Series: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons N Series Adventures

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Against the Cult of the Reptile God (N1) by Douglas Niles1
The Forest Oracle (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Module N2) by Carl Smith2
Destiny of kings (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons official game adventure) by Stephen Bourne3
Treasure Hunt (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module N4) by Aaron Allston4
N5: Under Illefarn by Steve Perrin5

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  1. I7: Baltron's Beacon by P. Meyers (1986)
  2. Midnight on Dagger Alley (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module MV1) by Merle M. Rasmussen (1984)
  3. To Find a King (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Module C4) by Robert Blake (1985)
  4. The Secret of Bone Hill (L1) by Lenard Lakofka (1981)
  5. UK3: The Gauntlet by Graeme Morris (1984)
  6. Falcon's Revenge (WGA1) by Richard W. Brown (1990)
  7. U1: The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh by Dave J. Browne (1980)
  8. Star Cairns by Sean K Reynolds (1998)
  9. Swords of Deceit (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons/Lankhmar module CA2) by Tsr (1986)
  10. Conan: Unchained! (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons module CB1) by David Cook (1984)
  11. Tales of the Outer Planes: Module Op1 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Anthology) by Bruce Heard (1988)
  12. The Bloodstone Wars by Doug Niles (1987)
  13. Ruins of Adventure (AD&D/Forgotten Realms Module) by Mike Breault (1988)
  14. Waterdeep and the North by Ed Greenwood (1988)
  15. D1-2: Descent into the Depths of the Earth by Gary Gygax (1980)

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