Series: Dungeons and Dragons Creature Crucibles

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Top Ballista by Carl SargentPC2
The Sea People (Dungeons & Dragons/Creature Crucible PC3) by Jim BambraPC3
Night Howlers (Dungeons & Dragons/Creature Crucible PC4) by Ann DupuisPC4

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  1. Hollow World (Dungeons and Dragons Campaign Set) by Aaron Allston (1990)
  2. The Kingdom of Ierendi by Anne Gray McCready (1988)
  3. Castle Amber (Chateau D. Amberville) (Dungeons & Dragons Module X2) by Tom Moldvay (1981)
  4. The Lost City (Dungeon Module, B4) by Tom Moldvay (1982)
  5. The Shady Dragon Inn (Dungeons & Dragons accessory AC1) by Carl Smith (1984)
  6. Twilight Calling by Tom Moldvay (1986)
  7. City of the Gods (Dungeons and Dragons: Blackmoor Module DA3) by Dave L. Arneson (1987)
  8. D3: Vault of the Drow by Gary Gygax (1978)
  9. Vikings: Campaign Sourcebook by David Cook (1991)
  10. Arena of Thyatis by John Nephew (1990)
  11. The Wrath of Olympus by Bob Blake (1987)
  12. Against the Cult of the Reptile God (N1) by Douglas Niles (1983)
  13. Dungeons & Dragons Set 4: Master Rules by Gary Gygax (1985)
  14. Joshuan's Almanac (Mystara Accessory) by Ann Dupuis (1995)
  15. Pharaoh: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Adventure Module (Module I3 for Characters Levels 5-7) by Tracy Hickman (1982)

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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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