Series: Flying Buffalo's Citybooks

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Citybook I: Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker by Larry DiTillio1
Citybook II: Port o' Call by Liz Danforth2
Citybook III: Deadly Nightside by Michael A. Stackpole3
Citybook IV: On the Road by Paul Jaquay4
Citybook V: Sideshow by Paul Jaquays5
Citybook VI: Up Town by Kevin Crossman6
Citybook VII: King's River Bridge by Debora Kerr7

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  1. Grimtooth's Traps: A Game-Master's Aid for All Role-Playing Systems by Paul R. O'Connor (1981)
  2. The Shady Dragon Inn (Dungeons & Dragons accessory AC1) by Carl Smith (1984)
  3. Book of Lairs II (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Official Game Accessory 9198) by TSR Inc (1987)
  4. HarnManor (Harn Fantasy Roleplaying System) (1999)
  5. Maps Book 1: Cities by Debora Wykle (1993)
  6. Citybook, Vol. 1: Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker (A Game-Master's Aid for All Role-Playing Systems) by Larry DiTillio
  7. Central Casting: Dungeons by Robert Sassone (1991)
  8. Swords of the Undercity (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Lankhmar Module CA1) by Carl Smith (1986)
  9. The Arduin Grimoire Volume 1 by David A. Hargrave (1977)
  10. Central Casting: Heroes of Legend by Paul Jaquays (1988)
  11. HarnWorld Pilots' Almanac: Maritime & Piloting Rules (Harn Fantasy System) by N. Robin Crossby (1988)
    Same series: Harnmaster (HârnMaster)
  12. City Sites (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition) by Skip Williams (1995)
  13. Swords of Deceit (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons/Lankhmar module CA2) by Tsr (1986)
  14. Wild Things (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) by Grant S. Boucher (1990)
  15. The Ghost Tower of Inverness (C2) by Allen Hammack (1980)

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