Series: Earthdawn

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Anarya's Secret by Tim Jones
Earthdawn: Talisman (Earthdawn) by Sam Lewis
Prophecy by Greg Gorden
Lost Kaer (Earthdawn) by Nigel D. Findley09.
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 1 by Kevin D. KnightSOK101
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 2 by Kevin D. KnightSOK102
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 3 by Kevin D. KnightSOK103
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 4 by Kevin D. KnightSOK104
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 5 by Kevin D. KnightSOK105
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 6 by Kevin D. KnightSOK106
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 7 by Kevin D. KnightSOK107
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 8 by Kevin D. KnightSOK108
Earthdawn Journal, Vol 9 by Kevin D. KnightSOK109
Earthdawn by Fasa CorporationFAS6001
Earthdawn Gamemaster Pack by Greg GordonFAS6002
Barsaive: A Campaign Set for EarthdawnFAS6100
Denizens of Earthdawn, Vol. 1 by Louis J. ProsperiFAS6101
Denizens of Earthdawn (Volume 2) by Louis J. ProsperiFAS6102
Legends of Earthdawn, Volume 1 (Earthdawn RPG) by Allen VarneyFAS6103
Parlainth: The Forgotten City (EarthDawn Roleplaying, Book, 18 Treasure & Creature Cards, Fold-Out Map, 6104) by Robin D. LawsFAS6104
Creatures of Barsaive: An Earthdawn Sourcebook by Fasa CorporationFAS6105
The Adept's Way (Earthdawn) by FASA CorporationFAS6106
Horrors: An Earthdawn Sourcebook by Robin D. LawsFAS6107
Sky Point & Vivane (Earthdawn) [BOX SET] by Carl SargentFAS6108
The Serpent River (Earthdawn)FAS6109
The Book of Exploration: Legends of Earthdawn, Vol. 2 (EarthDawn Roleplaying) by Fasa CorporationFAS6110
Throal: The Dwarf Kingdom (Earthdawn Roleplaying) by Robin D. LawsFAS6111
Earthdawn (Survival guide, 6112) by Stephen KensonFAS6112
The Blood Wood (Earthdawn, 6113) by Rob CruzFAS6113
The Theran Empire (Earthdawn) by Robin D. LawsFAS6114
Secret Societies of Barsaive (Earthdawn RPG) by Roger GaudreauFAS6115
Crystal Raiders of Barsaive (Earthdawn Roleplaying) by Stephen KensonFAS6116
Ork Nation Of Cara Fahd (Earthdawn RPG) by Jennifer BrandesFAS6117
Earthdawn Companion (Earthdawn Roleplaying, 6200) by Louis J. ProsperiFAS6200
Magic: A Manual of Mystic Secrets (Earthdawn) by Fasa CorporationFAS6201
Arcane Mysteries of Barsaive (Earthdawn) by FASA CorporationFAS6202
Mists of Betrayal (Earthdawn) by John J. TerraFAS6301
Terror in the Skies (Earthdawn) by Shane Lacy HensleyFAS6302
Infected (Earthdawn Roleplaying Adventure) by Robin D. LawsFAS6303
Parlainth Adventures (Earthdawn Roleplaying) by Robin D. LawsFAS6304
Shattered Pattern (Earthdawn Roleplaying Adventure) by Louis J. ProsperiFAS6305
Sky Point Adventures (Earthdawn Roleplaying) by Carl SargentFAS6306
Blades (Earthdawn Fantasy Roleplaying Adventures, FASA #6307) by Robin D. LawsFAS6307
Throal Adventures (Earthdawn) by Jennifer HartshornFAS6308
Prelude to War (Earthdawn Roleplaying) by Robin D. LawsFAS6401

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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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