List of Greyhawk adventures in Dungeon Magazine

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The following list is composed of adventures in Dungeon magazine that are set in, or connections to, the World of Greyhawk campaign setting. These adventures are organized by issue number.

Canonical adventures

These adventures are expressly set in the World of Greyhawk.

#6

#10

#13

#19

#30

#32

#41

#42

#53

#70

#71

#73

#77

#91

#84

#85

#87

#89

#91

#93

#95

#96

#97

#98

#99

#102

#103

#104

#105

#106

#107

  • "Critical Threats: Evard": Describes the notorious wizard Evard.
  • "Test of the Smoking Eye": Sea of Dust, Abyss

Apocryphal adventures

These adventures have tenuous connections to the World of Greyhawk. These adventures may be nominally set in the World of Greyhawk yet contain no specific location information, or may contain references to Greyhawk-specific deities, magic items, calendars, or places.

#1

  • "Into the Fire": This is a prequel to issue 17's "Out of the Ashes."

#15

#17

  • "Out of the Ashes": Features references to the Hand and Eye of Vecna, as well as the red dragon Flame, from "Into the Fire" in Dungeon #1.

#37

  • "The Mud Sorcerer's Tomb": See #138 (below).

#82

#87

  • "The Shalm's Dark Song": Contains references to Obad-Hai.

#88

  • "The Seventh Arm": Contains a player handout dated "591 CY."

#90

  • "Totentanz": Set in Highvale, but the setting is vastly different from that presented in previous sources (such as The Marklands).

#91

#100

  • "Old Embers Never Die": This is a sequel to #17's "Out of the Ashes."

#121

  • "The Styes": Suggests using the city of Prymp; contains references to Tharizdun. Prequel to #138's "The Weavers."

#138

  • "The Mud Sorcerer's Tomb": A 3.5 update of the same adventure in #37. Contains a reference to the Seekers.
  • "The Weavers": Set in the Styes, contains references to Heironeous. A sequel to #121's "The Styes."

#156

#162

  • One of the devices of Lum appears in "Winter of the Witch."

#170

  • Kas appears in "Betrayal at Monadhan."

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