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Munchkin d20 Monster Manual (D20 Generic System) by John W. Mangrum
Munchkin d20 Munchkin Masters Gde (D20 Generic System) by Andrew Hackard
Munchkin Masters Screen by Andrew Hackard
Munchkin Monster Manual 2.5 by John Mangrum
Munchkin Players Handbook (D20 Generic System) by Andrew Hackard
Star Munchkin RPG (D20 Generic System) by Steve Jackson Games

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Recommendations

  1. Munchkins Guide to Power Gaming (Steve Jackson games) by James Desborough (1999)
  2. Ultimate Prestige Classes (d20 System, Volume 1) by Andrew Melchor (2002)
  3. Book of Challenges: Dungeon Rooms, Puzzles, and Traps (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.0 Fantasy Roleplaying) by Daniel Kaufman (2002)
  4. Lost Ships by Ed Greenwood (1990)
  5. Champions of Mystara: Heroes of the Princess Ark (Dungeons & Dragons Game : Challenger) by Ann Dupuis (1993)
  6. Legend of the Five Rings – Game Master’s Guide by Ree Soesbee (1999)
  7. Dragonstar: Starfarer's Handbook by Fantasy Flight Games (2001)
  8. World's Largest Dungeon by Alderac Entertainment Group (2004)
  9. The Book of Unremitting Horror by Dave Allsop (2005)
  10. Planar Handbook (Dungeon & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying) by Bruce R. Cordell (2004)
  11. The World Of Synnibarr by Raven c.s. McCracken (1993)
  12. Game Master's Pack by Green Ronin (2005)
  13. GURPS Deadlands: Weird West by Andrew Hackard (2001)
    Same series: Deadlands (d20) (Deadlands)
  14. Arcana Unearthed: A Variant Player's Handbook by Monte Cook (2003)
  15. GURPS Shapeshifters by Robert M. Schroeck (2003)

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