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Encyclopaedia Arcane: Demonology - The Dark Road by Matthew SprangeMGP 1001
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Necromancy - Beyond The Grave by Matthew SprangeMGP 1002
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Chaos Magic - Wild Sorcery by Sam WittMGP 1003
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Constructs - It Is Alive by Alejandro MelchorMGP 1004
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Battle Magic - The Eldritch Storm by Sam WittMGP 1005
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Elementalism - The Primordial Force by Alejandro MelchorMGP 1008
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Chronomancy - The Power of Time by Robin DukeMGP 1009
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Enchantment - Fire in the Mind by August HahnMGP 1010
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Star Magic - Wisdom of the Magi by Shannon KalvarMGP 1011
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Illusionism Smoke And Mirrors by Alejandro MelchorMGP 1012
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Crossbreeding - Flesh and Blood by Jonathan RichardsMGP 1013
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Dragon Magic - Power Incarnate by Alejandro MelchorMGP 1014
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Divination - The All-Seeing Eye by August HahnMGP 1015
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Conjuration - By Bell, Book and Candle by August HahnMGP 1016
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Familiars - Crouching Monkey, Hidden Toad by Joseph MillerMGP 1017
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Blood Magic - Oaths and Sacrifice by Ian SturrockMGP 1018
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Tomes and Libraries - Secrets of the Written Word by Adrian BottMGP 1019
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Components and Foci - The Materials of Magic by Adrian BottMGP 1020
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Abjuration - Shielded by Sorcery by August HahnMGP 1021
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Sovereign Magic - Mastery of the Land by Adrian BottMGP 1022
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Magic Item Creation - Forging Legendary Power by August HahnMGP 1023
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Drow Magic - Sorcery of Endless Night by Patrick YountsMGP 1025
Encyclopaedia Arcane: Nymphology - Blue Magic by James DesboroughMGP 9997

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