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World of Warcraft Dungeon Companion

Brady Games - 2006
    Every Dungeon: Low-level instances and the toughest raid dungeons are all covered in this monstrous compendium. Light is shed on everything from Ragefire Chasm to Ahn' Qiraj.Outdoor World Boss Encounters: Learn exactly what you need to take down Azuregos, Lord Kazzak, and the Dragons of Nightmare.Much more: Monster Information, Quest Guidance, Rewards, and Secret Rooms.Platform: PC CD-ROM Genre: MMORPG   This product is available for sale worldwide.

Orcs, Bears, and Assholes

Robert Bevan - 2012
    The option to wait things out disappears when they get attacked by an enormous bear.

Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil: An Adventure taking Characters From 4th to 14th Level

Monte Cook - 2001
    Now, veteran designer Monte Cook revisits this legendary setting in an all-new adventure written for the" D&D(r)" game. Players will enjoy countless hours of play as they race against an evil band of priests attempting to unleash the dark god upon the world. "Return To" products are tremendously popular adventures that revisit the most infamous dungeons from the early days of the" D&D" game. Seasoned" D&D" veterans will enjoy the nostalgia of returning to the games they played years ago, while newer players will appreciate the chance to play in these legendary settings.

Curse of the Azure Bonds

Jeff Grubb - 1989

Dungeoneer's Survival Guide

Douglas Niles - 1986
    Contains all-new information on combat, mining, underground civilizations,and much more!"...In the impenetrable darkness of the underearth, unimaginable terrors and uncountable treasures await."For beginners, advanced players and DMs, this book opens up grand new vistas in the realms of the underdark, that little-known region of dungeons and caverns far beneath the sunlit world of everyday existence.The worlds of subterranean adventure awaits!

The Complete Druid's Handbook

David L. Pulver - 1994
    This 128-page accessory expands the living world of the druid in the AD&D 2nd Edition game, bringing new homes, character kits, personalities, spells, magical items, herbal lore, and a hundred details on druidic society, sacred groves, and high-level aspirations. This book has it all—don't leave the woods without it!

The Isle of Dread

David Zeb Cook - 1981
    As the first D&D wilderness adventure published by TSR Hobbies, the Isle of Dread is designed as an instructional module to help novice Dungeon Masters design their own wilderness adventures.This module contains maps and background material for the Isle, fifteen new monsters, and suggestions for further adventures. In addition, The Isle of Dread contains a map and background information for a large continent, and eleven smaller maps for encounters on the island itself. In this module, players will push their way through dark jungles and treacherous swamps to discover the lost plateau, and the final secrets of - the Isle of Dread!

Steading of the Hill Giant Chief

Gary Gygax - 1978
    It provides a complete module for play of ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, and it can be used alone or as the first of a three-part expedition adventure which also employs DUNGEON MODULE G2 (GLACIAL RIFT OF THE FROST GIANT JARL) and DUNGEON MODULE G3 (HALL OF THE FIRE GIANT KING).

A Good War

Robert Brooks - 2018
    This limited edition hardback version collects two new World of Warcraft novellas from the point of view of the Alliance (Elegy, by Christie Golden) and the Horde (A Good War, by Robert Brooks). These two tales explore the Horde and the Alliance versions of a fateful event, but only you can decide which faction tells it best. Each story includes original artwork exclusive to this edition.

The Complete Wizard's Handbook

Rick Swan - 1990
    Look out, world - you'll never look at a mage the same way again!

Sword and Fist: A Guidebook to Fighters and Monks (Dungeons & Dragons Accessory)

Jason Carl - 2001
    Contains prestige classes, feats, combat tactics, weapons, and a discussion of the role of fighters and monks in the campaign world.

Core Rulebook Gift Set

Wizards of the Coast - 2018
    All rules and reference required to play the world's greatest roleplaying game.The Dungeons & Dragons gift set includes a copy of all three core rulebooks and a Dungeon Master's Screen, everything you need to create and play adventures of your own in the world's greatest roleplaying game.

Song and Silence: A Guidebook to Bards and Rogues

John D. Rateliff - 2001
    Packed with new ways to customize even the most artful characters this book includes: New feats, prestige classes, weapons, spells, magic items, and equipment. Complete guidelines for trapmaking, including 90 sample traps. Descriptions of a wide range of thieves' guilds and bardic colleges. Detailed rules for flanking opponents in combat. Dungeon Masters and players who want to add a new dimension to their bards and rogues will find a wealth of indispensable material within these pages. To use this accessory, a Dungeon Master also needs the "Player's Handbook," the "Dungeon Master's ""Guide," and the "Monster Manual." A player needs only the "Player's Handbook."

Complete Ninja's Handbook

Aaron Allston - 1995
    This 128-page accessory gives you all the information you need to role-play exotic ninja, lone wolf operatives, and other character types - new character kits, special rules, and descriptions of the ninja's unique weapons and equipment. The Complete Ninja's Handbook brings life to these shadowy figures of myth and legend.

White Plume Mountain

Lawrence Schick - 1979
    WHITE PLUME MOUNTAIN is from the Special ("S") series; like others in this series, it is meant to stand on its own and is a complete ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS adventure. The recommended number of players is four to ten, with levels ranging from fifth to tenth.Introduction:White Plume Mountain has always been a subject of superstitious awe to the neighboring villagers. People still travel many miles to gaze upon this natural wonder, though few will approach it closely, as it is reputed to be the haunt of various demons & devils. The occasional disappearance of those who stray too close to the Plume reinforces this belief.Thirteen hundred years ago, the wizard Keraptis was searching for a suitable haven where he could indulge his eccentricities without fear of interference. He visited White Plume Mountain, going closer than most dared to, & discovered the system of old lava-tubes that riddle the cone & the underlying strata.With a little alteration, he thought, these would be perfect for his purposes. The area already had a bad reputation, & he could think of a few ways to make it worse. So, taking with him his fanatically loyal company of renegade gnomes, he disappeared below white Plume Mountain & vanished from the knowledge of men...