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Strangelove
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Indeed. I can't wait to read these book stick out tongue


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Before you know it we'll be starting those books smile


For those who haven't heard yet:
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Strangelove
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[glo=red]Anyone who hasn't read this thread yet, you should DragonLance is awesome[/glow]


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i read a lot of dragonlance books. my favorite is dalamar - combination of magical and physical prowess. i also loved kaz, he's the one im most versed with. i have a dragonlance book entitled "dragons". this is my favorite among all. it discusses the history of krynn from the dragon's eyeview.


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I think DL and LOTR r very different in that the whole of LOTR was meant to portray JRR Tolkeins own religious ideas...and they took him an extremely long time to develop and write...this however takes nothing away from DL, which are some of the most entertaining books around...I find that they are good quality....has anyone read The Black Wing?....i think that is my favorite; I read it in 6th grade and it was impossible to put down.


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Ok, I have question. I read the chronicles and Legends. My question is should I read the next trilogy? alot of people have told me not to because they were not any good.


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I love dragonlance, but I like deathgate books more.
My favourite charecter is Tas smile Lord Soth and Dalamar are also cool.
I hate that some dragonlance books are not translated in finnish sad
I've never heard of Legend of Huma. That would be nice to get smile
I'll bet that it would take a loooong time, when it will be translated. sad


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Hi, I'm also a fan of the dragon lance series, though I haven't read but the War of the souls and a few other assorted books. I haven't the resources to go out and buy books. My favorite character has got to be Burrfoot, simply because his innocence and ignorance are both funny. I love the pics, Khan.


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I also own the campaign setting, I enjoy DM 'ing for pplz at skool and in band. It's a fun setting... Just imagine:

player:"I cast Fireball on that little goblin..."
DM: (cutting player off)"No, you can't."
player:"Why not?"
DM:"You don't have any bat guano."
player:"What?!? I had it in this pouch right over... TAASSS!"

kender can be so much fun. : )


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Originally posted by vaya_the_elf
Ok, I have question. I read the chronicles and Legends. My question is should I read the next trilogy? alot of people have told me not to because they were not any good.


Read the Second Generation and then The Dragons of Summer Flame.

After that read the War of the Souls Trilogy.

mirror: Read the first two trilogies if you liked Tas. He is a hoot smile


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....has anyone read The Black Wing?....i think that is my favorite; I read it in 6th grade and it was impossible to put down.
I believe it's out of print, just like the rest of the Villains Series, the Elven Nations Trilogy, the Dwarven Nations trilogy, and others. I'm trying to find them via Borders


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Harhar! I now have the Elven Nations Trilogy which was formerly out of print, but now it's back! i'm going after the Dwarven Nations Trilogy right now

-For the people that haven't seen this thread b/c it's been buried...THe DragonLance Saga is an EXCELLENT read. Any and all of the books are at least worth one go-around


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They are good books, Iīve read until the chaos war, the only thing that I donīt like there is that it became too big! Challenging the creator of everything and so on...smile A bit too much for me...

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Originally posted by starshine
I love dragonlance, but I like deathgate books more.


I will have to agree I think.

I love the deathgate books so much big grin Its been about 5 years since I read them so I may have to again.

heres a link to what they are about http://dgc.dfxwebs.com/books/

If you like fizban(or zifnab smile as he is in DG) youll like this series big grin


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I love dragonlance books love


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I liked the first trilogy.... read them after I'd played the AD&D adventures, just to see how the authors had envisaged the game going... nothing like the way ours went! When we played them through we ended up with Sturm leading a dwarf army from Thorbardin and conquering the Solinesti, Raistlin and Caramon going against the Queen solo, while Tanis got killed by Ariakis really early on.... tas was a nuisance (but great nonetheless,) and Tika sacrificed herself to save the dragon eggs.... it went really well...


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Strangelove
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YEah, the main storyline is the best out of all the ones out there (Tanis, Sturm, Caramon, Raistlin, etc.) The Chronicles, Legends and War of Sould Trilogies are f**kin sweet, all 10 of them (if you include Dragons of Summer Flame). Anyone into fantasy should have a read


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Warning Dragonlance

does anybody read drgonlance if so tell about the ones you've read or how many or hell just say something about dragonlance


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vaya_the_elf
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I think you need to post this in the books section.

Although yes I have read it. Its very cool.


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Strangelove
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They're friggin' awesome. I already have a thread about this in the Book Discussion forum


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