Series: Freeport Companions

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Castles & Crusades Freeport Companion by Robert J. SchwalbCastles & Crusades
Fate Freeport Companion by Brian EngardFATE
Freeeport Companion: The City of Adventure Sourcebook for 4th Edition by Expeditious Retreat PressD&D 4th Edition
Freeport Companion: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Edition: A Sourcebook for the Freeport Campain Setting by Evan SassPathfinder
Savage Worlds Freeport Companion by Paul Wade-WilliamsSavage Worlds
d20 Freeport Companion by Robert J. Schwalbd20 / D&D 3.0 / D&D 3.5
The Pirate's Guide to Freeport: A City Setting for Fantasy Roleplaying (Freeport) by Chris PramasCore Sourcebook, system-free
Cults of Freeport by Robert J. SchwalbStats-free sourcebook
True20 Freeport Companion by Chris PramasTrue20
Mutants & Masterminds: Warriors & Warlocks (Mutants & Masterminds Sourcebook) by Dale DonovanGRR 2523 - Fantasy Rules and Freeport Setting for Mutants & Masterminds Second Edition

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