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2010-02-18, 11:57 PM
Trying to make a checklist of books for 3.5.
So far on my list I have:
{table="head"]Non-Setting based|Eberron|Faerun
Animated Series Handbook|City of Stormreach|Champions of Ruin
Book of Challenges|Dragonmarked|Champions of Valor
Book of Exalted Deeds|Dragons of Eberron|City of Splendors: Waterdeep
Book of Vile Darkness|Eberron Campaign Setting|Dragons of Faerun
Cityscape|Explorer's Handbook|Faiths and Pantheons
Complete Adventurer|Faiths of Eberron|Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
Complete Arcane|Five Nations|Lords of Darkness
Compelte Champion|Magic of Eberron|Lost Empires of Faerun
Complete Divine|Player's Guide to Eberron|Magic of Faerun
Complete Mage|Races of Eberron|Monsters of Faerun
Complete Psionic|Secrets of Xen'drik|Mysteries of the Moonsea
Complete Scoundrel|Secrets of Sarlona|Player's Guide to Faerun
Complete Warrior|Sharn: City of Towers|Power of Faerun
Deities and Demigods|The Forge of War|Races of Faerun
Draconomicon||Serpent Kingdoms
Dragon Magic||Shining South
Drow of the Underdark||Unapproachable East
Dungeon Masters Guides I & II||Underdark
Elder Evils||
Epic Level Handbook||
Exemplars of Evil||
Expanded Psionics Handbook||
Fiend Folio||
Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss||
Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells||
Heroes of Battle||
Heroes of Horror||
Libris Mortis||
Lords of Madness||
Magic of Incarnum||
Magic Item Compendium||
Miniatures Handbook||
Monster Manuals I-V||
Planar Handbook||
Player's Handbook I & II||
Races of Destiny||
Races of Stone||
Races of the Dragon||
Races of the Wild||
Rules Compendium||
Savage Species||
Spell Compendium||
Stronghold Builders Guidebook||
Tome of Battle||
Tome of Magic||
Unearthed Arcana||
Weapons of Legacy||[/table]

Did I miss any? Not interested in the premade adventure things, if any of these are those let me know so I don't bother getting them.

Edit: This is a little less ugly as a table.

Edit: Added some, removed some premade adventures.

2010-02-19, 12:11 AM
You can also check the wikipedia page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Dungeons_&_Dragons_rulebooks), but from a quick glance...

You're missing

Book of Challenges (accessory book)
Dieties and Demigods
Elder Evils (http://www.wizards.com/DnD/Article.aspx?x=dnd/4spot/20071210a)
Exemplars of Evil

2010-02-19, 12:20 AM
Is this absolutely just 3.5 material, or are you counting 3.25ish on there too? Because if you're discounting 3.0 then the Book of Vile Darkness should be removed. I mean, I guess it's sort of 3.25 like a lot of the books released in late 2002/early 2003, but there's still is quite a bit stuff in it that roots it in the realm of 3.0. Here's (http://phammer.tripod.com/dndlist7.html) a handy list of all the 3.0 and 3.5 products released by Wizards of the Coast. Hope that helps.

Edit: Voyage of the Golden Dragon and Eyes of the Lich Queen are adventures. The Forge of War is a history of the Last War, so it's a full-on supplement.

2010-02-19, 12:32 AM
I was kind of including the 3.25ish stuff. I should have included the Epic Level Handbook and the Arms and Equipment Guide as well I guess.

2010-02-19, 01:03 AM
Missing Stronghold Builder's Guide and the Animated Series Handbook. Also, all of the Kalamar stuff is missing, as is all the Dragonlance.

2010-02-19, 01:03 AM
I'm assuming you just want official WotC material eh? Because Monte Cook has made some great material since being let go by Wizards. :smallbiggrin:

2010-02-19, 07:16 AM
I'm assuming you just want official WotC material eh? Because Monte Cook has made some great material since being let go by Wizards. :smallbiggrin:

Also, Bruce Cordell.

2010-02-19, 07:22 AM
Is Kalamar a WoTC-published setting?

Shadowdale- Scouring of the Land (adventure) isn't on the list.

City of Splendors is more a region book, like Shining South, than an adventure.

Magic of Faerun is 3.0.
(If 3.0 books with content that is valid for 3.5, via web enhancements, count, then Silver Marches, Monsters of Faerun, City of the Spider Queen, Unapproachable East, etc should all be included).

2010-02-19, 08:23 AM
I believe I have the whole collection (some in PDFs, some in hardcover) and I've spent years collecting them, so I'll compare your list to mine.

You could count also those books that haven't been updated to 3.5 and are usable... sort of. Anyways from Faerun section you're missing:

Faiths and Pantheons
Lords of Darkness
Monsters of Faerun
Races of Faerun
Unaproachable East

From the 'General' section:

Deities and Demigods
Elder Evils
Epic Level Handbook
Exemplars of Evil
Miniatures Handbook
Savage Species
Stronghold Builder's Guidebook

2010-02-19, 08:31 AM
Addition to Faerun not mentioned by Gorbash or the op:

Serpent Kingdoms
Shining South
Silver Marches

Unearthed Arcana is missing too

nvm now its there site search seems buggy or I did a typo ^^

/edit2 Epic Level Handbook

2010-02-19, 09:07 AM
Hm, he already has Serpent Kingdoms and Shining South in his list, and yeah, I missed Silver Marches.

2010-02-19, 09:16 AM
Add Ghostwalk.

Should we also compile lists of third party stuff by publisher? Might be useful. I'm also attempting to collect all 3.5 stuff, and a master list is certainly useful.

2010-02-19, 09:38 AM
Hm, he already has Serpent Kingdoms and Shining South in his list, and yeah, I missed Silver Marches.

Yeah I used search site to know what already is in his list or has already been posted by others and it didnīt seem to work, most likely did a typo ;)

2010-02-19, 02:27 PM
Is Kalamar a WoTC-published setting?
No, Kalamar is a Kenzer and Company setting, that they now use as the official setting of their game, Hackmaster.

2010-02-19, 02:32 PM
Added some books and removed some adventures.

Some quick research finds that City of the Spider Queen, Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave, and Aunaroch: The Empire of Shade are adventures, so I removed them as well.

2010-02-19, 03:08 PM
Races of Eberron technically isn't an Eberron sourcebook.

Also, Rokugan setting (and, IIRC, Kalamar) aren't WotC, but they are 3.5 legal. Kinda like Dragon mag.

Just putting that out there.

2010-02-19, 03:19 PM
Oriental Adventures, however, is a WoTC D&D 3.0 setting.

(And has a 3.5 rules update in Dragon 318)

Technically the Diablo rulebooks (Diablerie, To Hell and back) may qualify as WoTC 3.0 material. Sadly, there isn't a 3.5 update for them.

And Call of Cthulhu D20 is WoTC, and the gods in it follow the D&D ruleset (3.0)

Mysteries of the Moonsea falls midway between premade adventures (most of the book is these) and regional setting info (there is a small amount of this) so it could be left in as a Regional book.

2010-02-19, 04:09 PM
I have no idea if the list is actually complete or not, but this is a list that I found and have been using:

2010-08-24, 08:38 PM
I'm trying to complete my list of 3.5 books. Meaning books published by WotC between June 2003 and June 2008. Can anyone point out any that I'm missing?


2010-08-24, 08:58 PM
Hero Builder's Guidebook and Arms & Equipment Guide are missing.

2010-08-24, 08:59 PM
The Red Towel: Thread necromancy.