Series: Swashbuckling Adventures

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Swashbuckling Adventures by AegAEG 8550
Heroes, Villains, and Monsters by Steve; Vries Crow, Dana De; D Kevin P.;AEG 8551
Swashbuckling ArcanaAEG 8552
Islands of GoldAEG 8553
Explorer's Society by Peter FlanaganAEG 8554
Strongholds and Hideouts by AEG StaffAEG 8555
Cathay Jewel of the East by AegAEG 8556
Ships and Sea Battles by AegAEG 8557
The Sidhe - Book of Nightmares by Nancy BermanAEG 8558
Knights & Musketeers by AegAEG 8559
Rapier's Edge by Dana De VriesAEG 8560

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Series description

This series is for the D20 game Swashbuckling Adventures. You may also be interested in the 7th Sea series which also uses the same setting but is a different game with different mechanics.


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