Lost Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home

Lost Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home
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Series: Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home, Book 4
Genre: Gaming Books
Tag: Classic Era
Publisher: Margaret Weis Productions
Publication Year: Dec. 15, 2007
Length: 176 pages
ASIN: 1931567786
ISBN: 1931567786

Bill of Fare. Hail, Traveler! Welcome to the Inn of the Last Home. You visit us during the Fourth Age, a time of war, when the Gods of Light and Darkness battle for the lands of Ansalon. But, for now, forget the dangers of the road. Wash away the dust with our finest ale, as you eat your fill of…

About the Book

Legends, Tales, Poetry, Recipes, and More from the Classic Era of Dragonlance!

In the tradition of Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home, More Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home, and History of Dragonlance, this new volume contains a collection of source material for all fans of the Dragonlance saga.

Source material about the world, its characters, and its history are all drawn together in a volume edited by New York Times bestselling author Margaret Weis.

Bill of Fare

Hail, Traveler! Welcome to the Inn of the Last Home.

You visit us during the Fourth Age, a time of war, when the Gods of Light and Darkness battle for the lands of Ansalon. But, for now, forget the dangers of the road. Wash away the dust with our finest ale, as you eat your fill of Otik’s spiced potatoes. Relax by the fire and listen to the old man’s tales of knights who ride to battle on the backs of dragons. Pay no heed to the strange-looking mage who watches from the shadows, though with the kender about, you might want to keep your hands on your purse!

Rest well in our inn this night, friend, for on the morrow you may wake to the beating of the drums of war…

For Your Enjoyment, We Offer

  • Tales of men and dragons in a time of conflict.
  • Scrolls containing ancient magic and relics of the gods.
  • Legends of wolf-bonded warriors and kender knights.
  • Forgotten lore of goblins, the crafting of dwarven jewelry, and more.
  • Feast traditions and recipes gathered by our own Tika Waylan.
  • Songs of the era, with both music and lyrics.

Table of Contents

Lost Bios

Adrian Du Chagne: Palanthas’ Lord of Lies
Nagash, Lightning Draconian (Clark Valentine)
Crucible in the War of the Lance
Crimson Skies (Trampas Whiteman)

Lost Relics

Amulet of the Soul’s Fire
The Beastheart
Bloodthorn
Bronze Stylus of Eons
Eye of the Storm
The Gnomish Wrench of Reorx
Habbakuk’s Au
Hiddukel’s Dice
Shinare’s Scales
The Last Altar
Majere’s Everlasting Rose
Mishakal’s Grace
Obsidian Orb of Infinity
Pathfinder
RIng of Laughter
The Staff of Argon
Taivul Kirk-Jolith

Lost Magic & Mysteries

The Brightblade
Mantis Rose
Shards of a Dragon Orb
Renegade Hunters After the War of the Lance
The Well of Talin
Mythic Might: Artifacts of the Lost Towers of High Sorcery

Lost Tales

Defeat in Kenderhome (Sean Macdonald)
The Journal of Falyrnthesal Haramdass
Gunthar’s War Journal (Chuck Martinell)
The True & Faithful Account of Lord Toede’s Campaign (Ashe Potter)

Lost Music

Fanfare for Derek Crownguard
Old Solace
The Road to Foghaven Vale
The Gnome Song

Songs from Autumn Twilight

Qualinesti Hymn
Hymn to Takhisis
Hymn for Laurana
Funeral Song for a Solamnic Knight
Song of Darkenwood
Battle Song of the Solamnic Knighthood
A Wedding Gift

Lost Organizations

A Kirath Wildrunner (Reinbowarrior)
The Knights of Balif (Sean Macdonald)
Shadow Wars (John Grubber)
The Way of the Seekers
The Bardic College of Ergoth (Ashe Potter)
Exploring the Mystery of the Bündesphar (Kevin T. Stein)

Lost Lore

Flint’s Jewelry
The Last Days of the Gnomish National Opera (Janet Pack)
Kender Courting and Marriage Traditions
Minotaurs of the Blood Sea
War Drums of the High Ogres (John Grubber)
The Othlorx Curse
The Phaethon (Shivam Bhatt)
Notes on Solamnic Feasting
Ten Reasons Why Kobolds Are Better Than Draconians

Additional Information

Catalog #: SVP-4407
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: 357 AC

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