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Somewhere in your setting, describe
Describe the most influential or well-known book within your world.
A total of 139 entries

The Travels of Nikita Yolondos in the Myranese Enclaves

Archive of the Wéané'Elle

The Life of Molnet Beltyth, a Drow That Has Killed a God

Seeking Truth: A Journey of find Faith

Poitkens Almanach der viel-zu-vielen Dinge

Professor's Mourningfaun's Journals

The History of King Gautier Oweyn

The Catechisms of Adrudar

A Guide to the Lands and Cities of Errilor, and the Peoples that Inhabit Therein

Alfred's guide to different cultures

STUB - The Scrolls of Nenn

Memoirs of the Ashtarte People

Mthunzi, The book of shadows

Contes de terra endins

Maximilian Hoherberg von Zottehal’s History of the Known World

Entitentrigans Guide to Practical Magics

The End And it's Many Faces

Philosophiae Kineticae Principa Magica e Kinetica

One Sinner's Guide To Heavens

Citizen's guide to Perfection

The Death Witch (and Other Stories)

Von Magnequazar's Complete History of Thaumaturgy - Second Edition

The Song of Creation and its Influence on Magic

On the Rights and Duties of Rulership

The Book of Creatures, By TheSpectator

Glint, by Heinrich Thadeus Borgerat

The Clandestine Arts of Duplicity and Disguise

The Combined Notes of The Dark Council

The Compiled History of the Three Major Realms

Moriticia Von Kemmler's Guide to the Everwild

An Introduction to Magic, vol. I-III

A Visual Guide to The New World

The Ezani Empire's Constitution

The Galactic Necropolis, a Thinkpiece

Ascension of the Deity: a treaties on Sainthood

Nora's Guide to Spellcraft

A Declaration of the Rights of the Worldly Peoples

GOALRED SMOTE, the Theories of Sin

Herbert's Handbook of Healing Herbs

The Manual of Care, Operation, and Handling for The Jupiter Message

"Essay on the essence of pan-centralism"

Surviving the Wilds: A Traveler's Guide to the Hyrulean Wilds

The Study of Capital Imposed upon the Masses; E.W. Richter (pub. 3. June, 1845 CE)