The Dragonlance Canticle – Ep 18 Lost Episode!

This is it! The Dragonlance Canticle returns as Gerrin and I talk about arcane magic in 4th edition. Many thanks for those of you who were patient. This one had a few technical flubs to get through, but we made it. Enjoy!

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    • Zenaficus on July 30, 2009 at 1:41 pm
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    Awesome show! Glad to get a new episode! I liked how y’all managed to fit the new classes / 4e magic into DragonLance. Thought it was very well done.

    My only question is, Who is Giathuli/Lolth rip-off? Never heard of that god/demi-god before. Unfortunately at work, so have to wait to go home before tearing into Holy Order of the Stars.

    Good work, and hope to see more podcasts!

    • Bluehorse on August 7, 2009 at 11:27 pm
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    Good Episode! Very interesting insights on magic and its various uses. But speaking of Raistlin… when do we get some more talk on Dragons of the Hourglass Mage? Would *LOVE* to hear from Tracy on this one again, it would make the ultimate follow up on the previous podcast!!!

    Thanks!

  1. Zen – Jiathuli shows up in Wild Elves, a 2e module. She’s supposed to be a demigod, though in Holy Orders of the Stars, we explain her as a powerful demon. She is the “Handmaiden of Takhisis.”

    More coming on Hourglass Mage.

    Also, if all goes well, we will have a special guest regarding the 2010 setting, and a report from GenCon.

    • Nik on November 22, 2012 at 2:24 pm
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    If i am not mistaken there is a small mention of Jiathuli in “New tales, the land reborn” ,where an undead drider attacks the PCs in front of jiathuli’s statue. Are there any more references to her in other modules, or novels ? because personally i found the whole Jiathuli scenario a pretty interesting idea, and i like to see its development.

  2. Hi there, Nik!

    Jiathuli is indeed mentioned in New Tales, though the name has a typo as Jaithuli, IIRC.

    Other than that, she’s mentioned in the 3.5 book, Holy Orders of the Stars, which clarifies her origins as a cross-breed demon or devil (can’t remember which).

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