The game's three core rulebooks and the direct sequels of each.Player's HandbookPlayer's Handbook IIDungeon Master's GuideDungeon Master's Guide IIMonster ManualMonster Manual IIMonster Manual IIIMonster Manual IVMonster Manual V Asterix (*) indicates a book not currently at our disposal.
The dark cave wherein live Dragons, Drow, the Undead, and all other monsters with their own sourcebooks.
Drow of the Underdark*
Exemplars of Evil*
Fiendish Codex I *
Fiendish Codex II*
Lords of Madness*
Asterix (*) indicates a book not currently at our disposal.
A collection of sourcebooks that collect from other sourcebooks.
Magic Item Compendium
Self-supported sourcebook that introduce entirely new elements to the game.
Tome of Battle: Book of Nine Swords
Tome of Magic
Magic of Incarnum
Weapons of Legacy
Expanded Psionics Handbook
Book of Exalted Deeds
Book of Vile Darkness
Epic Level Handbook
Dieties and Demigods*
The popular sourcebooks that examine and expand on PH races and introduce new races to the game.
Races of Stone
Races of Destiny
Races of the Wild
Races of the Dragon
Arguably the most successful series of sourcebooks released under the 3.5 edition.
The official follow-up to the popular first Complete series.
The books that guide you through the harshest environments.
Not full campaign settings, just options that change the tone of a campaign.
3.5 OGL compatible sourcebooks released by other companies.
Mastercraft Anthology (Fantasy Flight Games)
SORD (Myth Merchant Press)
The Collected Book of Experimental Might (Malhavok Press)
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