Like the crowded human lemming tunnels of THX1138 or the cheap twisting corridors of a spaceship from an older Dr Who episode.
Preferably from the Tom Baker era, Face of Evil, um......Planet of Evil, The Ark in Space.
For S&S D20 - Burok Torn, Hollowfaust (my favourite of the lot) , Mithril and Shelzar. All interesting city sites and all very distinct from one another. I don't think that any of them had particularly distinguished maps though.
Good looking book with a rich, detailed setting and a rather intriguing but murky system.
It is a really interesting rpg but I have never convinced anyone to play it and to be honest have given up now. I sift through it occasionally to mine bits from it for other games.
I have suddenly and inexplicably feel an urge to rummage through a book of NPCs.
I have read the following:
AD&D 1st ed Rogues Gallery - from what I remember, just long lists of stats
Basic D&D - Shady Dragon Inn - stats backed up with a few lines on personality & history
AD&D 2nd ed Complete...
A bit corny I know but I've sometimes liked starting a group getting to know each other in a Dirty Dozen introduction.
The players create their characters, add a bit of backstory and pass their character sheets to me. Like the film, they are sentenced prisoners. As the authorities I throw in...
I think it was Runequest for me. There was another group who played it and I was curious about it but never indulged in it at the time.
Later on I checked it out, bought a few books at first and found it to be an interesting and refreshing alternative to D&D.
Still don't like the ducks...
I can throw some love at SBA as well!
I really like SWN, Traveller and Mindjammer but for sheer loopy fun anything goes super happy fun time gameplay, I'd probably hit the mighty and rather heavy tome of SBA.