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Post Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:56 am 
 

I've recently started collecting the Necromancer Games modules, and was curious if anyone had or knew of a complete product list.

I looked around a bit, but nothing seemed readily available.


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Post Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 10:23 am 
 

I just did a quick search over on RPG.net and came up with this:

http://index.rpg.net/display-search.pht ... ort=system

Have no idea if it is complete though.


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Post Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:09 pm 
 

K1 A Family Affair
K2 Diamond Fortress
K3 The Doom of Listonshire
K4 Coils of Set
K5 Six Spheres of Zailhhessh
K6 Shades of Gray
K7 The Tower of Jhedophar
K9 Elemental Moon
The Mother of All Encounter Tables
Lost City of Barakus
Vindication!
Fane of the Witch King
The Crystal Skull
Vampires and Liches
The Mother of All Treasure Tables
W1 The Crucible of Freya
D1 The Tomb of Abysthor
Bard's Gate
L1 Demons and Devils
The City of Brass
R1 Rappan Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves
R2 Rappan Athuk 2: The Middle Levels
R3: The Dungeon of Graves: The Lower Levels
Ancient Kingdoms: Mesopotamia
Rappan Athuk Reloaded
Glades of Death
Dead Man's Chest
G1 Siege of Durgham's Folly
G2 What Evil Lurks...
G3 Hall of the Rainbow Mage
G4 The Vault of Larin Karr
DM1 The Book of Taverns
G5 Chaos Rising
G6 The Grey Citadel
DM2 Raise the Dead
G7 Morrick Mansion
G8 Aberrations
M1 The Maze of Zayene 1: Prisoners of the Maze
M2 The Maze of Zayene 2: Dimensions of Flight
M3 Maze of Zayene 3: Tower Chaos
G9 A Lamination of Thieves
H1 Bonegarden
Trouble at Durbenford
The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps
Tome of Horrors
Tome of Horrors 2
Tome of Horrors 3
Necropolis by Gary Gygax
Player's Guide to the Wilderlands
Caverns of Thracia
City State of the Invincible Overlord
Wilderlands of High Fantasy
Wilderlands of High Fantasy
Eldritch Sorcery
Tome of Artifacts

This doesn't include the Wizard's Amulet which was PDF only though does include those products that were printed by other companies other then White Wolf.  There are 3 other products released late this year that are pdf only as well, but eventually will be print on demand.

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Post Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:28 pm 
 

Plaag wrote:
This doesn't include the Wizard's Amulet which was PDF only though does include those products that were printed by other companies other then White Wolf.  There are 3 other products released late this year that are pdf only as well, but eventually will be print on demand.

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Excellent. Why is Wilderlands listed twice?

And here is the same list in alphabetical order.


Ancient Kingdoms: Mesopotamia
Bard's Gate
Caverns of Thracia
The City of Brass
City State of the Invincible Overlord
The Crystal Skull
D1 The Tomb of Abysthor
Dead Man's Chest
DM1 The Book of Taverns
DM2 Raise the Dead
Eldritch Sorcery
Fane of the Witch King
G1 Siege of Durgham's Folly
G2 What Evil Lurks...
G3 Hall of the Rainbow Mage
G4 The Vault of Larin Karr
G5 Chaos Rising
G6 The Grey Citadel
G7 Morrick Mansion
G8 Aberrations
G9 A Lamination of Thieves
Glades of Death
H1 Bonegarden
K1 A Family Affair
K2 Diamond Fortress
K3 The Doom of Listonshire
K4 Coils of Set
K5 Six Spheres of Zailhhessh
K6 Shades of Gray
K7 The Tower of Jhedophar
K8 The  Mother of All Encounter Tables
K9 Elemental Moon
L1 Demons and Devils
Lost City of Barakus
M1 The Maze of Zayene 1: Prisoners of the Maze
M2 The Maze of Zayene 2: Dimensions of Flight
M3 Maze of Zayene 3: Tower Chaos
The Mother of All Treasure Tables
Necropolis by Gary Gygax
Player's Guide to the Wilderlands
R1 Rappan Athuk: The Dungeon of Graves
R2 Rappan Athuk 2: The Middle Levels
R3: The Dungeon of Graves: The Lower Levels
Rappan Athuk Reloaded
Tome of Artifacts
Tome of Horrors
Tome of Horrors 2
Tome of Horrors 3
Trouble at Durbenford
Vampires and Liches
Vindication!
W1 The Crucible of Freya
Wilderlands of High Fantasy
The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps

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Post Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:38 pm 
 

Not sure, maybe because the box set is that good :?:  :wink:  :oops:

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Post Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 10:02 pm 
 

Thanks for the info, guys!


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Post Posted: Sat Feb 27, 2010 2:38 pm 
 

Does anyone know if Necromancer games is planning to have print on demand versions of their three latest modules available?


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Post Posted: Sat Feb 27, 2010 3:19 pm 
 

FormCritic wrote:Does anyone know if Necromancer games is planning to have print on demand versions of their three latest modules available?


Yes, but DriveThru doesn't have POD up and running to perfection yet.  When I know more, I'll post over here.

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Post Posted: Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:33 pm 
 

I have no intention of buying a pdf when I can buy a hardcopy.  A pdf is an add-on to a hardcopy version, not a stand-alone item.


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Post Posted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 2:43 am 
 

Thanks everyone for the NG list! I've been looking for a starting point like this for a while too.
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puterdragon wrote:Now only if there were a NG-equivalent site like TSR Archives! (I.e., how complete is this copy of Larin Karr anyway?)
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Funny you should say that.

http://home.flash.net/~brenfrow/d20/g4.htm

The TSR Archive has a pretty substantial D20 section.  It isn't quite complete and not every entry has a picture though.


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Post Posted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 8:31 pm 
 

I have yet to find a complete/correct Necromancer Games product list.

Either there are items left off, or there are pdf-only publications listed among the print products.

Also, there is some question as to what constitutes a Necromancer Games product.  For instance, what about the products with Bill Webb and Clark Peterson's names on them but seemingly pre-dating the Necromancer name?

Then there are the Necromancer products printed by Troll Lord and Kenzer.  Sometimes, these products get listed on both.

If a pdf file becomes a print-on-demand file then does that product actually exist as a hardcopy publication or does it go into a third category altogether?


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Post Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:17 am 
 

I wonder if WotC/TSR or any of the other d20 publishers had any role in the development of the Archives website; one source told me it was independently done. And I don't think anyone has to be a rights holder to develop and maintain such a product list, do they?
is it something we can do as an Acaeum project?
I'm thinking of a list something like the lists above, but with copyright date of first print, print runs, etc. added (unlike the TSR Archives website).
Would it benefit Acaeum to do such a thing? Or could we simply thread it for a while then compile it later and list it as a post?
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Post Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:21 am 
 

So what NG products were published by TLG or Kenzer?

I'd say that a product list should list ALL products published by a company in whatever form, and it should define whaich forms that product took. And if a product was later, or earlier printed by another publisher, that information should be presented too.


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Post Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:51 am 
 

Definitely. And I wonder if print-run information is available. And from whom? It seems much of the TSR print-run information wasn't officially recorded even in-house.

  


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Kingofpain89 wrote:
Funny you should say that.

http://home.flash.net/~brenfrow/d20/g4.htm

The TSR Archive has a pretty substantial D20 section.  It isn't quite complete and not every entry has a picture though.


Funny, I've never noticed it before!
I've always searched for "tsr archives" and never thought to look anywhere else on the site. Thankyou!!
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Is there a place where I can find print-runs and printing information for NG and d20 products?

  

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puterdragon wrote:I wonder if WotC/TSR or any of the other d20 publishers had any role in the development of the Archives website; one source told me it was independently done.


Pretty sure it is done independently.  One of the Acaeum members blackdougal is responsible for the site from what I have read.

puterdragon wrote:Is there a place where I can find print-runs and printing information for NG and d20 products?


There are several websites with this information, but it seems that all of them are incomplete in some fashion.  http://www.rpg.net and http://www.pen-paper.net/ are probably two of the best places for that info besides the TSR Archive that I can think of.

puterdragon wrote:is it something we can do as an Acaeum project?


Already being done.  Check out the Acaeum Wiki:  http://wiki.acaeum.com/wiki/Main_Page

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mbassoc2003 wrote:So what NG products were published by TLG or Kenzer?

I'd say that a product list should list ALL products published by a company in whatever form, and it should define whaich forms that product took. And if a product was later, or earlier printed by another publisher, that information should be presented too.


All of the K series of publications, including two that are not modules.


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Post Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:49 pm 
 

I'd say they are Necromancer Games products rather than Kenzer products. Presumably Kenzer just provided the printing process?

Another strange one is the Zayene reprints where 1 to 3 were published hardcopy, but only 1 was publisged PDF, and then 4 was published with an unmatching cover through Gamelords.


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Post Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:25 pm 
 

Exactly.  A different publisher than usual.

Most Necromancer books were published through Sword and Sorcery Studios, with White Wolf product codes.

There were also pubications bearing the names of Webb and Peterson, published through Sword and Sorcery Studios, but without any mention of Necromancer Games


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