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Today is Dead Eye, 23rd day of Summer Run. It is currently Fourth Watch rising 5.
Dragonlance Nexus 2.0 Has Launched!
Posted on 1/1/2014 by Dragonhelm
We have just launched the next evolution of the Dragonlance Nexus website! All new materials will be hosted there. This site will remain for archive purposes until all the content can be ported over. Check out the announcement.
Dragonlance Canticle #68 – Women in Dragonlance (Part Two)
Posted on 10/9/2013 by Dragonhelm
Rejoice! Tinker Gnomes have discovered, and cobbled together, the fabled Part Two of Women in Dragonlance! Excavated from the depths of the logic engines of Mount Nevermind, check out the Dragonlance Canticle!
Dragonlance Canticle #67 – New Age Novels
Posted on 9/1/2013 by Dragonhelm
In this episode, the round table discusses the novels published after March 2000, with a special emphasis on the War of Souls. The major points covered include the strength of character and plot development, the role of serialised fiction in Dragonlance, and whether ultimately the classic era gave fans a better novel experience. All of this and more in the latest episode of the Dragonlance Canticle.
Dragons of Autumn, August's Campaign of the Month
Posted on 8/25/2013 by Dragonhelm
Obsidian Portal is joined by GM RobertKey to talk to him about his awesome Dragonlance game, Dragons of Autumn, August's Campaign of the Month! Read on!
Kender in D&D Next Final Public Playtest Packet!
Posted on 8/20/2013 by Dragonhelm
According to the D&D R&D seminar at GenCon, we will be seeing kender in the final public playtest packet due out in mid-September! Also, the mage class infrastructure will be set up to account for multiple magic traditions, such as the artificer from Eberron and the Towers of High Sorcery from Dragonlance!
Dragonlance Canticle #66 – Classic Era Novels
Posted on 8/11/2013 by Dragonhelm
In this episode of the Dragonlance Canticle, Chuck springs a mystery topic on the panel. With no preparation, the round table must discuss the high and low points of the 'classic era' novels – and hilarity ensues!
Top Ten D&D Settings of ALL TIME!
Posted on 8/2/2013 by Dragonhelm
EN World has posted their list, based on hundreds of votes, of the top D&D settings of all time. I'm happy to see Dragonlance at #7. Be sure to check out the Top Ten D&D Settings of ALL TIME!
I3: Pharaoh... the first 'real' adventure module ever produced by TSR
Posted on 7/30/2013 by Dragonhelm
Art of the Genre has posted an article on I3: Pharoah, written by Tracy and Laura Hickman! This article focuses on the amazing talents of artist Jim Holloway. Check it out!
Dragonlance Canticle #65 – Raistlin and Draconians
Posted on 7/3/2013 by Dragonhelm
Was Raistlin the only choice Par-Salian had to become his "sword?" Is Par-Salian even Good in alignment? Are draconians still evil? Plus Adrian is wrangling tinker gnomes. All of this and more on this episode of the Dragonlance Canticle!
Artifacts and Magical Items of Dragonlance
Posted on 6/17/2013 by Dragonhelm
Looking for some 4e magic items and artifacts for your game? Look no further. John Rhyne was kind enough to send us this gorgeous article on just that! Be sure to check out Artifacts and Magical Items of Dragonlance!
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Par-Salian knew more about this sword than did the sword itself, perhaps. He knew that the iron will of the young mage's soul, having been tempered with blood, heated by fire, shaped by fate's hammer, and cooled with his own tears, was now finest steel, strong and sharp. Par-Salian had created a fine-honed weapon, but like all weapons, it had a double edge. It could be used to defend the innocent, or to attack them. He did not know yet which way the sword would cut...He doubted if the sword knew.
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