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    The Greyhawk Collector's Guide has moved to the ENWorld wiki.
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    And that means that I no longer need to split it into four parts...
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    ...which makes it a lot easier...
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    ...to update it!
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    Wow. That's impressive.

    Under the category of Web Articles, you might consider...

    3.5 Update of Tomb of Horrors
    Return to the Temple of the Frog

    There are other web-adventures on that page as well, though I'm unsure of their Greyhawkyness.

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    Echohawk, you are the wind beneath my wings.

    You may want to also think about including Planescape's Dead Gods adventure in this, since it has an entire chapter devoted to the Vault of the Drow; if I recall correctly, that's the only time in 2E we get a look at the Vault, and unless there's something I'm not remembering, is still the most recent look at that city in D&D history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_monkey1956 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Alzrius View Post
    You may want to also think about including Planescape's Dead Gods adventure in this, since it has an entire chapter devoted to the Vault of the Drow
    These are all good suggestions and have been added, thanks. I'd just added Return to the Temple of the Frog to the Blackmoor guide, but completely forgot to also add it to this one .

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    Hm, I just remembered that the Epic Level Handbook also has an appendix with some epic-level Greyhawk NPCs in it. Not sure if that's enough to be added here, though.

    EDIT: And, for that matter, the chapter of Greyhawk deities in Deities and Demigods 3E, who also had some info in Complete Divine (albeit not much).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alzrius View Post
    Hm, I just remembered that the Epic Level Handbook also has an appendix with some epic-level Greyhawk NPCs in it. Not sure if that's enough to be added here, though.

    EDIT: And, for that matter, the chapter of Greyhawk deities in Deities and Demigods 3E, who also had some info in Complete Divine (albeit not much).
    I think those three have enough "Greyhawkyness" to be worth adding

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    Ant: this is a very impressive listing! Great job!

    The 4e RPGA DM Rewards for 2010 was the Tomb of Horrors, so that's worth including, too

    Quote Originally Posted by Alzrius View Post
    You may want to also think about including Planescape's Dead Gods adventure in this, since it has an entire chapter devoted to the Vault of the Drow; if I recall correctly, that's the only time in 2E we get a look at the Vault, and unless there's something I'm not remembering, is still the most recent look at that city in D&D history.
    The Vault was also detailed in Dragon, more recently than in DG:

    Dragon #298, p72, The Vault of the Drow (August 2002)
    Dragon #300, p90, Playing Pieces: Denizens of Darkness (October 2002)

    And again in Oerth Journal #14.

    There was also a 2nd printing of Dark Chateau in 2008 or so, too (also from TLG).

    Rob also has a few articles over on Canonfire!, including one on Tharizdun, and the Demon Senders.

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