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Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
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The Dragonlance books were published between 1984 and 2011, and are a group of connected fantasy novels set in the world of Krynn. Krynn was an official setting for Dungeons & Dragons, so it’s fair to say that Dragonlance was an “official” D&D product. Most of the novels were set in Krynn’s “present day”, but […]

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Richard A. Knaak Interview

Richard A. Knaak Interview 

Who doesn’t know Richard A. Knaak? You know what, don’t answer. You all should. This is the author who has written more books than you realise, in more worlds that should really be possible, and created the truly epic Dragonrealm – which I’ve written about before. Now, he has branched out once more and written […]

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Five Favourite Wizards – Guest Blog by Stephen Aryan

Five Favourite Wizards – Guest Blog by Stephen Aryan 

Battlemage is an epic fantasy story where overt magic is front and centre, with powerful men and women able to change the very course of the war that has swept across a large part of the world. It is influenced by many modern and classic fantasy novels and I wanted to share some of my […]

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Tie-In Fiction: Fantasy’s Gateway Drug

Tie-In Fiction: Fantasy’s Gateway Drug 

Tie-in fiction—specifically the Dragonlance universe—was my first introduction to wonderful world of epic, serial fantasy. Before Eddings, before Jordan and Feist, there were Weis and Hickman. The Dragonlance Chronicles are a touchstone for me and countless others. Just take a look at the forum here on Fantasy-Faction, or at the r/fantasy or r/Dragonlance subreddits. The […]

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Dragonlance – Thirty Years Old

Dragonlance – Thirty Years Old 

“Evil turns in upon itself.” Very rarely has a truer phrase been written so simply and we’ll come back to that later. The Dragonlance Chronicles first appeared in bookshops thirty years ago. The first book, Dragons of Autumn Twilight, was published in 1984. The second in the trilogy was released the same year and the […]

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Richard A. Knaak Interview

Richard A. Knaak Interview 

Richard A. Knaak is an author who has achieved just about everything you could hope for as a writer of Fantasy. Over the course of his career – that extends over a quarter of a century, by the way – he has had a written within the renowned and much loved worlds of Conan and […]

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Larry Elmore – Artist Spotlight

Larry Elmore – Artist Spotlight 

Do you remember when you saw your first fantasy artwork? I do. It was the summer of 1981. I was only seven years old at the time; probably playing with my Star Wars action figures while wishing my parents would take me to Kiddie City to buy more LEGO. Man, who didn’t love that original […]

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