Welcome to the Dark Sun Wiki
A wiki guide for the Dark Sun, a Core D&D setting from the Wizards of the Coast, that anyone can edit

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People and races
Books, podcast and campaigns
  • Books
    • Novels – All the many novels set on Athas, the Dark Sun world.
    • Sourcebooks – Rulebooks, adventures, and supplements for playing the game.
    • Authors – The authors of the many novels and sourcebooks.
  • Podcast
    • WotC Podcast – Information, game testing, ect. provided by Wizards of the Coast.
    • Other Podcast – Podcast provided by people other than Wizards of the Coast.
  • Online campaign
  • CRPGs

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