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These are the best Greyhawk-related web sites that I have found on the internet. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have! Essential Greyhawk Web Resources
Key Greyhawk Web Resources
Greyhawk Adventure Modules
Mailing Lists and Discussion Forums
PC and Online Gaming
WotC and TSR links
Essential Greyhawk Web Resources Joe Bloch's Greyhawk Grognard web site and blog - an old-school approach to Greyhawk; Joe has also compiled several useful resources for Greyhawk research, most especially his Greyhawk Lore Project (a compilation of Greyhawk research notes culled from many sources)
Ant "Echohawk" Brooks' Greyhawk Collector's Guide - the most-comprehensive listing of Greyhawk products created to date. It definitely supercedes other such listings, including Russ Taylor's Greyhawk Product Checklist. Ant also has similar listings for each edition and setting of D&D, with discussion and updates still being made in the Greyhawk Collector's Guide thread.
Canonfire! - _the_ Greytalk fans web site, and it's Greyhawk forums; as of July 2020, the site in the midst of some long-needed upgrades and overhauls!
vestcoat's "Greyhawk Year In Review" threads provide a very useful retrospective look at continuing development---official and unofficial---of the Greyhawk setting:
Greyhawk 2017: Year in Review
Greyhawk 2016: Year in Review
Greyhawk 2015: Year in Review
Codex of Greyhawk (via the Internet Archive)
Philip Falconer's World of Greyhawk Bibliography (an in-print and upcoming listing of books published by Gary Gygax, Rob Kuntz, Frank Mentzer, and others appears on the PPP Boards)
Geffyl's Gygax's Legendarium blog (a repository of early articles about Chainmail, the history of the Greyhawk campaign, and various hard-to-find letters by Gary Gygax and Rob Kuntz)
Greyhawk Fiction by Various Authors - Greyhawk fiction and software hosted by Tracy Johnson (nearly all now also available via the Internet Archive) Russell Bird's various Greyhawk fictions
Scott "Scottenkainen" Casper's Greyhawk Castle storyline isn't hosted by Tracy, but is good stuff none-the-less :D
Erik Mona DMs Greyhawk: discussion on the Paizo boards about Erik's GH campaign, in which he runs the Age of Worms Adventure Path scenarios
Jason Zavoda's story archives include Nosnra's Saga (my personal favorite)
The Great Library of Greyhawk wiki, now hosted on GreyhawkOnline, updated, improved and beginning to integrate Jason Zavoda's index entries into it's wiki pages too! Denis Tetreault's Maldin's Greyhawk - home to the Greyhawk Adventures webring and the beautiful Living Greyhawk Journal #2 City of Greyhawk maps, and Drowic Underworld maps, among many other things
Aaron Sheffield's TalMeta's Greyhawk Gods for RuneQuest and Greyhawk Maps (as well as other settings)
Krista Siren's Gord The Rogue site (formerly Christopher B. Siren's site)---the quintessential site for fans of Gary Gygax's Gord fiction, set in Greyhawk (and also available via the Internet Archive)
Russ Taylor's Greyhawk Product Checklist and The Gods of Greyhawk and Dragon Magazine Greyhawk Article Index (all via the Internet Archive)
Stephen B. Wilson's GreyChrondex version 4.2 (15 May 2001) (alt download in PDF format) and GreyGods - warning: both are huge text files (and via the Internet Archive)
Key Greyhawk Web Resources Canonfire's Greyhawk Downloads - the archive, mirror, and host for key Greyhawk files, including: Rob Kuntz's History of Tharizdun
Clay Luther's Clay Luther's Greyhawk Calendar, and an alternate version of the same calendar with additional Greyhawk holidays added
Roger E. Moore's Revised Greyhawk Campaign Index
Roger E. Moore's Gates in the World of Greyhawk
Living Greyhawk Divine Order (a sortable listing of deities) can be downloaded as a zipped Adobe Acrobat 5.0 .pdf file
Minifigs released a line of World of Greyhawk miniatures back in the late 1970s (drawn primarily, although not exclusively from Minifigs' pre-existing ranges of Aureola Rococo, Swamp Lords, and Valley of the Four Winds):
TSR and Minifigs included a flyer for the World of Greyhawk line of miniatures in the 1980 Greyhawk Folio (primarly in the first and fifth printings of the folio set, per The Acaeum). I've scanned the World of Greyhawk Minifigs miniatures flyer as a PDF file, and also provided larger and smaller JPG images of each side of the flyer as distinct images/downloads: Flyer front - larger, smaller
Flyer back - larger, smaller
Joe Bloch's catalogue-style listing of Greyhawk Minifigs with commentary is a wonderful resource for anyone desiring to use GH Minifigs in their campaigns---either the figures themselves, or the implied background materials from the titles and design of each miniature
Larry Elliot's listing of Greyhawk Minifigs miniatures (via the Internet Archive, alas, again...)
Sean K. Reynolds' Greyhawk writings: The Quest For Pain's Memory (tournament adventure run at WinterFantasy 2002)
Pain's Memory (Hextor) (an artifact, one of Hextor's flail's)
Robert Vest's Bastard Greyhawk (via the Internet Archive)
Jazon Zavoda's "Index Greyhawkiana" is a comprehensive index listing of the people, places, and things of Greyhawk, and is is now (as of Spring 2020) available in Excel and TXT file formats from the linked page above, as well as from Greyhawk Resources on Facebook (via the "Files" section, last updated Spring 2020), and the original text file (last updated August 2003)
Greyhawk Adventure Modules Bill and Ben Barsh at Pacesetter Games have published several sequels/expansions to classic TSR adventures, several of which are set in Greyhawk
Canonfire! hosts many fan-written adventures set in the WOrld of Greyhawk, in the Adventures section of its Downloads area
Carlos Lising has written numerous adventures usable in Greyhawk via his casl Enterainment company
Dragonsfoot hosts free AD&D/1e modules, many of which are set in Greyhawk
Anthony Huso has published several excellent AD&D/1e adventures and sourcebooks, which fit in nicely into Greyhawk's environs; Greyhawk fans will definitely want to check out his City of Brass adventures and City of Brass map (free download for players, with DM version on the same page), and his planar poster (free download) Rob Kuntz has published many AD&D/1e Greyhawk adventures through his own companies Creations Unlimited, Pied Piper Publishing, TLB Games, and Three Line Studio, as well as through other old-school publishers, including Black Blade Publishing (my company with Jon Hershberger), Chaotic Henchman Productions, Paizo, Troll Lord Games, etc.
Rob Kuntz also released his 1987 "(To the) City of Brass" tournament adventure for free, available at the Acaeum; Anthony Huso also provided a free download that colorizes Kuntz' original hex map
Bill Silvey has written several modules for Greyhawk, including two for solo fighters and thieves, WGH2 Temple of the Sun, WGH3 Into the Howling Hills, WGH4 Tombs of the Howling Hills, WGH5 Lords of the Howling Hills, and most-recently The Lost Crypt published via Frog God Games
Blogs and Videos Joe Bloch's Greyhawk Grognard
Mike "Mortellan" Bridge's Greyhawkery blog, full of great Greyhawk articles, World of Greyhawk comics archive (a hilarious parody of all things Greyhawk), and more!
Mike recently (as of October 2018) teamed up with Anna Meyer to launch "Legends & Lore"---a new show on the Greyhawk Channel (run by DM Shane). As its title suggests, the L&L show focuses on Greyhawk's legends, background, and in-game setting history, cartography, and other fun topics that can inspire your Greyhawk games, or help you dig deeper into Greyhawk's rich tapestry of content sources. I don't watch shows live, but do catch them when they're posted to the Legends & Lore Playlist on YouTube (also a part of the Greyhawk Channel on YouTube).
Scott "Scottenkainen" Casper and Mike "Mortellan" Bridges are publishing a wonderful Castle Greyhawk web comic, inspired by Scott's Castle Greyhawk fictions from BITD on Greytalk (but better, since they're expanding the storyline from the originals, and Mike's art is a great addition to the stories!) Greytalk Archives, as slowly being recreated by Scott "Scottenkainen" Casper
Magazines Dragonsfoot's "Footprints" magazine features quite a bit of Greyhawk content, including many articles from Lenard Lakofka
Living Greyhawk Journal - an independent RPGA publication for five stand-alone issue, LGJ then became a section within Dragon Magazine (from December 2001 with Dragon issue 290 through April 2003 with Dragon issue 306), and was then published as a part of Dungeon/Polyhedron (beginning in May 2003 with Dungeon issue 98 through Dungeon issue #) Living Greyhawk Journal Index on Canonfire!
DragonDex, is, of course, the best index of Dragon Magazine available
The Oerth Journal - a free, online fanzine produced by the fans, and for the fans. The GHO site has a nice database that will keyword filter articles by title/author!
Joe Bloch has an excellent (and current) Oerth Journal index on his Greyhawk Grognard site/ Erik Mona's History of the Council of Greyhawk (including historical information about the founding of the OJ, the Council of Greyhawk, etc.; via the now-ubiquitous Internet Archive...)
Mailing Lists and Discussion Forums Gary Gygax, creator of the World of Greyhawk, has dedicated forums or threads at Gary Gyagx's World of Greyhawk (run on Dragonsfoot)
Gary's Clarifications is a file compiling all of the Q&A from Gary Gygax across the Dragonsfoot forums
=FE&fileid=409&watchfile= The Colonel's Corner (run on Rob Kuntz's PPP boards)
Gary used to answers questions about Greyhawk, gaming in general, his personal life, etc. in ENWorld's General Discussion forum; all of the Q&A threads are archived in ENWorld's archive forum at: Gary Gygax Q&A: part XIII
Gary Gygax Q&A: part XII
Gary Gygax Q&A: part XI
Gary Gygax Q&A: part X
Gary Gygax Q&A: part IX
Gary Gygax Q&A: part VIII
Gary Gygax Q&A: part VII
Gary Gygax Q&A: part VI
Gary Gygax Q&A: part V
Gary Gygax Q&A: part IV
Gary Gygax Q&A: part III
Gary Gygax Q&A: part II
Gary Gygax Q&A: part I
The Greyhawk Other Worlds forum at Wizards of the Coast was borgified with many other setting fora into the Other Published Worlds forum
Greyhawk-L list - the official Greyhawk mailing list, sponsored by Wizards of the Coast; this list is all-but dead
WotC's Greyhawk-l archives
WotC's Greyhawk-L signup page (which allows you to subscribe, unsub, change to digest, etc. from a handy web-interface)
To send messages, address them to email@example.com
Greytalk list - the first Greyhawk email list on the internet, founded in 1994!
To subscribe, send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To unsubscribe, send a blank email to email@example.com
To send messages, address them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Canonfire!, the primary hub of online Greytalk fandom
Morgan Olden's searchable Greytalk Archive (left here in the hopes that it'll come back online eventually)
Greytalk weekly chats
Thursday nights, from 8pm to 3am EST
Set your IRC client to otherworlders.org:6667 in channel #greytalk
Or, use the web-based java client at (you'll still connect to channel #greytalk)
Harvester's Heroes, Greyhawk fans publishing high-quality Greyhawk resources
Paizo Publishing's Greyhawk-related forums include:
Maure Castle by Rob Kuntz (from Dungeon Magazine)
Savage Tide Adventure Path (from Dungeon Magazine)
The Age of Worms Adventure Path (from Dungeon Magazine)
The Shackled City Adventure Path (only nominally in Greyhawk;j also from Dungeon Magazine)
The Piazza's dedicated Greyhawk forum. The Piazza also features boards for Blackmoor, Lankhmar, and many other old-school settings (from TSR and other publishers).
Rob Kuntz's Pied Piper Publishing features discussion forums for Rob's gaming company (Rob was co-DM of the original Greyhawk Campaign with Gary Gygax); in particular, on Rob's boards, check out: Robilar Remembers - Memories from the Greyhawk Campaign)
Otto's Observatory - Discussion of all things Greyhawk
Rob also published his first three Maze of Zayene modules through Necromancer Games, who maintain a Maze of Zayene forum; Rob published MoZ4 Eight Kings through Different Worlds
Rob also published Dark Druids and Dark Chateau with Troll Lord Games, who maintain Rob Kuntz's Corner on their boards
Rob published Maure Castle with Paizo Publishing in Dungeon Magazine
Living Greyhawk (forum run by Wizards of the Coast)
Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil - discussion about Monte Cook's Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil module, published by Wizards of the Coast in June 2001)
Taerre - French-speaking Greyhawk mailing list The Taerre web site
To subscribe, send a "SUBSCRIBE TAERRE" command to email@example.com
To set digest mode, send "SET TAERRE DIGEST" to firstname.lastname@example.org
To unsubscribe, send a "UNSUBSCRIBE TAERRE" command to email@example.com
To send messages, send to firstname.lastname@example.org
World of Greyhawk - discussion about Greyhawk at the Knights & Knaves Alehouse, an excellent OD&D and AD&D board
Maps Professional Maps Darlene Pekul's maps from the 1980 Greyhawk Folio remain the defacto standard for all Greyhawk maps. Buy a copy on eBay and laminate them. You'll never regret it.
Paizo Publishing printed a four-part poster map of Greyhawk in Duneon Magazine issues 118 through 122; it's well-wroth buying the back issues for the maps and then laminating them (unlike the Darlene maps, the Paizo maps need to be laminated since they're on very low-weight paper stock).
Fan Maps Web sites with Greyhawk cartography seems to come and go with much more frequency than it's possible to keep up with. At any given time, the following links are the most likely to be out of date on this page. Eric Anondson's Greyhawk maps (also hosted on Canonfire!)
Anna Bernemalm's Greyhawk Maps site - BEAUTIFUL work!
Anna also promotes and manages the Flanaess Geographical Society on Facebook, which is a group filled with mostly-maps-related Greyhawk discussions
Daniel Rivera's T1-4 maps are fabulous: Hommlet, Nulb, The Welcom Wench, the Moathouse, etc, etc.---well-worth checking out!
Halfling's CC2 page (various maps; I especially like those from GDQ)
Kent Matthewson's composite map is indispensable to using Ivid the Undying
MStanton's Annotated Map from the City of Greyhawk Boxed Set
Paul Stormberg's maps for the Hommlet-Nulb region around T1-4: DM Map (in B&W) and Players Map TalMeta's World of Greyhawk maps
PC and Online Gaming Troika's Temple of Elemental Evil - a faithful 3.5 edition version of Gygax and Mentzer's 1985 classic dungeon!
Neverwinter Nights Greyhawk Adventures - the hub for Greyhawk NWN development includes "Who Wants to be a Greyhawk Guru" trivia game, with some tricky questions
Useful NWN DM advice can be found the article "DM Profiles: Sweeney Todd and Duncan"
Thief - while technically not a Greyhawk game, the atmosphere, backstabbing, and intricate plot-weavings of Looking Glass Studios' and Ion Storm's wonderful PC games are, for me, quintessential Greyhawk City fodder (sans the Murlynd-inspired artifacts of the Mechanists, of course...)
Eidos' Thief: The Dark Project, Thief Gold, and Thief II: The Metal Age established the line...
...and Thief: Deadly Shadows (aka, Thief 3), continued it
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