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 .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
I think those three have enough "Greyhawkyness" to be worth addingHm, 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).
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.
Generic AD&D adventures set in Greyhawk
G1: Steading of the Hill Giant Chief (July 1978)
G2: The Glacial Rift of the Frost Giant Jarl (July 1978)
G3: Hall of the Fire Giant King (July 1978)
D1: Descent into the Depths of the Earth (August 1978)
D2: Shrine of the Kuo-Toa (August 1978)
D3: Vault of the Drow (monochrome cover August 1978, colour cover 1981)
S1: Tomb of Horrors (monochrome cover November 1978, colour cover 1980)
C1: The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan (monochrome cover June 1979, colour cover 1980)
S2: White Plume Mountain (monochrome cover September 1979, colour cover 1980)
T1: The Village of Hommlet (monochrome cover October 1979, colour cover 1981)
S3: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks (May 1980)
A1: Slave Pits of the Undercity (August 1980)
Q1: Queen of the Demonweb Pits (1980)
C2: The Ghost Tower of Inverness (1980)
A2: Secret of the Slavers' Stockade (1981)
A3: Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords (1981)
A4: In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords (1981)
L1: The Secret of Bone Hill (1981)
I1: Dwellers of the Forbidden City (1981)
G1-2-3: Against the Giants (1981)
D1-2: Descent into the Depths of the Earth (1981)
U1: The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh (1981)
S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1982, originally published as "Lost Caverns of Tsojconth" 1976)
R1: To the Aid of Falx (January 1982)
R2: Investigation of Hydell (February 1982)
R3: Egg of the Phoenix (March 1982)
N1: Against the Cult of the Reptile God (1982)
U2: Danger at Dunwater (1982)
R4: Doc's Island (May 1983)
L2: The Assassin's Knot (July 1983)
UK1: Beyond the Crystal Cave (1983)
EX1: Dungeonland (1983)
EX2: Land Beyond the Magic Mirror (1983)
U3: The Final Enemy (1983)
UK2: The Sentinel (1983)
UK3: The Gauntlet (1984)
T1-4: The Temple of Elemental Evil (1985)
A1-4: Scourge of the Slavelords (April 1986)
GDQ1-7: Queen of the Spiders (August 1986)
DA1: Adventures in Blackmoor (September 1986)
DA2: Temple of the Frog (December 1986)
DA3: City of the Gods (March 1987)
DA4: The Duchy of Ten (June 1987)
S1-4: Realms of Horror (September 1987)
L3: Deep Dwarven Delve (included in the Silver Anniversary TSR Collector's Edition, August 1999)
Thanks! It was by far the most challenging guide so far, and I'm very glad it is finally finishedAnt: this is a very impressive listing! Great job!
Ooh, good point. Added, along with the non-rewards 4e version of Tomb of Horrors and Revenge of the Giants.The 4e RPGA DM Rewards for 2010 was the Tomb of Horrors, so that's worth including, too
Noted.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.
man... at one point in time, I had every single one of these... every one... sadly, nearly all of them have disappeared over the years... too many moves and spills...
These articles I think I'm going to leave off the list, notwithstanding the pedigree of the author. Otherwise I can see myself trying to document every Greyhawk-related post Gary made in the Q&A threads here or on other forums, and I need to preserve my few remaining sanity points for the Forgotten Realms guide...
Right. That whole permission part . . .Erik Mona, responding to the call!
That material is copyright Wizards of the Coast, so I cannot avocate sharing it without their permission.
Yes, yes it is. How about teasing folks what's in it?That said, I'll bet it was AWESOME.