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by Christopher Coyle,Margaret Weis,Jamie Chambers
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  • Author:
    Christopher Coyle,Margaret Weis,Jamie Chambers
  • ISBN:
    0786930861
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786930869
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  • Publisher:
    Wizards of the Coast; First Edition first Printing edition (August 1, 2003)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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    Gaming
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Margaret Weis is the best-selling author of 15 Dragonlance novels, 11 of them co-written with Tracy Hickman. Christopher Coyle worked on Bestiary of Loerem and Old Vinnengael: City of Sorrows d20 for Sovereign Press, Inc.

Margaret Weis is the best-selling author of 15 Dragonlance novels, 11 of them co-written with Tracy Hickman. Don Perrin is the author of the Dragonlance novel Theros Ironfeld and co-author of numerous novels with wife Margaret Weis. Series: Dungeon & Dragons Roleplaying Game: Campaigns. Hardcover: 288 pages.

by Christopher Coyle (Author), Jamie Chambers (Author), Margaret Weis (Designer), Don Perrin (Designer) "From . About the Author Margaret Weis is the best-selling author of 15 Dragonlance novels, 11 of them co-written with Tracy Hickman.

by Christopher Coyle (Author), Jamie Chambers (Author), Margaret Weis (Designer), Don Perrin (Designer) "From the north came danger, as we knew it would: In the vanguard of winter, a dragon's dance Unraveled the land, until out of th. .more) Key Phrases: afflicted kender, legendary tactician, greater dragonlance, War of the Lance, Hit Dice, Dark.

Dragonlance Campaign Setting was designed by Margaret Weis, Don Perrin, Jamie Chambers, and Christopher Coyle. Weis explained that the designers "wanted to begin with the beginning, which was Tracy 's original vision for Dragonlance.

Authors: Margaret Weis, Don Perrin, Jamie Chambers, Christopher Coyle Series: d20 Sourcebooks, Book 1 Genre . Like those great champions, you will band together with brave companions to set forth on daring adventures.

Authors: Margaret Weis, Don Perrin, Jamie Chambers, Christopher Coyle Series: d20 Sourcebooks, Book 1 Genre: Gaming Books Tags: Recommended, d20, Age of Mortals Era Publisher: Wizards of the Coast Publication Year: Aug 22, 2003 Length: 288 pages ASIN: 0786930861 ISBN: 0786930861. Sagas from the lands of Krynn are filled with valiant heroes destined to discover ancient secrets and vanquish terrible evils. The tales of those bold deeds will become the newest legends i. iew Book Sample.

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Dragonlance Campaign Setting (2003), by Margaret Weis and Don Perrin with Jamie Chambers and Christopher Coyle, is the core campaign book for Dragonlance under D&D . e. It was published in August 2003 for the first Gen Con Indy. Origins (I): A True Campaign Setting. Much like Greyhawk before it, the world of Krynn was originally revealed through adventures: the original Dragonlance Chronicles modules (1984-1986).

Dragonlance Campaign Setting by Margaret Weis, Don Perrin, Christopher Coyle .

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Age of Mortals (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying, Dragonlance Setting). Margaret Weis, Jamie Chambers, Christopher Coyle. Издательство: Sovereign Press. ISBN 13: 9781931567107.

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Sagas from the lands of Krynn are filled with valiant heroes destined to discover ancient secrets and vanquish terrible evils. Like those great champions, you will band together with brave companions to set forth on daring adventures. The tales of those bold deeds will become the newest legends in the world of Dragonlance.From Solamnic Knights and Dragon Riders to kender, tinker gnomes, and draconians, the rich tapestry of the Dragonlance world comes alive in this campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. With historical content covering eras from the War of the Lance to the War of Souls, along with expanded rules for aerial combat, the Dragonlance Campaign Settingprovides the charcter races, prestige classes, feats, spells, monsters, and maps you need to fully explore the world of Dragonlance.

Cktiell
For a manual of game rules and guidelines, this was actually fairly entertaining. Once I catch up on my DragonLance reading (and re-reading) and get the source material more firmly set in my head, I might consider running an online campaign using this book. Even though I am not currently gaming, the book was interesting and filled in some gaps in the DragonLance world that I was missing.

Fair warning, if you intend on reading a lot in this series, this manual contains quite a few spoilers, so you may want to wait to take a look at this until you've at least read the main cannon of the DragonLance time-line.
Shakagul
Almost everything you need to know about this campaign world. I use this book primarily for the races and house-rules. It touches a little bit on every subject of Krynn - gods, lands, races, and even some classes. If you are new to this campaign, and haven't read any of the novels - they give you a timeline of events as well.
Teonyo
This is a great resource for info on Dragonlance and gives you everything you need to run a DL campaign in 3.5. The book is also very pretty and totally worth buying.
Bearus
Love Dragonlance, doing a game in the setting with a different system, but this is great to easily adapt monsters and grab background on gods, dragons etc.
Qumenalu
Just what I wanted Thank you So much and speedy delivery too.
one life
This book was absolutely brilliant. The races filled out nicely all of the racial attributes described in the books, the classes were well adapted, the spells very campaign specific, and the monsters, like the races, filled out nicely all of the racial attributes described in the books. The only downside is that if you haven't read the books, it will take a long while of pouring through the timeline and reading fluff to be able to actually set a campaign in Krynn. If you haven't read the books, it's still a great supplement. The idea of draconians is easy to adapt (change their origin), the races are all interesting and can be switched for any setting (the irda could be made into an elven offshoot race, and the gulley dwarves children of gnomes and dwarves [this was their origin in Krynn as well]), the death knight presented here is much better then that in the MM II, and so on.

The new classes were the only part that disappointed me. The noble was just a mixture of a bard with some special powers and decent combat abilities, and the mystic a perfect cleric parallel (except worse).
POFOD
Pros: Great for content and getting players excited about the setting, Made for 3.5e

Cons: Lots of spoilers for the novels (They don't ruin the story but lessen some of the drama if you haven't read them since you know how they are going to end.), poorly organized (in contrast to the FRCS), and no full-size world map (unlike the FRCS, but a full size map can be downloaded from the publisher's website)

Overall, I really think it could have been a lot better if it was done by game designers and not the author of the novels.
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