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By Nigel D. Findley

Herein locate fifteen special planets, unique and mysterious, ripe for plunder or different much less ecocnomic adventures. Weigh anchor on the air global Alabeth, and flow with marooned elves atop their titanic holbags. stopover at the mithril dragons of Radole who trip the new thermals over lakes of molten tin. undergo the searing flames of the efreeti urban on Ignia, or swim one of the island necrocracies - international locations of undead from a destroyed planet - on Charon. those and different strange worlds of event anticipate you in useful Planetology, in addition to beasts local to them, 11 new monsters in all.

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