I'm playing in a 1e game as a Fighter, and I've hit a bit of a problem: I've now specialized and double-specialized in my main weapon (bastard sword) and there's nothing really interesting I can do with my Fighter in terms of leveling. I could specialize in a ranged weapon, since bows get some fun stuff with specialization, but there's already a Ranger in the party who's done that so it would be a bit repetitive.
Given my stats (STR 17, INT 13, WIS 10, DEX 16, CON 16, CHA 14), there's not a huge range of interesting class alternatives from within 1e - we've already got a Cleric in the party and my character isn't particularly religious, don't have the stats or character background for Druid, don't have the Charisma for Paladin, don't have the Wisdom for a Ranger and we've already got one, we've already got 2 Magic-Users, don't have the alignment for Cavalier and honestly it's not that great, don't have the Wisdom or background for Barbarian, and Thief and Thief-Acrobat don't really fit that well.
However, I think my DM would be willing to let me multi/dual-class into a Warblade or Swordsage (and I love the ToB)...if it didn't require him to do much/any in the way of conversion.
Does anyone know of a retro-conversion of the Tome of Battle classes? Or have any hints about how to go about converting them?