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ISBN:0786914203
Author: TSR Inc
ISBN13: 978-0786914203
Title: Dragonlance Encyclopedia
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Publisher: T S R (October 1999)

Dragonlance Encyclopedia by TSR Inc



The original Dragonlance logo. The Hickmans conceived Dragonlance while driving in their car on the way to TSR for a job interview. At TSR Tracy Hickman met Margaret Weis, his future writing partner, and they gathered a group of associates to play the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

The Hickmans conceived Dragonlance while driving in their car on the way to TSR for a job interview. Dragonlance encyclopedia.

Dragonlance Campaign Setting book cover. This series was originally published by TSR, Inc. during the early-to-mid-1980s as a supplement to their Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game products. It is currently published by Wizards of the Coast, which purchased TSR in 1997. Wizards of the Coast has licensed Sovereign Press to publish further Dragonlance game material. The dragonlances are sleek and narrow weapons, that can only be forged by a few smiths, which are able to penetrate dragon's scales easily.

Novel readers and AD&D players are always looking for a new challenge. This product provides all the information they need to begin riding dragons in the skies of Krynn. Beginners and experienced players alike will thrill at the glory and adventure of this newest guide to the Dragonlance campaign world. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. This is a book I'd reccemend to all players on Krynn before the Age of Mortals. Consider this a book that takes the World Book of Anaslon from the Tales of the Lance box set and takes out the parts the player characters should not know, and you have the synopsis of this book. Although parts of the book may be found lacking to the players, this allows the DM expansion onto ideas that were not presented in the novels and expansions; merely hinted at. Popular Categories.

by TSR Inc. Series: Dragonlance RPG (TSR 2143). From the back cover: If you have been intrigued by the Dragonlance setting, but have felt intimidated by the sheer amount of information it comprises, this is the book for you. This book will not baffle you with 'game jargon. It presents the world of Krynn in a manner you are sure to find entertaining and informative. Through a combination of original fiction and long-established fact, you will discover the continent of Ansalon-home to the Heroes of the Lance. You will find information about the races of the world, its major cities and regions, its deities, and its monsters

Dragonlance is a Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting created by Laura and Tracy Hickman, and expanded by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis under the direction of TSR, Inc. into a series of popular fantasy novels. The Hickmans conceived Dragonlance while driving in their car on the way to TSR for a job application. At TSR, Tracy met Margaret Weis, his future writing partner, and they gathered a group of associates to play the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. In 1984, TSR published the first Dragonlance novel, Dragons of Autumn Twilight. It began the Chronicles trilogy, a core element of the Dragonlance world. While the authoring team of Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis wrote the setting's central books, numerous other authors contributed novels and short stories to the setting.

In 1984, TSR published the first Dragonlance novel, Dragons of Autumn Twilight. Over 190 novels have used the Dragonlance setting, and have been accompanied by supplemental Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting material for over a decade  . Dragonlance was a comic book produced by DC Comics under license from TSR. Publication history.

TSR, Inc. was the American game publishing company that published Dungeons & Dragons. Tactical Studies Rules was formed in 1973 as a partnership between Gary Gygax and Don Kaye as a means to formally publish and sell the rules of Dungeons & Dragons. The partnership was subsequently joined by Brian Blume and (temporarily) by Dave Arneson.