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Series: Coriolis Hybrid RPG Adventures

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TitlesOrder
The Ascension of the Magdalene (Coriolis Unknown Armies/D20) by Rick NealUnknown Armies + OGL
The Black Monks of Glastonbury by David ChartArs Magica + OGL
Burning Shaolin (Feng Shui/D20) by Robin D. LawsFeng Shui + OGL
Last Hero in Scandinavia (Coriolis Rune/D20) by Chris AylottRune + OGL

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  3. Ashen Stars by Robin D. Laws (2011)
  4. shock: social science fiction, v 1.2 by Joshua A.C. Newman
  5. Delta Green: Countdown by Dennis Detwiller (1999)
  6. Death Station/The Argon Gambit (Traveller Double Adventure 3) by Marc W. Miller (1981)
  7. Paranoia: Extreme Paranoia by A. Varney (2005)
  8. Serpent Moon by Mark Angeli (1995)
  9. Classic Adventures: Volume Four (Star Wars RPG) by Weg
  10. Journey to the Magic Isle by Timothy Taylor (1990)
  11. Out of Time by Adam Gauntlett (2011)
  12. Escape From Innsmouth - Second Edition, Expanded & Revised by Kevin Ross (1997)
  13. All Flesh Must Be Eaten One of the Living: Player's Handbook by Ben Monroe (2004)
  14. Queenswrath (TORG Roleplaying Game Supplement) by Greg Farshtey (1990)
  15. Witchcraft: Mystery Codex Sourcebook by C. J. Carella (1999)

Series description

The Coriolis adventures are bridgeworks between the D20/OGL system and one of the proprietary systems published by Atlas Games (a different system for each book).

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