Was there a Greyhawk setting book for 3.X?


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I am having the hardest time finding any trace of it.

(No I am not looking to buy one off EBAY for thousands of dollars.)


The only one I can recall was the Greyhawk Gazetteer. It was about the size of a large module in page count, give or take. Really a disappointment for those who bought into "Greyhawk is the official setting for D&D 3.5". I don't remember seeing anything but that one splatbook, but they pushed out tons for Forgotten Realms.

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
The only one I can recall was the Greyhawk Gazetteer. It was about the size of a large module in page count, give or take. Really a disappointment for those who bought into "Greyhawk is the official setting for D&D 3.5". I don't remember seeing anything but that one splatbook, but they pushed out tons for Forgotten Realms.

That's my memory as well.


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Strictly speaking, there was the D&D Gazetteer (which had a limited-edition variant cover as well), but the Living Greyhawk Gazetteer covered everything in it and quite a bit more.

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Alzrius wrote:
Strictly speaking, there was the D&D Gazetteer (which had a limited-edition variant cover as well), but the Living Greyhawk Gazetteer covered everything in it and quite a bit more.

Cool. I will see if I can find it.


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Only other Greyhawk specific book that I know of was the Expedition to the Ruins of Castle Greyhawk. That was a hardback adventure book.


Hmm...I have that book. I should dig it out and look through for ideas. My group wouldn't go for a complete run-through of the book, though.


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Expedition to Castle Ravenloft is also good for ideas.


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I should have bought that when it was new. Now it's far out of my price range on eBay.

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I should have bought that when it was new. Now it's far out of my price range on eBay.

The two Gazetteers are available in PDF on Drivethru.

They aren't available as print on demand, but additional products do get added to POD from time to time.

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amethal wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I should have bought that when it was new. Now it's far out of my price range on eBay.

The two Gazetteers are available in PDF on Drivethru.

They aren't available as print on demand, but additional products do get added to POD from time to time.

Thank You!


amethal wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I should have bought that when it was new. Now it's far out of my price range on eBay.

The two Gazetteers are available in PDF on Drivethru.

They aren't available as print on demand, but additional products do get added to POD from time to time.

Thanks!


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And you can always take a PDF to a print shop like Kinko's and ask them to print it perfect-bound for you. (Or spiral-bound if you're on a budget.) You may need to show a receipt of purchase before they'll do that.


Hmm..didn't know that.

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