Could be. I sold my copy a decade or so ago, so can't skim through. I remember being disappointed with it, though - even back then I was a "setting first" guy with my RPG books. But that cover...one my all-time favorites.I think Greyhawk Adventures is still more of a setting book than a splat. There are some rules expansions in there, like zero-level characters, but as I recall most of the book is still about places and NPCs in the setting.