Age of Mortals
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The Age of Mortals series is a series of novels set in the Dragonlance setting.
For the Dungeons & Dragons game supplement, see Age of Mortals: Dragonlance Campaign Setting Companion.
- Conundrum (December 2001), by Jeff Crook, (ISBN 0-7869-1949-3)
- The Lioness (August 2002), by Nancy Varian Berberick, (ISBN 0-7869-2752-6), Note: The Lioness is also featured in the short story "Freedom's Pride" from Rebels and Tyrants set prior to The Lioness.
- Dark Thane (November 2003), by Jeff Crook, (ISBN 0-7869-2941-3)
- Prisoner of Haven (June 2004), by Nancy Varian Berberick, (ISBN 0-7869-3327-5), Note: The short story "Lost Causes" from Rebels and Tyrants serves as a prequel to Prisoner of Haven.
- Wizard's Conclave (July 2004), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-3351-8)
- The Lake of Death (October 2004), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-3364-X), Note: Continues the story of Dhamon Grimwulf, the main antagonist from Dragons of a New Age and The Dhamon Saga.
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