This sourcebook is much more than what it appears to be. It's also a rogue companion. It's full of edges, gear and options for thieves. With this, you can basically create a whole party of rogues and each character would be different. It also contains much more information about the history and layout of Jalizar than I expected. The pages are full of possible story arcs and plot hooks a GM could use to build a whole campaign. You also have several tools, such as Setting Rules, a bestiary and tables to help you make memorable locations, at your disposal. Not to forget new magic and trap rules. At first glance, traps seem to be a bit more complex and less fast, fun & furious than the rules created by Wiggy, but some might prefer the added depth. Overall it's a great resource for both GM's and players and I highly recommend it.
[5 of 5 Stars!]