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Mystara Novelsby Håvard
Endless Quest Gamebooks
- Vanishing City, By Allen Varney - 1988
More Gamebooks being researched in this thread.
The Penhaligon Trilogy
- The Tainted Sword, by DJ Heinrich aka Dori J. Watry - 1992
- The Dragon's Tomb, by DJ Heinrich aka Dori J. Watry/Kevin Stein - 1992
- The Fall of Magic, by DJ Heinrich aka Kevin Stein - 1993
The Dragonlord Chronicles
- Dragonlord of Mystara, by Thorarinn Gunnarson - 1994
- Dragonking of Mystara, by Thorarinn Gunnarson - 1995
- Dragonmage of Mystara, by Thorarinn Gunnarson - 1996
AD&D Mystara Novels
- Dark Knight of Karameikos, by Timothy Brown - 1995 (Novel Analysis)
- The Black Vessel, by Morris Simon - 1996
- Keep on the Borderlands, by Ru Emerson - 2001 (Has Greyhawk logo on cover, but might as well be set in Mystara)
- Rogues to Riches, by J. Robert King - 1995 (Novel Analysis)
- Son of Dawn, by Dixie Lee McKeone - 1995
First Quest Novels Not Officially Set in Mystara*
- Unicorn Hunt - by Elaine Cunningham - 1995 (Suggested setting: Karameikos)
- Summerhill Hounds - by by J Robert King - 1995 (Suggested setting: The Isle of Dawn)
- The Quest Triad: Pawns Prevail - by Douglas Niles - 1995 (Suggested setting: Norwold)
- The Quest Triad: Suitor's Duel - by Douglas Niles - 1995 (Suggested setting: Norwold)
- The Quest Triad: The Immortal Game - by Douglas Niles - 1996 (Suggested setting: Norwold)
*=These First Quest novels are not officially set in Mystara, but they are part of the First Quest series and not associated with any of the other TSR settings.
Other Mystara Fiction
- The Voyage of the Princess Ark, by Bruce Heard - 1990-1992 & 2006
- The Known World Grimoire, by Bruce Heard - 1993
- Champions of Mystara: Heroes of the Princess Ark, by Bruce Heard -1993 (Collecting The Voyage of the Princess Ark)
- Black Lotus Moon, by Tom Moldvay - 1980
- Dungeons & Dragons Comic Adverts 1982(?) by Bill Willingham. Read them here. More analysis.
Other Unofficial Mystara Novels
- Atley, Steve: Dungeons & Dragons: The Movie (Novel Adaptation), WotC 2000 - Set in the world of Izmer (Somethimes Ismir), but the movie was based on director Courtney Solomon's Mystara campaign.
- Beard, Matthew: The Last Garrison, WotC 2011 - Set in the Nentir Vale, but features the Keep on the Borderlands and a town called Haven. Matthew Beard is a pseudoym shared by two authors, one of which is Matthew Simmons of Happy Cobra Books. Novel Analysis.
- Andrews, Michael: Warrior's Tale (Wotc, 1993) - Written by by Bruce Nesmith?
- Andrews, Michael: Wizard's Tale (Wotc, 1993) - Written by Timothy Brown?
- Andrews, Michael: Elf's Tale (Wotc, 1993) - This novel was written by Bruce Heard. Michael Andrews was a shared pen name.
- Andrews, Michael: Thief's Tale (Wotc, 1993) - Written by Andria Hayday?
- Andrews, Michael: Endless Quest: Dungeon of Fear (Wotc, 1994) - Gamebook
- Andrews, Michael: Endless Quest: Forest of Darkness (Wotc, 1994) -Gamebook
- Grubb, Jeff: Dragonstrike #1 :Before the Strike, (Marvel 1994) - 1 issue comic book. No further issues were released. Marvel Database.
*Not set in any official location on Mystara, but the Dragonstrike Game is based on the Dungeons & Dragons Gameworld continuity. Dragonstrike Novel analysis at RPGGeek
CAS Novels Related to Mystara
- The Black Abbot of Puthuum (Clark Ashton Smith) - Obvious inspiration of the Monastery in X4 (read online)
- The Beast of Averoigne (Clark Ashton Smith) - Appears in X2 (read online)
- The Colosses of Ylourgne (Clark Ashton Smith) - Appears in X2 (read online)
- The Enchantress of Sylaire (Clark Ashton Smith) - Chateau Sylaire appears in X2 (and also in Glantri?). This short story is the obvious source, and could serve to flesh out that locale. (read online)
- The Holiness of Azedarac - Azedarac is an NPC in X2 (read online)
- A Rendezvous in Averoigne - more background for X2 (read online)
- The Tomb-Spawn - is this inspiration for the shrine guardian in X4? (read online)
The Chronological List of Novels and Video Games for Mystara.
Mystara Video Games Research
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