Olman (Greyhawk)
Greyhawk, also known as the World of Greyhawk, is a fictional world designed as a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game. Although not the first campaign world developed for Dungeons & Dragons—Dave Arneson's Blackmoor campaign predates it by a few months—the world of Greyhawk was the setting most closely identified with the development of the game from 1972 until 2008. The world itself started as a simple dungeon under a castle designed by Gary Gygax for the amusement of his children and friends, but it rapidly expanded to include not only a complex multi-layered dungeon environment, but also the nearby city of Greyhawk, and eventually an entire world. In addition to the campaign world, which was published in several editions over twenty years, Greyhawk was also used as the setting for many adventures published in support of the game, as well as for RPGA's massively shared Living Greyhawk campaign from 2000–2008.

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Olman - Greywiki - Canonfire!
They also explored the southern oceans to an extent that may have out-stripped even modern explorers from Aerdy, Greyhawk, and Keoland. The Olman are ...
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Olman (Greyhawk Action) - Hastur
Mar 25, 2010 ... Fantasy Aztecs. Attributes and Schticks. Body: 4-10. Mind: 4-10. Reflexes: 4-10. Move: 5. Dramatic Moment. Trigger Action (Combo). Use this ...
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Greyhawk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Greyhawk, also known as the World of Greyhawk, is a fictional world designed as ...... designed to familiarize players with the Olman race of the Amedio Jungle.
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Greyhawk deities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Olman deities were not included in any versions of the Greyhawk campaign setting until they reappeared in 1999 in The Scarlet Brotherhood by Sean K.
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Greyhawk cosmology - Ajswiki - Ajs.com
The Olman worship a pantheon which is closely based on the Aztec pantheon of Earth. How this similarity came to be is ...
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DnDWiki:Olman - Dungeons and Dragons Wiki
In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting, the Olman are a race of humans. They inhabit the southern fringes of the Flanaess and are primarily a tribal people , ...
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Greyhawkery: Lost Gods of Greyhawk Revisited
Aug 20, 2011 ... The Best of Greyhawk is a collection of pseudo-articles and list ... Tezcatlipoca: Olman god of the sun, disorder, war and wealth, Tezcat' is CE.
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Freeport in Greyhawk - Green Ronin Publishing
The Serpent's Teeth replace the Olman islands, Freeport replaces ...... In the Greyhawk/Freeport homebrew I'm using, the Brotherhood took ...
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Greyhawk - Fantasy Maps by Anna B Meyer
Jul 7, 2013 ... There are also the Olman realm of Xamaclan one of the few surviving ... next is Pomarj, Furyondy and then the Urnst states and Greyhawk.
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Bastard Greyhawk Timeline
A timeline for Bastard Greyhawk. ... Olman tribes wage war amongst themselves, build shrines to their gods, and destroy any ruins they find believed to have ...
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Olmec heartland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The area is also referred to as Olman or the Olmec Metropolitan Zone. ... Grove ( eds), Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, Cambridge University Press, ISBN ...
The World of Bastard Greyhawk
Geographic locations in the Bastard Greyhawk Campaign.
Greyhawk Gazetteer - Canonfire!
mortellan writes "The free port of Narisban, found in the tropical Olman Island .... Galliskinmaufrius writes "In Greyhawk Player's Guide (TSR # 9578), you ..... being renowned flanaess wide, little is known about the Royal University at Rel Mord.
Olman - Greywiki - Canonfire!
They also explored the southern oceans to an extent that may have out-stripped even modern explorers from Aerdy, Greyhawk, and Keoland. The Olman are ...
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Greyhawk: List of Grey Cup Champions
Greyhawk: List of Grey Cup Champions
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Greyhawk Adventures (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Rulebook)
Greyhawk Adventures (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Rulebook)
James M. Ward, 1988
Become part of the oldest continuous fantasy campaign as you explore parts of Oerth never seen before. Learn about Greyhawk's deities, heroes, monsters, arcane items, magical spells, and much, much more. A book for lovers of Greyhawk and players of all fantasy role-playing games.
The Scarlet Brotherhood
The Scarlet Brotherhood
Sean Reynolds, 1999
Now the Scarlet Brotherhood emerges to spread fear and terror throughout the Tilvanot Peninsula, Hepmonaland, and the Amedio Jungle. This product also features the return of the monk and assassin character classes!
Tros of Samothrace
Tros of Samothrace
Talbot Mundy, 2008
Tros is the daring captain of his trireme, and the son of Perseus, an initiate of the mysteries of Samothrace who was murdered by Caesar.
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Olman (Greyhawk)
Greyhawkery: Lost Gods of Greyhawk Revisited
As an armchair scholar of Greyhawkian apochrypa, one of my rarest sources for idle reading is AOL's Best of Greyhawk files. The Best of Greyhawk is a collection of pseudo-articles and list postings between Greyhawk fans and authors (notably Roger Moore), back when the internet was still a newish thing (is AOL still around?) and the setting we all love and cherish still held a wealth of lore to debate over.
greyhawkery.blogspot.com/2011/08/lost-gods-of-greyhawk-revisited.html
TabletopGame/Greyhawk - Television Tropes & Idioms
A description of tropes appearing in Greyhawk
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Greyhawk
Canonfire! - Dirty Words - Pastiche in the World of Greyhawk
GREYtalk-on-the-Web
www.canonfire.com/cfhtml/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=839
Greyhawk Grognard: eXPloring the World of Greyhawk
What would motivate a Christopher Columbus or a Marco Polo in a D&D-type setting?Jeff Rients came up with an absolutely awesome idea (perhaps "came up with" is the wrong term; "articulated for use in D&D" might be a better one) that one should earn experience points by the simple act of exploring. Reaching certain destinations would earn a character a certain modest amount of x.
greyhawkgrognard.blogspot.com/2009/12/exploring-world-of-greyhawk.html
Designers & Dragons: The Column #24: My History of Dungeons & Dragons, Part One - RPGnet
www.rpg.net/columns/designers-and-dragons/designers-and-dragons24.phtml
Panglott's Garden: A slight index to some classic D&D modules
Back in 2004 (in issue #116), /Dungeon/ magazine offered a list of the top 30 D&D adventures of all time. They're listed with some comment at RPG Geek and Grognardia.
panglott.blogspot.com/2012/05/slight-index-to-some-classic-d-modules.html
Greytalk Archives: Artifacts of Greyhawk
Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 13:47:29 EST From: Gary Welsh Subject: Artifacts of Greyhawk Lately, I have been thinking about doing my own timeline for the ancient eras of Greyhawk, and the legend and history of the various artifacts and relics linked to Greyhawk. This is not intended to be canonical, but is purely IMC.
greytalkarchives.blogspot.com/2008/11/artifacts-of-greyhawk.html
Olmanifesto: The Verdant & Scarlet Codices and Olman background material
In the real world, much of what we know about the Mayan people comes from various "codices", such as the Dresden Codex. These are documents written by the Maya themselves that anthropologists and linguists have translated slowly and carefully, unlocking much information that was not preserved in the oral traditions of the people of Mexico and Guatemala.
olmanifesto.blogspot.com/2009/03/verdant-scarlet-codices-and-olman.html
Canonfire! - Dawn of a New Age - CY 706
GREYtalk-on-the-Web
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Circle Greyhawk | Session 1 | Obsidian Portal
Obsidian Portal allows you to create campaign websites for tabletop role-playing games including, but not limited to Dungeons & Dragons™. Rather than trying to automate the playing of the game, Obsidian Portal provides tools to help facilitate the storytelling. Every campaign gets a shared blog/wiki to showcase their story, as well as integrated tools to help track NPCs, locations, treasure, and all the other details that make up an RPG. After all, the story is the game.
www.obsidianportal.com/campaign/circlegreyhawk/adventure-log/session-1
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