The Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Sourcebook is a reference book in West End Games' World of Indiana Jones roleplaying game series, detailing the characters, settings and events of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. It was authored by Adam Gratun, Evan Jamieson, and Richard Meyer and published in 1994.

The book is hardcover, with two four-page full-color inserts consisting mostly of publicity stills from the film. Like its predecessor, the Raiders of the Lost Ark Sourcebook, the book is divided into seven chapters.

Publisher's summaryEdit


Join famed archaeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones as he travels to the Orient! Visit the decadent pleasure palaces of Shanghai, the mystical villages of India, and the majestic castles of the independent Asian provinces.

But beware, for the forces of darkness have begun to spread across the land after a century of dormancy. The evil Kali worshippers and their Thuggee minions seek to bring the world under the control of their dark goddess, and they will stop at nothing once they gain possession of the Sankara Stones ...

The Temple of Doom Sourcebook explores the sites, characters, and events of the second movie in the legendary Indiana Jones series, providing never-before-revealed facts of Indy's Asian journey. Plus, two complete adventures bring characters right into the action, allowing gamemasters to easily incorporate the cultists, gangsters, and mysterious forces of the Orient into their campaigns.