3) Written Works - a dramatic addition to the info in this under-utilized part of the HM Treasure section. This includes background and rules-type info on written works and then a bunch of examples including Genin's On Learning the Art, the Balefire Chronicles and other light classics.
2. Excellent news! This is the kind of background I long for. Please continue to explore other obscure and overlooked aspects of Harnic life! Articles like Innkeeper are among my favorites.
I have to echo Andreas on all counts.
Article on Written Works of Harn is an applaudable decision. HarnPage has long contained a dry list of "Harnic library cards", although with heavy stain of early interrupted fanon effort. But HRT describes many holy/apocryphal tales here and there, and the ones in Larani page for example, should be easily edited as a "Laranian Reader", or catechism. I hope that Written Works will present most relevant of these and link them into ecclesiastical history in plot-hooking way.
And sure, any further ideas concerning On Learning the Art, Balefire Chronicles, Gest of St. Ambrathas, Libram of the Pantheon, Sagas of Bjarri & co.
, conflicting conjectures of supposedly real Penultimate Tome
and whatnot is welcome. There are so many writings glancingly mentioned in the canon that they certainly deserve to be collected into one place.
Ah, and something about the works of Tuzyn and Workol!
But regarding more immediately the topic Andreas pointed out:
However much I like the trend to produce exhaustive collection of "Castle, Vathran, Keep, Thran etc." articles, I have been pleased that there seems to exist similar line with Harnic professions. Sure, facts on medieval lifestyle are available elsewhere, but injecting that information to Harnic context makes it more exiting to bargain with that fellow inhabiting the residence #.
Product like HarnMaster Guilds, or HarnMaster Mangai would be nice to have, although the most obvious abbreviations are already reserved...