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D&D’s Dragonlance is back with a new adventure and a ‘battle game’

A brand new adventure set in the world of Krynn is coming to Dungeons & Dragons in late 2022.title Dragon Spear: Shadow of the Dragon Queen, marking a return to the classic scene first introduced by TSR in the 1980s. That’s not all, Wizards of the Coast announced the news in a live presentation on D&D on Thursday.The Wizards also launched a new “battle game” called Dragon Spear: Warriors of Crane† You can see more in the trailer, voiced by Shohreh Aghdashloo (expansion), included above.

Originally created by Laura and Tracy Hickman on an off-road road trip, the Dragonlance scene became a staple of the original D&D publisher TSR’s line in the 1980s. They know them best from a series of novels written by Tracy Hickman and Margaret. Autumn Twilight Dragonwinter night dragonyes Chun Xiaolong† But add-on adventure modules are also selling well, many of which can still be purchased from the Dungeon Master Guild.

However, without any doubts?

Dragonlance made headlines in late 2020 when Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weiss filed a $10 million lawsuit against Wizards for breach of contract. Those issues were finally resolved, paving the way for a new Dragonlance novel trilogy. The release date of the first book of the trilogy, Dragon of DeceptionScheduled for August 9.

The subtitle of the adventure mentions the Dragon Queen Taxis, the evil antagonist who works in the background of the entire scene. Typically, she is responsible for corrupting the race of chromatic dragons in the world of Krynn, usually in the form of five-headed dragons.

How is Dragonlance different from D&D 5th Edition’s main wizard setting, The Forgotten Realms? And, of course, the Kender, a small magical fantasy race unique to Krynn’s world. Magic also works slightly differently, with schools strictly divided into arcane and theological. Then there are dragons, which are both sentient monsters and steeds that warriors can ride into battle. Unlike their cousins, the Draconians, they are also obviously cruel and evil.Overall, the stories found in it are more epic in nature, more like this Lord of the Ringsnot so happy green knight

renew: Dragon Spear: Warriors of Crane is a board game fully integrated into the new Dragonlance TTRPG campaign. It was also designed by Rob Daviau (legacy risk) and Stephen Baker (hero missionbattle master† Learn more in our interview with D&D director Ray Winninger.

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D&D’s Dragonlance is back with a new adventure and a ‘battle game’

A new adventure set in the world of Krynn arrives for Dungeons & Dragons in late 2022. Titled Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen, it marks the return of the classic setting first introduced by TSR in the 1980s. Wizards of the Coast made the announcement Thursday during the D&D Direct streaming presentation — and that’s not all. Wizards also introduced a new “battle game” titled Dragonlance: Warriors of Krynn. You can see more in the teaser trailer, voiced by Shohreh Aghdashloo (The Expanse), embedded above.
Originally created by Laura and Tracy Hickman during a cross-country road trip, the Dragonlance setting became a key product line for D&D’s original publisher TSR in the 1980s. Most fans know it best from a series of novels, written by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis — Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragons of Winter Night, and Dragons of Spring Dawning. But the companion adventure modules also sold well, with many of them still available for purchase from the Dungeon Master’s Guild.
Wasn’t there a lawsuit, though?
Dragonlance made headlines in late 2020 when Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weiss filed a $10 million lawsuit against Wizards of the Coast, alleging breach of contract. Those issues were eventually smoothed over, paving the way for a new trilogy of Dragonlance novels. The release date for the first book in the trilogy, Dragons of Deceit, is set for Aug. 9.
The subtitle of the adventure is a reference to the Dragon Queen, Takhisis, the evil antagonist working in the background of the entire setting. She is canonically responsible for corrupting the race of chromatic dragons on the world of Krynn, and herself often takes the form of a five-headed dragon.
What makes Dragonlance different from The Forgotten Realms, Wizard’s main setting for 5th edition D&D? There’s the kender, of course, a diminutive and magical fantasy race unique to the world of Krynn. Magic also works a bit differently, with schools strictly divided between the Arcane and the Divine. Then there’s the dragons, which are both sentient monsters and steeds that warriors can ride into battle. Draconians, unlike their cousins the dragonborn, are also distinctly brutish and evil. Overall the narratives found inside are much more epic in nature — more like The Lord of the Rings, less like The Green Knight.
Update: Dragonlance: Warriors of Krynn is a board game that is fully integrated into the new Dragonlance TTRPG campaign. It’s also being designed by Rob Daviau (Risk Legacy) and Stephen Baker (HeroQuest, Battle Masters). Read more in our interview with D&D head Ray Winninger.

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