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Following on from the Amazon "leak" that mentioned a new Dragonlance 1, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have confirmed a new Classic Dragonlance trilogy.
The Krynn map covers the continent of Ansalon, with locations like elven-stronghold of Silvanesti, high plains of Palanthus, Sancrist Isle and the realms of the minotaurs.
Dragonlance 1 is described by Amazon as a 304 page book in the "Role-playing & War Games" section.
RPG news for the Christmas week. Just what has the industry been up too?
There are one fewer lawsuits against Wizards of the Coast this week as Dragonlance authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman end their legal case.
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Weis and Hickman claim that Wizards of the Coast have maliciously "nullify the millions of dollars in remuneration" the two authors were expecting from a new Dragonlance trilogy.
At D&D Celebration 2020 yesterday, during the closing panel, the Dungeons & Dragons boss Ray Winninger told us that the company is working on three old settings coming back to the franchise.
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