Series: Gygaxian Fantasy Worlds

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Gary Gygax's World Builder: Gygaxian Fantasy Worlds Vol. 2 by Gary Gygax2
Gary Gygax's Living Fantasy: Gygaxian Fantasy Worlds, Vol. 3 by Gary Gygax3
Gary Gygax's Extraordinary Book of Names by Gary Gygax4
Gary Gygax's Gygaxian Fantasy Worlds Volume 5: Insidiae by Dan Cross5

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  1. Gary Gygax's Gygaxian Fantasy Worlds Volume 6: Nation Builder by Gary Gygax (2006)
  2. The Complete Book of Gnomes & Halflings by Douglas Niles (1993)
  3. The Canting Crew (Counter Pack Series, 1) by Gary Gygax (2002)
  4. Sandstorm: Mastering the Perils of Fire and Sand by Bruce R. Cordell (2005)
  5. Races of the Wild by Skip Williams (2005)
  6. Gary Gygax's Cosmos Builder by Richard T. Balsley (2006)
  7. Relics & Rituals (2001)
  8. Aria Worlds (Aria Series : Canticle of the Monomyth) by Christian S. Moore (1994)
  9. Creature Collection by Ron Spencer (2000)
  10. Nyambe: African Adventures by Christopher Dolunt (2002)
  11. A Magical Society: Ecology & Culture (2004)
  12. Savage Species: Playing Monstrous Characters (Dungeons & Dragons Supplement) by David Eckelberry (2003)
  13. Gods of Harn by N. Robin Crossby (1985)
  14. Legends & Lairs: Traps & Treachery by Fantasy Flight Games (2001)
  15. Eclipse Phase Panopticon Vol I by Rob Boyle (2011)

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