Series: Randal Morn Trilogy

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The Sword of the Dales by James Butler1
The Secret of Spiderhaunt (AD&D/Forgotten Realms Adventure) by Jim Butler2
The Return of Randal Morn (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms) by Jim Butler3

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  1. Undermountain: The Lost Level by Steven Schend (1996)
  2. Fires of Zatal (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, 2nd Edition) by Jeff Grubb (1991)
  3. The Bloodstone Wars by Doug Niles (1987)
  4. N5: Under Illefarn by Steve Perrin (1987)
  5. Giantcraft (Forgotten Realms Official Game Accessory) by Ray Winninger (1995)
  6. Swords of the Iron Legion (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms Adventure I14 ) by Mike Breault (1988)
  7. Nehwon (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Lankhmar Module LNA2) by Blake Mobley (1990)
  8. Cormyr (Forgotten Realms, No. 9410, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Roleplay) by Eric W. Haddock (1994)
  9. Test of the Warlords by Douglas Niles (1984)
  10. Vengeance of Alphaks by Skip Williams (1986)
  11. Rock of Bral by L. Richard Baker (1992)
  12. The Shining South by Tom Prusa (1993)
  13. D3: Vault of the Drow by Gary Gygax (1978)
  14. Swords of the Undercity (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Lankhmar Module CA1) by Carl Smith (1986)
  15. Rahasia (Dungeons & Dragons module B7) by Tracy Hickman (1984)

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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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