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2011-01-22, 01:32 PM
Dear Playground,

I was wondering if there was, anywhere here or on the Internet, a comprehensive listing of all the print published 3rd party products made for DnD 3.5?

I looked for a while but couldn't find one, and if not, the Playground should make one!


2011-01-22, 01:36 PM
I don't know much 3rd party stuff, but I like Monte Cook's "The Complete Book of Eldritch Might"

So, let's start building a list, unless someone has one already. Here goes:

The Complete Book of Eldritch Might - Monte Cook

2011-01-22, 05:58 PM
Mongoose has a ton of supplements.

Ultimate Equipment Guide
Ultimate Equipment Guide 2
Encyclopedia Arcane (12 volumes)
Encyclopedia Divine (2 voumes, IIRC)

2011-01-22, 06:13 PM
It would be a mammoth task...but you've got Mongoose, Green Ronin, Necromancer Games, Troll Lord Games and a ton more. I'll see what I can dig out.

2011-01-22, 07:23 PM
Hyperconscious was printed by Malhavoc Press and bears the Sword & Sorcery name.

DriveThruRPG (http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/) has lots of third party material.

2011-01-22, 07:35 PM
Well, let's see what I've got:

- Advanced Bestiary (Green Ronin; lots of templates)
- Bastards and Bloodlines (Green Ronin; about crossbreeding creatures)
- BoEF (um, do I really have to explain this one?)
- Book of Templates: Deluxe Edition (Silverthorne Games; more templates)
- The Quintessential Chaos Mage (Mongoose Publishing; new magic system)
- Legends and Lairs: Monsterís Handbook (Fantasy Flight Games; quite a mixed bag of stuff, separated into chapters for different types)
- Hyperconsciousness (Malhavoc Press; new psionics stuff, including mindscape combat)
- The Immortals Handbook: Epic Bestiary (Eternity Publishing; crazy stuff, like a monster with a CR of over 9000)
- Secret College of Necromancy (Green Ronin; necromancy-focused stuff)
- Secrets of Pact Magic (by some dude called Dario Nardi; different versions of binding)
- Tome of Horrors (Necromancer Games; updating monsters that WoTC didn't)