Dragonlance: Untold Quests

Dragonlance: Untold Quests
Authors: , , , , ,
Series: 5E Adventures, Book 1
Genres: Gaming Books, Dungeon Masters Guild
Tags: Classic Era, D&D 5E
Publisher: Dragonlance Nexus
Publication Year: 2024
Format: Hardcover/Softcover/PDF
Length: 92
Illustrator: Elena Zambelli, Mikael Mansen, Dean Spencer, Algol, Oliver Denker, Corey Johnston, Jacob E. Blackmon, www.critical-hit.biz, Rick Hersey/Fat Goblin Games, Gary Dupuis, Ramon Lucha

From the creators of Tasslehoff’s Pouches of Everything Revised, Dragonlance: Shadow of the Black Rose and The Journals of Kaz the Minotaur: The Lost Colony; the Dragonlance Nexus proudly presents…Untold Quests!

About the Book

Several years have passed since the bitter end of the War of the Lance. The land is still filled with uneasiness. All is threatened to come crumbling to a halt by not only internal struggles, but through the actions of one power-hungry wizard seeking lichdom. Help prevent a new evil from arising by taking up Untold Quests!

This reimagining of the AD&D 2nd edition modules Knight’s Sword (DLQ1) & Flint’s Axe (DLQ2) has an entirely new chapter titled The Lost Library that concludes the incomplete trilogy for D&D 5e. In this book you will find:

  • A three-part adventure that takes players from 1st to 6th level.
  • An entire section dedicated to familiarizing DM’s and players to Dragonlance, and the current history of Ansalon.
  • New maps and gazetteers for famous locations such as Solanthus, Hillhome and Tarsis.
  •  Full Sidekick rules statblocks for the NPCs from the original AD&D 2nd edition modules.
  • New monsters and NPCs, several being a first for D&D 5th edition.
  • 5 new magic items.
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