Some articles on grey star:
... Magnamund, in the land then known as the Shadakine Empire, and features Grey Star, a human that was raised by the Shianti, a race of semi-gods ... According to a 2008 interview with Joe Dever, Grey Star was actually the principal character that Ian Page played in Dever's D D campaign in the late 1970s ... Since Ian Page had created a detailed backstory for Grey Star and fleshed out many aspects of southern Magnamund, Joe Dever convinced him to write a four-book story arc ...
... It is one of four books in the mini-series and features Grey Star, for whom the first book is named, a young Wizard trained by the enigmatic Shianti to stop the Wytch ... All four of the Grey Star books were released by Project Aon along with many of the other installments of the Lone Wolf series ...
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