Series: Judges Guild Dungeons & Dragons

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The Original Tegel Manor: Revised & Expanded by Bob Bledsaw
Ready Ref Sheets (Volume 1) by Judges GuildJG0014
Tegel Manor by Bob BledsawJG0027
Modron by Bob BledsawJG0034
Campaign Hexagon System by Bill OwenJG0047
Wilderlands of High Fantasy (Judges Guild, Dungeons and Dragons) by Bill OwenJG0048
The Thieves of Fortress Badabaskor (Dungeons & Dragons) by Marc SummerlottJG0052
Castle Book I by Bob BledsawJG0060
Island Book I by Bill DavisJG0061
City State of the Invincible Overlord, Revised Edition by Bob BledsawJG0062
Citadel of Fire (Judges Guild) by Marc SummerlottJG0063
Fantastic Wilderlands Beyonde (Dungeons & Dragons) by Bob BledsawJG0067
Frontier Forts of Kelnore (Judges Guild, Dungeons and Dragons) by Dave SeringJG0071
The Dragon Crown by Michael E MayeauJG0076
Of Skulls and Scrapfaggot Green by Bob BlakeJG0080
Wilderlands of the Magic Realm by Mark HolmerJG0092
Under the Storm Giant's Castle by Thomas McCloudJG0093
Survival of the fittest!: A solitaire dungeon for 1, 2, 3, or 4 players (Judges Guild) by Michael E MayeauJG0095
Caverns of Thracia by Paul JaquaysJG0102
Verbosh by Paul NevinsJG0108
Operation Ogre by Michael E MayeauJG0109
The Mines of Custalcon (Judges Guild, Wilderness Book One) by Bryan HinnenJG0111
The Book of Treasure Maps by Paul JaquaysJG0113
Sword of Hope: Official Adventure Approved for Dungeons and Dragons by David EmighJG0118
Tower of Ulission by Dave EmighJG0119
Spies of Lightelf (Judges Guild, Wilderness Book Two) by Bryan HinnenJG0270
Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches: Official Campaign Aid Approved for Dungeons & Dragons by Paul JaquaysJG0300
Book of Treasure Maps II (Judges Guild: Dungeons & Dragons) by Daniel HauffeJG0320
The Unknown Gods by Bob BledsawJG0420

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Judges Guild supplements approved for use with the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game

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