DL15 Mists of Krynn (1e) – Krynn – a vast, mysterious planet filled with wonder, beauty, and danger. The home of the best-selling Dragonlance. Dragonlance began life as the vision of game designer Tracy Hickman. DL15 Mists of Krynn () and DL16 The World of Krynn (). DRAGONLANCE┬« adventure for a well- balanced party between 3d and 5th levels, set in the lands of Nordmaar. Although the adventure is best set a gen-.

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Shelve Dragons of War. Continuing from the previous module, Dragons of Despairthe players reenact the Dragonlance story using the pre-generated players. In Dragons of Iceafter leaving Thorbardin, the player characters head south into the polar regions, journeying along the glaciers in search of Icewall Castle.

This allowed for shorter character arcs within the larger story.

DL15 also contains source book material. These modules were hugely innovative for the fact that they told an epic story of armies transforming the world of Krynn ddragonlance the War of the Lance. Dragons of Glory is a sourcebook as well as a strategic-level board wargame which depicts the overall war between the draconians and the defenders of Krynn.

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The original series was updated to second edition and repackaged as the three Dragonlance Classics modules. They no longer focused on the Fifth Age. The novels proved even more successful than the adventures drabonlance started a long sequence of Dragonlance fiction publications, totaling more than novels and anthologies to date.

This success may also have been helped by the epic nature of the story: The maps have been redrawn and though the plot follows closely to the originals some changes have been made to keep old players on their toes.


It also contained some unique societies, such as Roman-like minotaurs. Shelve Dragons of Desolation.

At first, it looked like this might be changing with a pair of boxed sourcebooks: They wrote the five chapters over a weekend and were given the job to write the accompanying novels based on that. Dragons of Light by Jeff Grubb.

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By Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito. Dragons of Desolation by Tracy Hickman. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. Dragons of Despair by Tracy Hickman. In Dragons of Warthe player characters journey to the Tower of the High Clerist, where they will aid the Knights of Solamnia in a pitched battle with the draconians ; this battle can be resolved using Battlesystemor with the simple battle rules included with the module.

Graham Staplehurst of White Dwarf magazine felt that after the first four modules had been released, the series had “developed into something potentially larger than any other linked venture ever produced by TSR”, and that it “presumably will outstrip even the famous Giant-Drow series produced by Gary Gygax”.

Dragons of Mystery by Michael S. Fiction led the way: Shelve Dragons of Despair. The Annals of Drakis. Dragons of Triumph by Douglas Niles.

In Dragons of Deceitthe player characters undertake a quest to dragonlanec evil city of Sanction to find a way to free the good dragons from their oath not to battle evil.

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Shelve Dragons of Dreams. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information presented is accurate, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of any listing. First, instead of being stand alone d15, or a short series of adventures, they combined into a single large plot arc.


Dragons of Glory by Tracy Hickman.

It is a page softcover book by Clark Valentine and Sean Macdonald based dll15 the original modules. At this point it was suggested that Hickman and Margaret Weisan dragnlance in TSR’s book department who had become involved with the project, ought to write the books. DL11 Dragons of Glory was written by Douglas Niles and Tracy Hickmanwith a cover by Jeff Easleyand illustrations by Diana Magnuson and Jeff Butlerdraonlance was published by TSR in as a page pamphlet, an 8-page pamphlet, two large color maps, a cardboard counter sheet, a small zip-locked bag, and a double-thick outer folder.

The Dragonlance game project began with an idea by Tracy and Laura Hickman of a world dominated by dragons. Tales of the Dragon’s Bard. Shelve Dragons of Hope.

The authors were very careful to make sure that while the locations and settings of the novels coincided with the modules, and they equally made sure not too much was given away about the modules by deliberately changing some details about the modules.

The War of Souls.

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Dragons of Triumph is both a scenario and sourcebook; the sourcebook describes the continent of Ansalonbefore and after the war, and all the draconians, creatures, and artifacts of Krynn. Dragons of Ice by Douglas Niles. Drzgonlance also had great maps. There were also versions of the module series released inand World of Krynn presents four scenarios for player charactersincluding three dungeon crawls a dragon’s lair, a minotaur’s island, and Dargaard Keep, home of the undead and a wilderness quest.