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D&D General DLS4 Wild Elves (Dragonlance) and Greyhawk: The Adventure Begins (AD&D 2E) now available for print on demand!

Alzrius

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Wizards of the coast has released print on demand options for DLS4 Wild Elves and Greyhawk: The Adventure Begins, both for AD&D 2nd Edition.

DLS4 Wild Elves, available for $9.99, is the third module in a trilogy of elven-focused Dragonlance adventures. My understanding is that it's considered non-canon due to the presence of drow and driders on Krynn (an offshoot of how "dark elves" in Dragonlance were misunderstood to be drow references rather than exiled criminals). Though I suspect that the spelljammer references, while technically not non-canon, didn't help the module's popularity either.

Greyhawk: The Adventure Begins, available for $14.99, was part of the Greyhawk revival that took place in the late 90's after WotC acquired TSR. This was a campaign setting book in all but name, overviewing the Flanaess in general and the Free City of Greyhawk in particular (though it's worth noting that some of the pertinent player-focused information was presented, appropriately enough, in the Greyhawk Player's Guide).

Both books mark the latest POD releases from WotC, following WGM1 Border Watch (Greyhawk 2E), The Book of Lairs (Forgotten Realms 2E), AC10 Bestiary of Dragons & Giants (BECMI), Halls of Undermountain (4E), the War Captain's Companion (Spelljammer), PC3 Creature Crucible: The Sea People (BECMI), Volo's Guide to the Sword Coast (Forgotten Realms 2E), Volo's Guide to Waterdeep (Forgotten Realms 2E), Volo's Guide to Cormyr (Forgotten Realms 2E), the Dark Sun Boxed Set (the original one for AD&D 2E), Campaign Option: Council of Wyrms, and the Planescape Campaign Setting.

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Any time when you see Brom's cover of Wild Elves have you though about a mash-up mixing Dark Sun and Dragonlance?

"Wild Elves" shows us the closest ones to the drows in Dragonlance, and also a spider-dragon, even with age categories.
 

Alzrius

The EN World kitten
Any time when you see Brom's cover of Wild Elves have you though about a mash-up mixing Dark Sun and Dragonlance?
I suspect that more than a few people looked at the cover and wondered why they started thinking about Sorak, from Simon Hawke's Dark Sun novels, being on Krynn.

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