Series: TORG Aysle

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Creatures of Aysle (Torg Supplement) by Balsamo Paul
Pixaud's Practical Grimoire by Robert Maxwell
Torg: Aysle - The Sourcebook of Magical Reality (20507) by Greg Farshtey

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