Dragon Forge (Eberron: The Draconic Prophecies, #2)
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Dragon Forge (The Draconic Prophecies #2)

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A heroic battle to uphold the balance of Eberron(R)
Gaven has fulfilled part of the prophecy and become the Storm Dragon. Now he seeks the Draconic Prophecy at its source in Argonessen, the dragon nation--but as he travels toward that ancient continent, Gaven may discover more than he suspected.
Meanwhile, Aundairian loyalists--assisted by a sinister dragon cabal--are as...more
Paperback, 372 pages
Published April 7th 2009 by Wizards of the Coast (first published June 3rd 2008)
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Joel Flank
Unfortunately, the Draconic Prophecies series gets worse in it's second book. This time around, Wyatt is clearly following the corporate mandate of Wizards of the Coast to forcefully convert all of their campaign settings to the new paradigm of 4th edition dungeons & dragons. The continent of dragons in Eberron now suddenly has cities of dragonborn, magic doesn't work the same, you can't simply cast a teleport spell (even though this was done in the first book of the series with no problem),...more
David Schwarm
This was another great book. I really enjoy the way in which the prophecy comes out, resolves itself through out the book. I love the dragons and their personality. I love the introduction of Dragon Born and Tiefling. This is a very fun book--lots of action, good characterization, etc.

I am going to need more Gavin for sure.
Connective plot. Very little parts of resolution and a bit of introduction of staple 4E D&D ideals. I was hoping for an appearance from the Lord of Blades, but that could happen in the final book.
Nicole Engard
Dragon Forge: The Draconic Prophecies, Book 2 (The Draconic Prophecies) by James Wyatt (2008)
Shannon Clark
Suffers from the common second book in a trilogy problem of setting up the third book
Sep 24, 2012 Jim rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: every fantasy lover
Shelves: fantasy
wonderful book, can't wait to read "Dragonwar"
Joshua Mandell
Great book overall. I love this series so far.
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James Wyatt is an award-winning game designer at Wizards of the Coast, and now holds the position of Design Manager for Dungeons & Dragons. He was one of the lead designers for D&D 4th Edition and one of the original designers of the Eberron Campaign Setting, and has written and co-authored dozens of game supplements. He grew up in Ithaca, New York, and now lives in Washington State with h...more
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