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English: A fan-made diagram indicating how the various "Discworld" novels by Terry Pratchett relate to each other.
Author Krzysztof Kietzman, Jakov Olekstein, Diana Nock and others
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current13:32, 7 July 2020Thumbnail for version as of 13:32, 7 July 20201,698 × 1,787 (795 KB)GodaiA larger cropp from the original file, keeping all the authors' names intact as requested by Mr. Kietzman himself and as demanded by the licence.
17:07, 3 April 2018Thumbnail for version as of 17:07, 3 April 20181,655 × 1,673 (556 KB)SandsteinFile:Discworld Reading Order Guide 3.0.jpg cropped 8 % horizontally, 49 % vertically using CropTool with lossless mode.
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