Tasslehoff’s Map Pouch: Legends

Tasslehoff’s Map Pouch: Legends
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Series: Tasslehoff's Map Pouches, Book 3
Genre: Gaming Books
Tags: d20, Classic Era
Publisher: Margaret Weis Productions
Publication Year: May 2007
Length: 12 pages
ISBN: 1931567778

Tasslehoff Burrfoot, famous kender adventurer, has traveled the world and even through time! His maps led the Heroes of the Lance on their epic quest during the War of the Lance and guided a new generation of heroes in the War of Souls. The contents of his map pouches have remained a…

About the Book

Tasslehoff Burrfoot, famous kender adventurer, has traveled the world and even through time! His maps led the Heroes of the Lance on their epic quest during the War of the Lance and guided a new generation of heroes in the War of Souls. The contents of his map pouches have remained a secret … until now. Tasslehoff’s maps take you back in time!

This new collection of Dragonlance maps explores some of the places made famous in the Dragonlance Legends. Brave the tests of the gods in the Glitterpalace. Look upon the mysterious Isle of the Irda. Wander the streets of the doomed city of Istar and explore its fabled Tower of High Sorcery. Most intriguing of all—unravel the enigma of the Anvil of Time. The map pouch contains all of this—and much more!

Tasslehoff’s Map Pouch: Legends contains one dozen maps, including a poster map of pre-Cataclysm Ansalon during the Age of Might. Follow the route taken by the heroes in your favorite novels or find inspiration for your own stories using the Dragonlance game products from Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd.

Additional Information

Catalog #: SVP-4904
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: 356 AC

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