Series: Kara-Tur

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Kara-Tur: The Eastern Realms (AD&D/Forgotten Realms/Oriental Adventures) [BOX SET] by David Cook1032
Oriental Adventures by David "Zeb" Cook2018
Kara-Tur : Monstrous Compendium by TSR IncTSR 2116
Swords of the Daimyo Module OA1 (Oriental Adventures) by David "Zeb" Cook9164
Night of Seven Swords (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons/Oriental Adventures Module OA2)9186
Ochimo: The Spirit Warrior (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Oriental Adventures module OA3) by Jeff Grubb9195
Blood of the Yakuza (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Oriental Adventures Module OA4) by David Cook9203
Mad Monkey vs. the Dragon Claw (AD&D/Forgotten Realms/Oriental Adventures Module OA5) by Jeff Grubb9242
Ronin Challenge (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons/Forgotten Realms/Oriental Adventures Module OA6) by Curtis SmithTSR 9257
Test of the Samurai (AD&D/Forgotten Realms/Oriental Adventures Module OA7) by Rick SwanTSR 9258
Ninja Wars (AD&D/Forgotten Realms/Oriental Adventures Module FROA1) by Nigel Findley9307
Kara-Tur: Trail Map/Tm5 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms) by TSR Inc9402

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  1. Horde Campaign by Curtis Scott (1991)
  2. The Horde (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) by David Cook (1991)
  3. Maztica Campaign Set (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, 2nd Edition) by Douglas Niles (1991)
  4. Oasis of the White Palm (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons module I4) by Philip Meyers (1983)
  5. Pirates of the Fallen Stars (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms) by Curtis Scott (1992)
  6. The Bloodstone Wars by Doug Niles (1987)
  7. N5: Under Illefarn by Steve Perrin (1987)
  8. Monstrous Compendium: Greyhawk Adventures (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Appendix) by TSR Staff (1990)
  9. Cormyr (Forgotten Realms, No. 9410, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Roleplay) by Eric W. Haddock (1994)
  10. UK1: Beyond the Crystal Cave by Dave J. Browne (1983)
  11. Test of the Warlords by Douglas Niles (1984)
  12. Oriental Adventures by James Wyatt (2001)
  13. The Ghost Tower of Inverness (C2) by Allen Hammack (1980)
  14. D1-2: Descent into the Depths of the Earth by Gary Gygax (1980)
  15. Monster Manual II (1st edition) by Gary Gygax (1983)

Series description

The Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game campaign setting of Kara-Tur depicts a fantasy realm based on an assortment of asian mythologies and history. In D&D terms, this fantasy realm comprises the realm of Kara-Tur within the world of Toril, which it shares with other campaign settings such as the Forgotten Realms, Maztica, the Horde, and Al-Qadim.

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