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Gamma World Players Handbook (D20 Edition) by Bruce Baugh
Gamma World: Game Masters Guide (Gamma World d20 3.5 Roleplaying) by Bruce Baugh

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  1. Gamma World: Mutants and Machines (Gamma World d20 3.5 Roleplaying) by David Bolack (2003)
  2. Gamma World Rules Book (4th edition, #7514) by Bruce Nesmith (1992)
  3. Fiend Folio (3.5 edition) by James Wyatt (2003)
  4. Rules Cyclopedia by Aaron Allston (1991)
  5. Gamma World (Alternity Sci-Fi Roleplaying, Gamma World Campaign Setting) by Andy Collin (2000)
  6. Dungeon Master's Guide (5th Edition) by Wizards of the Coast (2014)
  7. Deities and Demigods (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.0 Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement) by Rich Redman (2002)
  8. Power of Faerûn by Ed Greenwood (2006)
  9. The Wheel of Time Roleplaying Game (d20 3.0 Fantasy Roleplaying) by Charles Ryan (2001)
  10. Arcana Unearthed: A Variant Player's Handbook by Monte Cook (2003)
  11. The Sunless Citadel by Bruce R. Cordell (2000)
  12. Player's Option: Spells and Magic by Richard Baker (1996)
  13. Races of Eberron by Jesse Decker (2005)
  14. Ravenloft Player's Handbook by John Mangrum (2003)
  15. Player's Handbook 2 by Jeremy Crawford (2009)

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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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