The following selection of Earthdawn web pages represents the “must see” pages for Earthdawn fans and beginners. I chose those which are up to date, most informing or offer the best downloads.
1. RedBrick LLC
Publisher of the latest Earthdawn Third Edition with an active forum, blogs of the developers and news about their products.
2. Mongoose Publishing
Main source to order the latest Earthdawn Third Edition books. Even pre-ordering of yet unreleased books is possible.
3. Earthdawn deviantART Gallery
The Earthdawn deviantArt Gallery started early 2010 and keeps on growing since then. Some highlights are the unframed Earthdawn book covers of RedBrick LLC Third Edition books.
4. Allen Varney
5. Order of the white Rhino (last update 2002)
Well, this is the first page of this selection which is completely not up-to-date, but the pictures of Iopos or the King Varulus III Monument are only two of the unique treasures that can be found on that page.
6. Circle of Four (last update 2004)
7. Earthdawn Journal
This page is all that is left of the former “Earthdawn Journal” print version. Most of the content of the magazine is available at this page.
8. Day Trip to Barsaive
The polish distributor Q-Workshop is well known for excellent dice designs. Also Earthdawn dice can be ordered at their page.
10. Earthdawn @ Obsidian Portal
The Obsidian portal in general is a platform for organizing a roleplaying game. The Earthdawn section about a group playing in Denver, CO offers a great resource of NPC characters.
The following links lead to international pages, I linked to the original pages. For everyone who prefers the translated English version, use Google translate by simply pasting the URL.
11. Kharro Aropagoi
Welcome to Hungary! This page is the first address for Hungarian Earthdawn fans.
12. Black Book Editions
The French publisher Black Book Editions is the main source for French Earthdawn fans. They publish the translated version of the RedBrick Classic Edition.
The tower of strength of the polish Earthdawn community is always up to date and provides for example some unique descriptions of Urupa.
German page which provides most German fanworks ever made.
15. Earthdawn Dice Roller
The list or selection doesn’t represent all Earthdawn related websites that you should have a look at, of course. So if you miss a website that should be on the list of “must see websites about Earthdawn” add it in the comments. Please describe briefly what makes the page special.