Series: TORG Novels

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Storm Knights (Torg, the Possibility Wars) by Bill SlavicsekWEG20601
The Dark Realm (Torg, the Possibility Wars ; Bk. 2) by Douglas KaufmanWEG20602
The Nightmare Dream (Book 3 of the Possibility Wars/Torg) by Jonatha Ariadne CaspianWEG20603
Strange Tales From the Nile Empire by Greg GordenWEG20604
Dragons over England (Possibility Wars) by Ed StarkWEG20605
Out Of Nippon by Nigel FindleyWEG20607
Mysterious Cairo by Greg GordenWEG20608
Interview with evil (Torg, the possibility wars) by John TerraWEG20609
City of Pain by John TerraWEG20610

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  1. Stormshooters and Troubleknights (Torg, the Possibility Wars) by Lidberd (1993)
  2. Torg: No Quarter Given - For Revenge by Brian Sean Perry (1993)
  3. Goblin's Return (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Spelljammer Module SJS1) by Bruce Nesmith (1991)
  4. Beyond the Moons by David Cook (1991)
  5. Choose Your Enemies Carefully by Robert N. Charrette (1991)
  6. Rock of Bral by L. Richard Baker (1992)
  7. The Anubis Murders by Gary Gygax (1992)
  8. Tales from the Ether by Frank Chadwick (1989)
  9. City of Hawks (Gord the Rogue, Book 3) by Gary Gygax (1987)
  10. Pool of radiance by James M. Ward (1989)
  11. Chase into Space by Kim Mohan (1988)
  12. The Samarkand Solution by Gary Gygax (1993)
  13. Blood Hostages by J. Robert King (1996)
  14. Gargoyle (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Greyhawk Adventures module WG9) by David Collins (1989)
  15. City of Terrors (Tunnels & Trolls Solitaire Adventure #9) by Michael A. Stackpole (1978)

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