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The World of Mystara

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The Known World (Gazetteers)
Character Creation (Rules Cyclopedia)
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Player’s Guide



 This site has been developed for Player’s of the Classic Dungeons & Dragons® Game. Contained within these pages are guides for the player to use as they adventure throughout the World of Mystara. Most notably, TSR’s Gazetteer Series. If you are a fan of Dungeons & Dragons® and would like to create a character, we have that available for you as well. Please refer to the Character Creation page for your Character Building pleasure. As always, Thank You for stopping by and we hope you enjoy our site! –

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DM’s Guide


As the following pages above are for Players of the Dungeons & Dragons® game, this portal opens our sister site for Dungeon Masters to use in constructing thier own campaigns in the World of Mystara.

This work is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Any reproduction or unauthorized use of the material or artwork presented herein is prohibited without the express written consent of TSR, Inc. © 1991 TSR, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Rules Compilation and Development: Aaron Allston

The D&D Cyclopedia is a derivative work based on the original Dungeons & Dragons game by E. Gary Gygax & Dave Arneson. The Cyclopedia has also been drawn from the works of and benefitted from the input of the following people: Jim Bambra, Brian Blume, Tim Brown, Jonatha Caspian, David Cook, Troy Denning, Anne C Gray, Ernie Gygax, Allen Hammack, Bruce Heard, Kevin Hendryx, John Eric Holmes, Harold Johnson, Tim kask, Jeff Key, Rob Kuntz, Alan Lucien, Steve Marsh, Frank Mentzer, Tom Moldvay, Mike Mornard, Steve Perrin, Jon Pickens, Brian Pitzer, Michael Price, Patrick L Price, Paul Reiche, Evan Robinson, Gordon Schick, Lawrence Schick, Don Snow, Edward G Sollers, Gary Speigle, Stephen D Sullivan, Ralph Wagner, Jim Ward, Jean Wells, and Bill Wilkerson. Additional thanks go to the Cyclopedia’s commentators and helpers: Mark Bennett, William W Conners, Alan Grimes, and the Role Players Guild of Kansas City, Bruce Heard, Rob King, Dirk Remmecke, and Luray Richmond.