Series: Mongoose Publishing Travellers' Tales

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Ships of the Goblinoids by Matthew SprangeMGP 3002
Ships of the Elves by Mike MajorMGP 3003
Ships of War by Alejandro MelchorMGP 3004
Crusades Of Valour: When Gods Collide by Paul CockburnMGP 3005

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  1. The Slayer's Guide to Centaurs by Matthew Sprange (2001)
  2. Seas Of Blood (Dungeons & Dragons/D&D D20 Accessory) by Matthew Sprange (2001)
  3. The Quintessential Fighter by Mongoose Publishing Staff (2002)
  4. Ultimate NPCs by Ian Harrac (2004)
  5. Encyclopaedia Arcane: Constructs - It Is Alive by Alejandro Melchor (2002)
  6. Mithril: City of the Golem by Deidre Brooks (2001)
  7. The Planes: Feuerring - Gateway To Hell by Tomas Knauss (2002)
  8. Evil by Alderac Entertainment Group (2002)
  9. Slayers Guide to Titans by Gareth Hanrahan (2003)
  10. Cities Of Fantasy: Skraag - City Of Orcs by Wil Upchurch (2002)
  11. Hammer & Helm: A Guidebook to Dwarves by Jesse Decker (2002)
  12. Legends & Lairs: Path of the Sword by Fantasy Flight Games (2003)
  13. Gary Gygax's World Builder: Gygaxian Fantasy Worlds Vol. 2 by Gary Gygax (2003)
  14. The Book of Hallowed Might by Monte Cook (2003)
  15. The Canting Crew (Counter Pack Series, 1) by Gary Gygax (2002)

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