Greyhawk literature

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

Writings[edit]

  • 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
  • The Magical Properties of Gemstones by Mage Tenser[1]
  • The Magical Properties of Herbs and Flowers by Mage Tenser[1]
  • The Metaphysics of Mathematics by Mage Nystul[1]
  • A Most Worshipful Guide to Benign Merikka
  • A Rigorous and Complete Treatises 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[edit]

See also[edit]

Lirr

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Browne, Dave J. The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh (TSR, 1981)

Additional reading[edit]