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. Dawn of the Emperors: Thyatis and Alphatia (Dungeons and Dragons Gazetteer Official Game Accessory) by Aaron Allston (1989)
  2. World's Largest Dungeon by Alderac Entertainment Group (2004)
  3. Aurora's Whole Realms Catalog by Anne B. Brown (1992)
  4. Dungeons by Alderac Entertainment Group (2002)
  5. Legends & Lairs: Twisted Lore by Fantasy Flight Games (2003)
  6. Macross II: The Role-Playing Game by Kevin Siembieda (1993)
  7. Joshuan's Almanac (Mystara Accessory) by Ann Dupuis (1995)
  8. The Book of Unusual Treasures by Philip Reed
  9. Races of the Dragon by Gwendolyn F. M. Kestrel (2006)
  10. Wrath of the Immortals (Dungeons & Dragons Game Accessory) by Aaron Allston (1992)
  11. Libris Mortis by Andy Collins (2004)
  12. Hollow World (Dungeons and Dragons Campaign Set) by Aaron Allston (1990)
  13. Magic of Faerûn by Sean K Reynolds (2001)
  14. The Ultimate Powers Book (Marvel Super Heroes Accessory MA3) by David E. Martin (1987)
  15. The Sunless Citadel by Bruce R. Cordell (2000)

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