Series: Al-Qadim

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Land of Fate by Jeff GrubbTSR 1077
City of Delights by Tim BeachTSR 1091
Al-Qadim: Arabian Adventures by Jeff GrubbTSR 2126
Monstrous Compendium, Al-Qadim Appendix by TsrTSR 2129
The Complete Sha'ir's Handbook by Steve KurtzTSR 2146
Golden Voyages by David "Zeb" CookTSR 9366
Assassin Mountain by Wolfgang BauerTSR 9431
A Dozen and One Adventures by Steven KurtzTSR 9432
Secrets of the Lamp by Wolfgang BaurTSR 9433
Ruined Kingdoms by Steve KurtzTSR 9440
Corsairs by Nicky ReaTSR 9449
Caravans by Rick SwanTSR 9459
Cities of Bone by Steve KurtzTSR 9467
Reunion by Jackie CassandaTSR 9584

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Series description

The Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game campaign setting of Al-Qadim depicts a fantasy realm based on arabic mythology (stories like Aladdin and the Lamp, Sinbad the Sailor, 1001 Arabian Nights, etc.).
In D&D terms, this fantasy realm comprises the land of Zakara within the world of Toril, which it shares with other campaign settings such as the Forgotten Realms, Maztica, and Kara-Tur.

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