West End Games provided a lot of authors a "Story Bible" so to speak of collected ship names, stats, characters, and concepts for flavoring their universe. Certainly, it helped everyone from Timothy Zahn to Michael Stackpole in expanding the universe. Not to mention thousands of tabletop roleplaying gamemasters in creating their universe. I had a lot of fun examining the in's and out's of GALAXY GUIDE 9: FRAGMENTS FROM THE RIM. I also take great inspiration from @Havac and @GrandAdmiralJello in their Adventure Journal discussion. Here, I'm going to discuss TWO different books because one is full of flavor but not so much universe information and another is full of interesting rogues. And As if it needed to be explained Pirates and Privateers were an analysis of how piracy works in the GFFA while Wanted by Cracken provides about 40 criminals which the New Republic captured.