Series: Ptolus

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The Banewarrens by Monte Cook
Chaositech by Monte Cook
Monte Cook's Ptolus: City by the Spire by Monte Cook
A Player's Guide to Ptolus by Monte Cook
Ptolus Counter Collection by Claudio Pozas
Ptolus: Monte Cook's City by the Spire by Monte Cook
Ptolus: The Night of Dissolution by Monte Cook
Queen of Lies by Monte Cook

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  1. Requiem for a God by Monte Cook (2002)
  2. Demon God's Fane by Monte Cook (2002)
  3. When The Sky Falls by Bruce Cordell (2003)
  4. Beyond Countless Doorways by Monte Cook (2004)
  5. W1: The Crucible of Freya by Clark Peterson (2000)
  6. Pathfinder #1: Burnt Offerings by James Jacobs (2007)
  7. Monte Cook Presents Iron Heroes (Iron Heroes d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying by Mike Mearls (2005)
  8. City State of the Invincible Overlord (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying) by Patrick Lawinger (2004)
  9. Maze of Zayene Dimensions of Flight (Sword Sorcery) by Robert J. Kuntz (1987)
  10. The Sunless Citadel by Bruce R. Cordell (2000)
  11. Eberron Campaign Setting by Keith Baker (2004)
  12. Return to the Tomb of Horrors (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Tomes) by Bruce R. Cordell (1998)
  13. Sharn: City of Towers by Keith Baker (2004)
  14. Mithril: City of the Golem by Deidre Brooks (2001)
  15. The Book of Roguish Luck by Wolfgang Baur (2005)

Series description


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What isn't a series?

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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