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Ragh (ca. ? AC -? AC) is a sivak Draconian who was one of the traveling companions of Dhamon Grimwulf following his departure from the Heroes of the Heart. Ragh was over ten feet tall with broad shoulders and covered in the normal silver scales of a sivak. The draconian had jet black eyes and stubby horns along the sides of it's head. One of the horns had been split whilst Ragh was enslaved by the dragonspawn in Polagnar. The draconian's wings had been amputated, leaving two great scars on his back, and his claws had been removed as well, leaving blunt human-like fingers remaining. His claws reformed and became metal after he dipped them in a pool of quicksilver in the Kharolis Mountains. (Read more...)
Huma Dragonbane (? – 1018 PC), born Huma of Eldor, was born the son of Durac, a Knight of Solamnia, and Karina. He had one other known relative named Rennard who was his father's brother. Huma never knew his father, because Durac was killed one year after becoming a full Knight, while protecting a pass from Hylo that would have flanked the Knights. Lord Oswal of Baxtrey took Huma under his wing, and told Huma he had always viewed him as a son.(Read more...)
- ...that a female draconian lays 2 to 4 eggs?
- ...that the Night Chamber was a secret penthouse where trials were held for the worst elven criminals?
- Dragonlance Canticle #42 – Romantic Fantasy in the Age of Mortals
Posted on 6/18/2011 by Zarvox
In this episode of the [Dragonlance Canticle], Tristan, Trampas, Chuck, and Cam talk about romantic fantasy, one of the genres of fantasy to which Dragonlance traditionally belongs. But are the stories being told in the Age of Mortals really romantic fantasy? This episode also contains the final part of our four-part Dark Sun interview with Chris Flipse of [Athas.org].
Posted on 6/15/2011 by Sallis
[This Just In...] Krynn Wins! Thanks to everyone who voted in the poll. This is a clear message to Wizards of the Coast that Dragonlance should be given more focus. Hopefully we will be seeing more DL from them in the future.
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