It's older than my youngest son, who is a 20-year-old college student now. :)
I can't thank you enough for being there when we got this started and for all your help. It does my heart good to see you here.
The Dragonlance Nexus fan site is celebrating its 21st birthday this month!
The Nexus got its start in January 2001 amidst a divided Dragonlance fan community with the goal of keeping Dragonlance alive. The Nexus has worked with Margaret Weis Productions (formerly Sovereign Press) on the...
With the upcoming release of Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse, are you keeping Volo's Guide to Monsters and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes?
In my mind, they're no longer needed, but there is the collectability factor.
To understand the word "classic," one must first understand the history of Dragonlance. There are three main eras, from a publishing POV.
The classic era is the War of the Lance (WotL) and Legends eras, ending with Dragons of Summer Flame. From a game standpoint, the setting used the AD&D 2e...
Dragonlance already has draconians created from chromatic dragon eggs. They are known as noble draconians, and are the brainchild of Dragonlance game designer Jamie Chambers.
The idea is that towards the end of the War of the Lance, the Dragonarmies were running low on metallic dragon eggs to...
If you want to have some fun, put that address into Google Maps and you can look at the building via the street view. :)
I've driven past there years ago, circa 2002. It was neat to see where TSR once was.