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Paranoia (2nd Edition) by Greg CostikyanWEG12000
The DOA Sector Travelogue (Paranoia: The Roleplaying Game) by Steve GilbertWEG12004
Alpha Complexities (Paranoia) by Edward S. BolmeWEG12005
Form Pack (in Triplicate) For Paranoia, Second Edition - Paranoia, The Roleplaying Game by West End GamesWEG12006
The Computer Always Shoots Twice by Ken RolstonWEG12007
The People's Glorious Revolutionary Adventure (Paranoia RPG) by Edward S. BolmeWEG12010
PARANOIA: Bot Abusers' Manual by Ed BolmeWEG12012
More Songs About Food Vats (Paranoia RPG) by Karl HughesWEG12013
The Iceman Returneth (Paranoia) by Sam ShirleyWEG12015
Don't Take Your Laser To Town (Paranoia RPG) by Malcolm MouvisWEG12016
Alice Through the Mirrorshades by Edward BolmeWEG12017
Twilightcycle: 2000 (Paranoia/Twilight: 2000) by Sam ShirleyWEG12018
Vulture Warriors of Dimension X (Paranoia RPG) by Joseph AnthonyWEG12019
Crash Course Manual (Paranoia RPG) by Doug KaufmanWEG12020
Gamma-LOT by Grant S. BoucherWEG12021
Paranoia Sourcebook: The Alpha Update by Ed BolmeWEG12022
Death, Lies and Vidtape by Allen VarneyWEG12023
The R&D Catalog (Paranoia) by Edward S. BolmeWEG12024
Paramilitary (Paranoia RPG) by Dave LemonWEG12027
Paranormal / Ctv (Paranoia Double-Sided Adventure Book) by Greg FarshteyWEG12028
Mad Mechs (Paranoia RPG) by Ed StarkWEG12031

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