Series: 7th Sea

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7th Sea, Absolution #1 by Rob Vaux
7th Sea Player's Guide 1668 by John WickAEG 7001
7th Sea Game Masters' Guide by Jennifer WickAEG 7002
7th Sea Game Master's Screen by Rob VauxAEG 7003
The Lady's Favor by Rob VauxAEG 7003
7th Sea Compendium by Jennifer WickAEG 7004
Scoundrel's Folly by Rob VauxAEG 7102
The Arrow Of Heaven by Rob VauxAEG 7103
7th Sea Villain's Kit Novus Ordum Mundi Membership by Jim PintoAEG 7104
7th Sea, Villians KitAEG 7104
Freiburg [Box Set] by Rob VauxAEG 7105
Mightier Than the Sword by Cris DornausAEG 7106
Tangled Strands by Kevin P. BoerwinkleAEG 7107
Waves of Blood by Alderac Entertainment GroupAEG 7150
The Montaigne Revolution by Dana DeVriesAEG 7151
Swordsman's Guild (7th Sea, 7152) by Steve CrowAEG 7152
Crescent Empire (7th Sea) by Nancy BermanAEG 7153
Montaigne by Kevin WilsonAEG 7202
Castille by Patrick KaperaAEG 7203
Eisen by Kevin WilsonAEG 7204
Vodacce by Ree SoesbeeAEG 7205
Ussura by Ree SoesbeeAEG 7206
Vendel Vesten by Les SimpsonAEG 7207
Pirate Nations by John WickAEG 7301
Knights of the Rose and Cross by John WickAEG 7302
Avalon by Rob VauxAEG 7303
Rilasciare The Free Thinkers by Rob VauxAEG 7304
Die Kreuzritter by Kevin WilsonAEG 7305
The Invisible CollegeAEG 7306
Los Vagos by Alderac Entertainment GroupAEG 7307
Sophia's Daughters (7th Sea: Secret Societies of Theah, Book 6)AEG 7308
The Church of the Prophets by Alderac Entertainment GroupAEG 7309

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Series description

This series is for the 7th Sea RPG. You may also be interested in the D20 RPG Swashbuckling Adventures which uses the same setting.


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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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