Greyhawk Collector's Guide

Echohawk

Shirokinukatsukami fan
Two more additions, Ant:

- AFS#2 zine includes the article "Advent of the Elder Ones: Mythos vs. Man in the Lake Geneva Original Campaign, 1973-1976" by Robert J Kuntz; details on zine @ http://hallsoftizunthane.blogspot.com/2012/12/afs-issue-2-is-released.html

- Black Blade is reprinting Bottle City, should be out next month or so :D
Thanks as always for these updates. The Greyhawk Collector's Guide should now include everything you mentioned in the last two posts :cool:
 

grodog

Adventurer
I've updated the date for that reprint on the wiki, thanks.
Cool, thanks! A few more correction for you that I noticed while browsing the RJK books @ http://www.enworld.org/forum/showwiki.php?title=Greyhawk-Collectors-Guide-part-2#Works-of-Robert-J-Kuntz

- Dark Druids (1976, republished 2002): DD wasn't published until 2002; the original ms. dates from c. 1976 but it wasn't published then

To The City of Brass (Electronic release, 1987): the date for this is correct, but that's about it :D The correct title is "(To the) City of Brass" and it was originally an RPGA tournament adventure first run at DragonCon #1 in Sept 1987. The 1987 version is linked best @ https://www.acaeum.com/library/citybrass.html and presents the original 1987 key + map. The link to rpggeek @ http://rpggeek.com/rpgitem/50351/city-brass points to the electronic re-release of the adventure with Necromancer Games trade dress in 2002. I haven't compared the versions in at least 10 years, but IIRC the NG version is the same text as the Acaeum version.

- Garden of the Plantmaster (1987, republished 2003): for reference, Rob also republished GotPM via Terry Austin's Hyperbooks imprint in 1996 (in .PDF format); it reproduces the CU GotPM text, but the map and key were in color (they were B&W in the CU print edition), which makes it a very useful reference for running the adventure.

- Sir Robilar's City of Brass (2003) - this was co-written with Jeff Knight (who wrote ~60% of the text published in this edition)

Thanks!
 

grodog

Adventurer
Some updates, Ant:

- a new print edition of Dark Druids by Chaotic Henchmen Productions, for AD&D 1e rules is available as of yesterday @ http://www.chaotichenchmen.com/p/dark-druids-by-robert-j-kuntz.html with news/announcement @ http://www.chaotichenchmen.com/2015/02/robert-j-kuntzs-dark-druids-now.html
- the new DD is based on the 2006 expanded version of DD that I'd forgotten about (it was a .pdf only electronic product from PPP in 2006); some details on this on the old PPP forums @ http://piedpiperpublishing.yuku.com/topic/426/Dark-Druids-2nd-Edition-Now-Available#.VO5Ili6TSvM

Also: have you been cataloging the new electronic articles for Greyhawk in Dragon and Dungeon, by chance? Some folks were asking on CF! @ http://www.canonfire.com/cf/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=6084 about them.

Allan.
 

grodog

Adventurer
Ant---
[MENTION=9849]Echohawk[/MENTION]: do you have the Greyhawk guide in Excel format, by chance? I was thinking that a checklist might be useful to have, at some point....

Allan
 

Echohawk

Shirokinukatsukami fan
[MENTION=9849]Echohawk[/MENTION]: do you have the Greyhawk guide in Excel format, by chance? I was thinking that a checklist might be useful to have, at some point....
Alas, I only have the Collector's Guides in the same text format you do. I do have a large meta-spreadsheet of D&D information, but it doesn't include everything in the Collector's Guides, and it also isn't split up into settings, so it's not something I'd want to release without doing a lot of additional work to fix it first. The Collector's Guides are all overdue for a bit of maintenance, but I'm focusing more on the Monster ENCyclopedia series are the moment.
 

Echohawk

Shirokinukatsukami fan
[MENTION=9849]Echohawk[/MENTION]: is the GH Collector's Guide down??
No, but all of the older links to the various Collector's Guides seem to have been broken during the most recent reorganisation of the site. I had to search a bit, but it looks like it is now here.
 

grodog

Adventurer
No, but all of the older links to the various Collector's Guides seem to have been broken during the most recent reorganisation of the site. I had to search a bit, but it looks like it is now here.
Thanks, I had found that, but the Part 1 and Part 2 links don't work for me. You?

Allan.
 

Echohawk

Shirokinukatsukami fan
Thanks, I had found that, but the Part 1 and Part 2 links don't work for me. You?
No. All of the old links are quite broken, and it looks like the multi-part guides have lost the extra parts :(. On the plus side, it also looks like the maximum message size has been increased, so I've just copied the second half of the Greyhawk Guide into part one. All of the links remain very broken for now, but the content should be there.
 

grodog

Adventurer
No. All of the old links are quite broken, and it looks like the multi-part guides have lost the extra parts :(. On the plus side, it also looks like the maximum message size has been increased, so I've just copied the second half of the Greyhawk Guide into part one. All of the links remain very broken for now, but the content should be there.
Gotcha, thanks! I'll update my link to the main guide page to just one page, then.

Allan.
 

Echohawk

Shirokinukatsukami fan
Forgotten Realms one is down (I didn't check any of the others)

Brette:)
The Forgotten Realms Collector's Guide ended up here (well, at least the first part did). I think all of the Collector's Guide are available again somewhere on ENWorld, but I have to search for them, and there are many broken links after all of the wiki upgrades. At some point I will work through them fixing the links.
 

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