The legend of Raistlin’s daughter! A strange story that cannot be confirmed, yet it is whispered among the elves of Silvanesti, gossiped about by the kender of Krynn, and told here for the first time by Caramon, the enigmatic mage’s surviving twin. A wondrous new novella journeying into secrets…
The legend of Raistlin’s daughter!
A strange story that cannot be confirmed, yet it is whispered among the elves of Silvanesti, gossiped about by the kender of Krynn, and told here for the first time by Caramon, the enigmatic mage’s surviving twin.
A wondrous new novella journeying into secrets of the heart and rumors about the past that have bearing on the future of Krynn.
Plus, ten exciting short stories—untold tales of chivalry and affection, heroic quests and foul villainy, magic in battle and transcendent defeat—featuring all the beloved companions and fantastical creatures of the best-selling Dragonlance saga.
The story that has enthralled over three million readers world-wide, as created by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.
A Good Knight’s Tale
A Painter’s Vision
Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel
Hide and Go Seek
Nancy Varian Berberick
By the Measure
Richard A. Knaak
Paul B. Thompson and Tonya Carter Cook
Heart of Goldmoon
Laura Hickman and Kate Novak
Margaret Weis and Dezra Despain
Silver and Steel
From the Yearning for War and the War’s Ending
Catalog #: 887230000
Print Edition: 2nd
Timeline: 19-353 AC
“Heart of Goldmoon,” by Laura Hickman and Kate Novak (the wives of Dragonlance lead designers Tracy Hickman and Jeff Grubb, respectively), is the longest story in this collection. It was originally going to be published as a standalone adventure gamebook, but this was canceled for some reason and retooled as a novella for publication in this collection.
“Raistlin’s Daughter” was later republished in The Second Generation.
“Silver and Steel” falls well outside the timespan of the rest of the stories. Reaching into Krynn’s ancient past, it takes place in the year 1018 PC; it was the first retelling of the story of the legendary knight, Huma. Five months later, this subject matter was tackled yet again, in the very next Dragonlance novel to be published: The Legend of Huma.
Another story in this collection, “A Painter’s Vision,” also extends outside the main timeframe of the book. It follows the story of a woman from youth to old age. Fans estimate the story ends in the year 404 AC (56 SC), making it chronologically the last story of all Dragonlance!