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Dragonlance Adventures (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons #2021)

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At last, the complete Krynn source book that contains all the information necessary for limitless campaigning in the world of DRAGONLANCE saga! Provides all-new information on the character classes, races, artifacts, andpowers that are unique to the fascinating world of Krynn

"...For in ages past, beyond memory and word, in the first blush of the world, Dragons terrible and
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published December 31st 1987 by TSR (first published October 1987)
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Lee Mavin
This is by far the best role playing game. Forget all that computer game adaptations, this actually requires use of the imagination.

I remember my half character got to level 21! THAT TOOK 2 YEARS!

Andrew Uys
The 1st D&D rpg book I bought and played... Long before I knew any of the game's actual rules. Still have it safe on my book shelf; a true treasure of my childhood!
David Sarkies
The original sourcebook for the Dragonlance World
30 August 2013

Okay, for those who do not know, this is Tracy Hickman:

Tracey Hickman

Yes, the Dragonlance series were not written by two woman but a man and a woman, and for those who do not believe me, here is a picture of Margaret Weiss:

Margaret Weis

And here are both of them at a book signing:

Tracey Hickman & Margaret Weis

Actually, they are at Gen-Con, but what would they be doing at Gen-Con other than signing books? I don't know, I have never been to Gen-Con (and am unlikely to do so because that w
Faris Morgan
Really enjoyed this book. I didn't think I would but it had a really nice ending. I did get annoyed when it waffled but I realised that's how kender see the world and it then just became hilarious when an argument happened in the story.
I read this when I first started to play AD&D (and even before I read those Dragonlance novels), and it was actually incredibly fascinating to me, both because D&D-type statistics were new to me, as well as the story world. Later, after we played for a while, we found that a lot of their custom classes were not very playable, especially the wizards and clerics, but it would probably still be fun to browse through if I still had it.
Jodie Brandt
This book defined my young adult years. I spent an infinite amount of hours living in this world, either through role-playing or reading the saga. I was fortunate enough to have my wife take me to GenCon 2012 for our one year anniversary, where I got this book autographed by both Mr. Hickman and Mrs. Weis.
Dec 09, 2007 Scott rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone
This is excellent. It captures the feel of the novels perfectly, it includes everything you need, and it's even well laid out. A "must have" if your a D&D player that enjoys Krynn.
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