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Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan (C1) by Harold Johnson1
The Ghost Tower of Inverness (C2) by Allen Hammack2
The Lost Island of Castanamir (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, RPGA Module C3) by Ken Rolston3
To Find a King (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Module C4) by Robert Blake4
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Official Competition Adventure: The Bane of Llywelyn [An Adventure for 6-10 Characters, Level 4-7] by Bob Blake5
Official RPGA Tournament Handbook (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons module C6) by Daniel Kramarsky6

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  1. UK1: Beyond the Crystal Cave by Dave J. Browne (1983)
  2. Falcon's Revenge (WGA1) by Richard W. Brown (1990)
  3. I7: Baltron's Beacon by P. Meyers (1986)
  4. Against the Cult of the Reptile God (N1) by Douglas Niles (1983)
  5. D1-2: Descent into the Depths of the Earth by Gary Gygax (1980)
  6. Conan: Unchained! (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons module CB1) by David Cook (1984)
  7. S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth by Gary Gygax (1982)
  8. A1: Slave Pits of the Undercity by David "Zeb" Cook (1980)
  9. Star Cairns by Sean K Reynolds (1998)
  10. Midnight on Dagger Alley (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module MV1) by Merle M. Rasmussen (1984)
  11. Fate of Istus (WG8) by TSR Hobbies (1989)
  12. Swords of Deceit (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons/Lankhmar module CA2) by Tsr (1986)
  13. Dungeonland (EX1) by E. Gary Gygax (1983)
  14. The Secret of Bone Hill (L1) by Lenard Lakofka (1981)
  15. B1: In Search of the Unknown by Mike Carr (1980)

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