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Another excellent share from Sean McDonald on Dragonlance Adventures!

Let's get ready to Rumble!!!
On the planet Cybertron there existed intelligent robots that could think and feel. They were called Autobots and Decepticons. But the brutal Decepticons were driven by a single goal: total domination. They set out to destroy the peace-loving Autobots and a war between the forces of good and evil raged across Cybertron, devastating all in its path, draining the planets once rich sources of energy.

In an effort to find a new source of energy the Autobots started a search mission into deep space. The Autobots boarded their ship, the Ark, and took off. The Decepticons took off directly after them. Two asteroids collided precisely in front of the Ark forcing the Autobots to use their lasers to cut a way through the meteoroids, the Decepticons follow them on their path. The Decepticon ship attacked and boarded the Ark. A battle started on board and no one is left at the controls. The ships get stuck in gravity of a nearby planet and falls to earth.

The sound of the ships crashing to the ground is enough to alert the gnomes that dwell in a nearby volcano. Thinking that the ships are advanced spelljammers the gnomes rush out to greet their fellow travelers and ask them many questions about their technology. To their surprise huge robotic men emerge from the wreckage. The Decepticons are merciless and begin firing on the gnomes. The Dark Knights of Neraka order the gnomes back to Mount Nevermind to prepare the arsenal of highly experimental weaponry that had recently been created. Some of them follow orders rolling out great gnmish weapons and some swarm the robots with tools drawn to dissasemble them.

Not understanding the difference between Decepticon and Autobots the gnomes swarm and attack each. The Transformers are forced to face the gnomes before they can confront each other.
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Gilthanas and Silvara's story comes to a not so happy ending if you played the #Dragonlance 3.5 Age of Mortals trilogy modules. Is a romance between mortal and dragon always fated for failure?

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More from Sean McDonald on Dragonlance Adventures.

Let's Get Ready to Rumble!

Caramon Majere VS He-Man

Press Release by Kipper Snifferdoo

Not many people know this, but during the writing of the Time of the Twins, Weis and Hickman had originally decided to use He-Man for the final battle with Caramon in the Gladiator Arena of Istar. At the time, He-Man was still very popular and they felt it would add a touch of realism to the first major novel since the highly successful Chronicles Trilogy. The editors felt otherwise, finding He-Man to be too powerful for Caramon to handle, so the authors decided to go with a minotaur. It was not as spectacular as they had hoped, but it did the job. I managed to find an excerpt of the text that ended up on “the cutting room floor”, on eBay and willingly paid the $64.78 to obtain it. Now, I will share it with you. The ending to the battle was never written so you will have to decide who wins.

Caramon quickly forgot the people in the stands, however. He saw his chance. Only the dwarf stood blocking the exit now, and Arack’s face, though twisted in anger, was twisted in fear as well. Caramon could easily get past him…

At that moment he heard an unmistakable cry above the crowd. “By the power of Grayskull!” He-Man bellowed in challenge. Lighting danced down, running along the form of the warrior. Somehow he looked even larger than before, as if he had been imbued with some sort of monstrous strength that could be seen emanating from him like heat waves.

Caramon turned to face him, a look of harsh determination on his face. He-Man lunged with his sword looking to end the fight quickly. But Caramon sidestepped deftly. Raising his foot, he kicked, shattering He-Man's kneecap. It was a painful, crippling blow, and sent He-Man stumbling to the ground.

Being no normal man, He-Man agonizingly struggled to his feet and with a deep breath he seemed to suppress the pain. Even though limping on one leg, He-Man’s strength was such that he easily compensated for the painful injury.

Slowly the two stalked each other, circling round and round. Caramon no longer heard the crowed that was stamping and whistling and cheering madly at the thought of first blood. He no longer thought of escape, he had no idea-even-where he was. His warrior instincts had taken over, then disaster struck.

Caramon, focusing on his opponent, slipped in a pool of slimy red blood, twisting his ankle. His sword flew from his fingers, skidding across the dusty floor of the arena. He-Man grinned and lunged forward to impale Caramon.
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I need some help: what is/what lurks in "Leviathan's Deep"?
Does it relate in some way to the War of the Lance?
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Show us your favorite piece of D&D fan art, by you or someone else. Let’s see these amazingly talented D&D artists! Here’s an awesome piece from reddit user mothlings.

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What's Cyan Bloodbane whispering to Lorac?

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I think I have more in storage...but here we go. I started reading these to my son at 6. He is 10 and we've gotten pretty far. I let him pick which ones we read. ...

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