Series: Poor Wizard's Almanac and Book of Facts

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Poor Wizard's Almanac & Book of Facts (Dungeons & Dragon Challenger Series) by Aaron Allstonbook 1
Poor Wizard's Almanac II & Book of Facts by Ann DupuisBook 2
Poor Wizard's Almanac & Book of Facts III by Ann DupuisBook 3

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  1. Joshuan's Almanac (Mystara Accessory) by Ann Dupuis (1995)
  2. The Sea People (Dungeons & Dragons/Creature Crucible PC3) by Jim Bambra (1990)
  3. Dawn of the Emperors: Thyatis and Alphatia (Dungeons and Dragons Gazetteer Official Game Accessory) by Aaron Allston (1989)
  4. Wrath of the Immortals (Dungeons & Dragons Game Accessory) by Aaron Allston (1992)
  5. Dungeon Master Survival Kit by Steven Schend (1995)
  6. First Quest/Audio Cd Game (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition) by TSR Staff (1994)
  7. Aurora's Whole Realms Catalog by Anne B. Brown (1992)
  8. Five Shires (Dungeons & Dragons Gazetteer GAZ8) by Ed Greenwood (1988)
  9. World's Largest Dungeon by Alderac Entertainment Group (2004)
  10. Hollow World (Dungeons and Dragons Campaign Set) by Aaron Allston (1990)
  11. Night of the Vampire by L. Richard Baker (1994)
  12. Legends & Lairs: Twisted Lore by Fantasy Flight Games (2003)
  13. Champions of Mystara: Heroes of the Princess Ark (Dungeons & Dragons Game : Challenger) by Ann Dupuis (1993)
  14. Twilight Calling by Tom Moldvay (1986)
  15. Dungeons by Alderac Entertainment Group (2002)

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