List of Dragonlance novels

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This is a list of the published novels set in the fantasy world of Dragonlance, which was originally created as a setting for the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop role-playing game.



Adventures in Krynn[edit]

Title Author Release ISBN Notes
Tales of Uncle Trapspringer Dixie Lee McKeone November 1997 ISBN 0-7869-0775-4

Anthologies[edit]

The Dragonlance short story collections are mainly divided into the two publishing lines Tales and Dragons Anthologies. With most recent collections the dividing line has been somewhat erased. In the following are the short story collections listed in chronological order of their publishing dates.

Tales I[edit]

Title Release ISBN Notes
The Magic of Krynn March 1987 ISBN 0-88038-454-9
Kender, Gully Dwarves, and Gnomes August 1987 ISBN 0-88038-382-8
Love and War November 1987 ISBN 0-88038-519-7

Tales II[edit]

Although some versions refer to these three books as the Tales II trilogy, others refer to them belonging to the original Tales trilogy, continuing from volume IV (this is because they were originally published as two trilogies and later renumbered as one six-book series).

Title Release ISBN Notes
The Reign of Istar April 1992 ISBN 1-56076-326-4
The Cataclysm July 1992 ISBN 1-56076-430-9
The War of the Lance November 1992 ISBN 1-56076-431-7

Dragons Anthologies[edit]

Title Release ISBN Notes
The Dragons of Krynn March 1994 ISBN 1-56076-830-4
The Dragons at War May 1996 ISBN 0-7869-0491-7
The Dragons of Chaos January 1998 ISBN 0-7869-0681-2

Tales of the Fifth Age[edit]

Title Release ISBN Notes
Relics and Omens April 1998 ISBN 0-7869-1169-7
Heroes and Fools July 1999 ISBN 0-7869-1346-0
Rebels and Tyrants April 2000 ISBN 0-7869-1676-1

Tales/Dragons from the War of Souls/World of Krynn[edit]

These three collections are presented as a trilogy by their outer appearance as well as by their title constructions.

Title Release ISBN Notes
The Search for Magic: Tales from the War of Souls October 2001 ISBN 0-7869-1899-3
The Players of Gilean: Tales from the World of Krynn February 2003 ISBN 0-7869-2920-0
The Search for Power: Dragons from the War of Souls May 2004 ISBN 0-7869-3193-0

Further Dragons Anthologies[edit]

Title Release ISBN Notes
Dragons: Worlds Afire June 2006 ISBN 0-7869-4166-9
Dragons of Time April 2007 ISBN 0-7869-4295-9

Best Of Anthologies[edit]

Title Release ISBN Notes
The Best of Tales, Volume One February 2000 ISBN 0-7869-1567-6
The Best of Tales, Volume Two January 2002 ISBN 0-7869-2700-3
Dragons in the Archives: The Best of Weis and Hickman Anthology November 2004 ISBN 978-0-7869-3669-4

Anvil of Time[edit]

Age of Mortals[edit]

Barbarians[edit]

Bertrem's Guide[edit]

Bridges of Time[edit]

Champions[edit]

Chaos War[edit]

Chronicles[edit]

The Chronicles Trilogy[edit]

New editions:

The Second Generation[edit]

The Lost Chronicles Trilogy[edit]

This series fills in the gaps in the Chronicles trilogy storyline.

Young Adult Chronicles[edit]

These novels are adaptions of the original Chronicles Trilogy to a format specifically targeted at young readers. See also the section of Young Adult Readers Novels in this article.

Classics[edit]

Crossroads[edit]

Dark Disciple[edit]

Defenders of Magic[edit]

Dhamon/Fifth Age[edit]

The story of Dhamon Grimwulf, one of the main antagonists. The first series coincided with Dragonlance: The Fifth Age and had its logo, but it was dropped from the reprint and the second series.

Dragons of a New Age[edit]

Dhamon Saga[edit]

The story is continued in The Lake of Death in Age of Mortals series.

Dwarf Home[edit]

Dwarven Nations[edit]

Elven Exiles[edit]

Elven Nations[edit]

Ergoth[edit]

Heroes[edit]

Heroes II[edit]

Although some versions refer to these three books as the Heroes II trilogy, others refer to them belonging to the original Heroes trilogy, continuing from volume IV (this is because they were originally published as two trilogies and later renumbered as one six-book series).

Icewall[edit]

Kang's Regiment[edit]

Kang's Regiment is first introduced in the short stories The First Dragonarmy Bridging Company and The First Dragonarmy Engineer's Secret Weapon from The Dragons of Krynn and The Dragons at War respectively. The short story To Convince the Righteous of the Right from Heroes and Fools bridges the events between The Doom Brigade and Draconian Measures.

Kingpriest[edit]

Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home[edit]

This series serves more as soucebooks and accessories for the role-playing game, rather than novels.

Legends[edit]

New editions:

Linsha[edit]

This series continues the story of Linsha Majere from The Clandestine Circle. Continued in the short story The Eight from Dragons of Time.

Lost Histories[edit]

Lost Legends[edit]

Meetings Sextet[edit]

This story of this series focuses on the first meetings of the heroes and the foundations of their friendships, and predates Preludes series.

Minotaur Wars[edit]

Odyssey of Gilthanas[edit]

Ogre Titans[edit]

Preludes[edit]

This series' story take place the five years before the beginning of Chronicles trilogy.

Preludes II[edit]

Although some versions refer to these three books as the Preludes II trilogy, others refer to them belonging to the original Preludes trilogy, continuing from volume IV. This is because they were originally published as two trilogies and later renumbered as one six-book series.

The Raistlin Chronicles[edit]

Rise of Solamnia[edit]

The Stonetellers[edit]

Taladas[edit]

Villains[edit]

The War of Souls[edit]

The Warriors[edit]

Note: Knights of the Crown, Knights of the Sword, Knights of the Rose and The Wayward Knights tell a continuing story, although each novel stands on its own.

Young Adult Readers Novels[edit]

Young Adult Chronicles[edit]

These novels are adaptions of the original Chronicles Trilogy to a format specifically targeted at young readers.

Elements[edit]

Elidor Trilogy[edit]

Goodlund Trilogy[edit]

New Adventures[edit]

Suncatcher Trilogy[edit]

Trinistyr Trilogy[edit]

Related stories[edit]

The following two books are not part of the Dragonlance series, but rather the Ravenloft series. They are crossovers in which Lord Soth and others are transported from Krynn to the Ravenloft world.

Six novels set in the Spelljammer universe were published by TSR, before TSR was incorporated into Wizards of the Coast. The novels were interconnected and formed "The Cloakmaster Cycle". The novels tell the story of Teldin Moore, a 'groundling' farmer on Krynn who has a powerful and apparently cursed magical cloak that was given to him. The series puts the character on a quest, and showcases the Spelljammer universe.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kenson, Stephen (January 2000). "ProFiles: Miranda Horner". Dragon. Renton, Washington: Wizards of the Coast (#267): 14.
  2. ^ "Dragons of the Hourglass Mage". Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved 2009-06-07.

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