Dragonlance Dragons of Fate Dragonlance Novel Cover Revealed

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The cover and description of Dragons of Fate, Margaret Weis' and Tracy Hickman's second novel in the new Dragonlance novel trilogy have been revealed on Amazon, with a release date of August 1, 2023.


A courageous heroine trapped in the distant past is determined to return to her own time--without changing the shape of the world forever--as the New York Times bestselling Dragonlance series continues in the thrilling sequel to Dragons of Deceit.

A clash of powerful magical forces sets off the Graygem of Gargath, sending Destina and her companions deeper into the past than she intended--to the age of Huma Dragonsbane and the Third Dragon War. Now, after the Device of Time Journeying shatters, they must find another way back to their own era, before the Graygem alters history irrevocably and the Third Dragon War ends in defeat for the forces of good.

With the battle raging on, Destina tries desperately to make amends and prevent disaster. Raistlin and Sturm encounter their heroes, Huma and Magius, and must reconcile the myths with the men. Meanwhile, Tasslehoff--shocked that the Knights of Solamnia have never heard of dragonlances--sets out to find the famed weapons.

But as the forces of the Dark Queen close in on the High Clerist's Tower, Destina's party must return to their own timeline together--or not at all.


The first book in the trilogy, Dragons of Deceit, came out earlier this year.
 
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ECMO3

Hero
Are they in the story?

Without giving away any spoilers all three of them are in Dragons of Deceit and it makes sense that they would be in this book as well.

The following Heroes of the Lance are in Dragons of Deceit:

Raistlin (small part)
Sturm (small part)
Caramon (medium part)
Tanis (small part)
Tasselhoff (large part)
Goldmoon (cameo appearance)
Riverwind (cameo appearance)
Flint (cameo appearance)
Tika (medium part)
 
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eyeheartawk

#1 Enworld Jerk™
What does "Classic Dragonlance" mean in the banner there? Are there two separate continuities now? Are Kender still terrible in both?
 

Steel_Wind

Legend
What does "Classic Dragonlance" mean in the banner there? Are there two separate continuities now? Are Kender still terrible in both?
This came up in another discussion. The use of the Classic Dragonlance mark was a result of WorC's settlement with Weis and Hickman's lawsuit.

Effectively, it denotes not so much the continuity of plot, but that the World of Krynn Weis and Hickman are writing about is the original 1st Ed world, not a 5e world where Women can be Knights of Solamnia and Gully Dwarves aren't ridiculed for being genetically stupid., etc..
 

eyeheartawk

#1 Enworld Jerk™
This came up in another discussion. The use of the Classic Dragonlance mark was a result of WorC's settlement with Weis and Hickman's lawsuit.

Effectively, it denotes not so much the continuity of plot, but that the World of Krynn Weis and Hickman are writing about is the original 1st Ed world, not a 5e world where Women can be Knights of Solamnia and Gully Dwarves aren't ridiculed for being genetically stupid., etc..
So what you're saying is that the Kender are still terrible in Classic Dragonlance.

This is good.
 

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