Dragonlance is one of the most famous Dungeons & Dragons exhibits, brought to life by designers Margaret Weis and Tracy and Laura Hickman. In late 2020, it seemed as if the creator’s relationship with the Wizards of the Coast had deteriorated the point of the lawsuit from the creators about breaking contact in connection with the new trilogy of books. The lawsuit, meanwhile, has been resolved, except borrowing D&D mechanics for their own environment, the novels the trio has been working on can now see the light of day.
Del Rey revealed the cover for Dragons scam, the first book in the upcoming series, written by Tracy and Weis. The novel will present a new protagonist Destina Rosenthorn who thinks that a great destiny awaits her. After leaving her father’s death during the Spear War without a family estate and castle, Destina conspires to go back in time and undo his death. One such person to turn to for help will be Tasslehoff Burrfoot, a Kender Rogue who first appeared in the 1984 film A Stone’s Throw Away and has an item to help her return to the past.
They are there many novel for Dragonlanceand the last is Douglas Niles’ The Fate of Thorbardin for the 2010 Dwarf Home sub-franchise The series is notable for introducing fans to the world of Krynn, who have since appeared in D&D publications over the years, including the recent fifth edition of the book.
See the envelope it contains below Destina and her companions at the top of the hill and a beautiful view that promises excitement and adventure on the horizon. Oh, and also a young dragon.
Dragons of Deceit will release on August 9, 2022.
Correction 12/18/21 at 2:56 pm EST: The character Tasslehoff Burrfoot was previously referred to as a Rogue of the Kendle people, it has since been edited to the race’s proper name, “kender.”
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