Greyhawk literature


Greyhawk literature

The following books, poems, plays, music, and myths exist in the fictional "World of Greyhawk" campaign setting for the "Dungeons & Dragons" roleplaying game.

Writings

*"Acererak's Libram" by Acererak
*"Alterations of Tangibles and Intangibles" by Yagraxx
*"Alterations of the Intrinsic Absolutes" by Math
*"Ancient Cryptomancy" By Phandal
*"Annals of the Family Vordav"
*"Arcane Manipulations of the Entourage" by Otto
*"Arcane Puissance of the Memory" by Rary
*"Arcane Resistance of Dwarves and Halflings" by Serten
*"Architecture" by Leomund and Mordenkainen
*"Art of Coarse Anglin"
*"Art of Communications and Sigils" by Flamsterd
*"Astrology, Divinity, and Mankind" by Yestro Bilnigd
*"A Guide to the World of Greyhawk" by the Savant-Sage
*"A History"
*"An Honest Travellers Strange Tales of the South" by L. Marquel
*"An Inspection of the Nature of Oerth" by Jawan Sumbar
*"The Lost Spellbook of Rary the Traitor" by Rary
*"A Most Worshipful Guide to Benign Merikka"
*"A Rigorous and Complete Treastise on the Theoretical Applications of De-salinated Waters in the Production of Potions"
*"Secrets of Ye Skye Revealed" by Selvor the Elder
*"Strictures of Azharadin"
*"The Thrice Damned Tome of Anashelaq" by Anashelaq
*"Treatise on Mystical Rings" by Levalsa of Enstad
*"Understanding the Handiwork of Celestian" by Agath of Thrunch

Music

*"Aestrella", by Otto
*"Ballad of the Sweaty Yeti"
*"Claws of Dragotha"
*"Expedition to the Barrier Peaks"
*"Fall of the Scarlet Brotherhood"
*"Forlorn Flowers of the Forest"
*"Oh Blinding Light"
*"Red Road to Rift Canyon"
*"Steadfast Heart"

ee also

Lirr

References

*Bonny, Ed. "Arcane Lore: The Lost Spellbook of Rary the Traitor." "Dragon" #249 (TSR, 1998).

*Broadhurst, Creighton, et al. "Living Greyhawk Onnwal Gazetteer." Available online: [http://www.onnwal.org.uk/]

*Brown, Anne. "Player's Guide to Greyhawk" (TSR, 1998).

*Cook, David. "History of the Greyhawk Wars." "Wars" (TSR, 1991). Available Online: [http://www.nyrond.org/turbine/page/university/greyhawkwars.html]
*Cook, David. "Vecna Lives!" (TSR, 1990).

*Cordell, Bruce. "Return to the Tomb of Horrors" (TSR, 1998).

*Findley, Nigel, Dan Salas, Stephen Inniss, and Robert J Kuntz. "Fate of Istus" (TSR, 1989)

*Gygax, Gary. "World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting" (TSR, 1983).

*Heard, Bruce. "Spells Between the Covers." "Dragon" #82 (TSR, 1984).

*Henson, Dale. "Howl From the North" (TSR, 1991).

*Holian, Gary, Erik Mona, Sean K Reynolds, and Frederick Weining. "Living Greyhawk Gazetteer" (Wizards of the Coast, 2000).

*Kerrigan, Stuart. "A Splintered Sun." "Dragon" #293 (Paizo Publishing, 2002).

*McCleskey, HL. "The Ruins of Nol-Daer." "Dungeon #13 (TSR, 1988).

*Miller, Steve. "The Doomgrinder" (TSR, 1998).

*Mona, Erik. "Gem of the Flanaess: City of Greyhawk - Clerkburg." "Living Greyhawk Journal" #4 (Paizo Publishing, 2001).

*Mona, Erik, and Gary Holian. "Wheels within Wheels: Greyhawk's Circle of Eight." "Living Greyhawk Journal" #0 (Paizo Publishing, 2000). Available online: [http://www.wizards.com/rpga/downloads/LGJcircleof8pdf.zip]

*Moore, Roger E. "" (TSR, 1998).

*Morris, Graeme. "The Sentinel" (TSR, 1983).

*Mullin, Robert S. "Arcane Lore: Greyhawk Grimoires II." "Dragon" #241 (TSR, 1997).
**Mullin, Robert S. "Campaign Classics: Three Greyhawk Grimoires." "Dragon" #225 (TSR, 1996).

*Niles, Douglas. "Against the Cult of the Reptile God" (TSR, 1982).

*Sargent, Carl. "Five Shall Be One" (TSR, 1991).

*Veen, Andrew. "A Serenade Before Supper." "Dungeon #53 (TSR, 1995).


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