Before the Cataclysm, Khisanth was a young wyrm. Awakening from her sleep shortly before the War of the Lance, Onyx (her human name) discovers that life after the Cataclysm is very different. Khisanth learns her lessons hard, considering herself above all others in many things and forging bonds with the Black Dragonarmy.More info →
From Amazon.com: A boxed set containing the young reader adaptation of the classic Chronicles trilogy. This slip-covered gift set contains the six-book series of young reader novels that first introduced a new, younger generation to the classic Dragonlance tales written by New York Times best-selling authors Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman. These titles were adapted specifically for younger readers and featured new interior and exterior art.More info →
From Wizards.com: Bertrem's Guide to the Age of Mortals: Everyday life in Krynn of the Fifth Age provides details that help bring this world to life including articles dealing with education, arms and armor, politics, food, festivals, games, and clothing.More info →
From Amazon: Do you wish you could fly on wings of your own? Breathe fire? Cast spells in the blink of an eye? These are the secrets only dragon magic can teach you.
In this next edition in the Practical Guide family of fantasy essentials, dragon expert Sindri Suncatcher opens up his notebooks one last time to give readers an insider's look into the Darastrix Academy, a place where young wizards and dragon hatchlings live side-by-side mastering the powerful magic that makes dragons so special.
For every fantasy fan who loves dragons and wants to know everything about these enigmatic creatures, this book reveals the greatest dragon secrets of all.More info →
This collector's edition includes the full text of all three of the original Dragonlance Legends by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, anthologized in one volume. All your favorite parts from "Time of the Twins", "War of the Twins" and "Test of the Twins" are included here.More info →
This title kicks off a key new Dragonlance trilogy from popular Dragonlance author Douglas Niles. This series will explore the post-war era in Solamnia, a central region of the Dragonlance world, continuing key story elements from the New York Times best-selling War of Souls series.More info →
This paperback novel recounts the adventures of a disgraced Silvanesti elf, exiled from his homeland to an unknown land called the Icereach. There he discovers barbarians engaged in pitched battle against the remnants of an ancient ogre empire. The first in a trilogy, The Messenger is sure to generate interest among fans of both Dragonlance and fantasy fiction.More info →
A young man once climbed through the mountains with a dwarven companion. Though the dwarf was lost somewhere along the way, Ariakas managed to conquer the tower where a beautiful maiden lived. With his multi-hued sword, Ariakas embarked down the path set forth for him by her Dark Majesty, Takhisis, Queen of Darkness.More info →
Temple of the Dragonslayer launches a new series of Dragonlance adventures written specifically for readers ages 10 and up. The series features a new group of young companions who band together for friendship and excitement during the golden age of the Dragonlance world. Author Tim Waggoner has written frequently for young readers, and his novels and short stories have been nominated for numerous writing awards.More info →
The latest title in a series based on characters from the bestselling War of Souls trilogy.
This title is next in the series that explores the lives of key characters from Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman's current Dragonlance trilogy. Dark Thane describes events that directly overlap the War of Souls timeline. Author Jeff Crook also wrote the kickoff title for this series, Conundrum.More info →
From Amazon.com: The Bertrem's Guides give readers insights into the everyday lives of the people in the world of the Dragonlance novels. Using correspondence, reports, and essays, this second Bertrem's Guide concentrates on the goings-on during the bestselling War of Souls trilogy by Weis and Hickman. Bertrem is a recurring character throughout the entire core Dragonlance saga and is very familiar to readers. This book acts as a travel guide for the Dragonlance world. This collection of essays explores the world of Dragonlance during the War of Souls, adding depth and breadth to the War of Souls era.More info →
From Wizards.com: Catriona Goodlund was born to be a warrior. Now, after years on the road to knighthood, protecting and saving her friends, it's time for Cat to face the secrets of her past and finally decide her future.But when she returns to her hometown, she finds the Heart of Purespring gone and destruction all around. With everything she's ever loved lost to her, Catriona must make her choice: revenge or redemption?More info →
This three-book set is perfect for collectors and an ideal gift for readers unfamiliar with the Dragonlance setting. The Chronicles Trilogy -- Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragons of Winter Night, and Dragons of Spring Dawning -- is enclosed in a hard-sided slipcover case featuring the stunning cover art by Matt Stawicki from the series.More info →
This anthology showcases 20 years of storytelling in the Dragonlance world by gathering into a single volume the most popular stories written by the New York Times best-selling authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. Their tales have defined the entire Dragonlance saga from inception to the present day, from the Chronicles to the War of Souls and beyond. Drawn from various Dragonlance anthologies published over the last two decades, each classic story now features an introduction from a Dragonlance author. Each introduction is different and shares that author's perspective on the past 20 years of Dragonlance tales.More info →
Role-playing game historian Ben Riggs unveils the secret history of TSR― the company that unleashed imaginations with Dungeons & Dragons, was driven into ruin by disastrous management decisions, and then saved by their bitterest rival.