systems that its become more difficult to do it this way.
Last time I rearranged my gaming shelf I tried a different way. I went with core rule books on a shelf. A shelf for all my monster manuals. Another for adventure modules, a section for developing adventures and a miscellaneous section. I need a section for box sets. Zines, of course. And binders for gaming stuff for campaigns. That's a lot to ask of some shelves.
Plus, I need space for all the paper supplies for zines and adventures.
No easy task. I believe I'm returning to my system based organization. I need to figure out the space and who will go where in the hierarchy of systems on my shelf.
And I hate to admit it, but it may be time to purge some of my gaming stuff that I don't use or never plan to use. Gah!