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Wizard's Spell Compendium, Volume One by Jon Pickensvolume 1
Wizard's Spell Compendium, Volume Two by Jon Pickensvolume 2
Wizard's Spell Compendium, Volume Three by Jon Pickensvolume 3
Wizard's Spell Compendium, Volume Four by Jon Pickensvolume 4
Wizard's Spell Compendium Volume One, Two, Three, Four by Ed. Jon PickensVolumes 1-4

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  3. Monstrous Compendium Annual, Vol. 3 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, Accessory/2166) by Jon Pickens (1996)
  4. Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, 2nd Edition by Jeff Grubb (1993)
  5. Greyhawk Adventures by James M. Ward (1988)
  6. I, Tyrant (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Monstrous Arcana Accessory) by Aaron Allston (1996)
  7. The Sea Devils (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, 2nd Edition: Monstrous Arcana, Accessory/9539) by Skip Williams (1997)
  8. Races of the Wild by Skip Williams (2005)
  9. Enemies and Allies by Jeff Grubb (2001)
  10. Lords of Madness: The Book of Aberrations by Richard Baker (2005)
  11. Defenders of the Faith: A Guidebook to Clerics and Paladins by James Wyatt (2001)
  12. Sharn: City of Towers by Keith Baker (2004)
  13. Tomb of the Lizard King (I2) by Mark Acres (1982)
  14. Complete Scoundrel by Mike McArtor (2007)
  15. Book of Erotic Fantasy by Gwendolyn F. M. Kestrel (2003)

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