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List of Dragonlance novels

This is a list of the published novels set in the fantasy world of Dragonlance, which was originally created as a setting for a role-playing game in the Dungeons & Dragons style. Please refer to the main Dragonlance article for further information.

Contents

  • Adventures in Krynn 1
  • Anthologies 2
    • Tales I 2.1
    • Tales II 2.2
    • Dragons Anthologies 2.3
    • Tales of the Fifth Age 2.4
    • Tales/Dragons from the War of Souls/World of Krynn 2.5
    • Further Dragons Anthologies 2.6
    • Best Of Anthologies 2.7
  • Anvil of Time 3
  • Age of Mortals 4
  • Barbarians 5
  • Bertrem's Guide 6
  • Bridges of Time 7
  • Champions 8
  • Chaos War 9
  • Chronicles 10
    • The Chronicles Trilogy 10.1
    • The Second Generation 10.2
    • The Lost Chronicles Trilogy 10.3
    • Young Adult Chronicles 10.4
  • Classics 11
  • Crossroads 12
  • Dark Disciple 13
  • Defenders of Magic 14
  • Dhamon Saga 15
  • Dragons of a New Age 16
  • Dwarf Home 17
  • Dwarven Nations 18
  • Elven Exiles 19
  • Elven Nations 20
  • Ergoth 21
  • Heroes 22
    • Heroes II 22.1
  • Icewall 23
  • Kang's Regiment 24
  • Kingpriest 25
  • Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home 26
  • Legends 27
  • Linsha 28
  • Lost Histories 29
  • Lost Legends 30
  • Meetings Sextet 31
  • Minotaur Wars 32
  • Odyssey of Gilthanas 33
  • Ogre Titans 34
  • Preludes 35
    • Preludes II 35.1
  • Raistlin Chronicles 36
  • Rise of Solamnia 37
  • The Stonetellers 38
  • Taladas 39
  • Villains 40
  • The War of Souls 41
  • The Warriors 42
  • Young Adult Readers Novels 43
    • Young Adult Chronicles 43.1
    • Elements 43.2
    • Elidor Trilogy 43.3
    • Goodlund Trilogy 43.4
    • New Adventures 43.5
    • Suncatcher Trilogy 43.6
    • Trinistyr Trilogy 43.7
  • Related stories 44
  • References 45

Adventures in Krynn

  • Tales of Uncle Trapspringer (November 1997), by Dixie Lee McKeone, (ISBN 0-7869-0775-4)

Anthologies

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

Tales II

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).

Dragons Anthologies

Tales of the Fifth Age

Tales/Dragons from the War of Souls/World of Krynn

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

Further Dragons Anthologies

Best Of Anthologies

Anvil of Time

  • The Sellsword (April 2008), by Cam Banks, (ISBN 0-7869-4722-5)
  • The Survivors (November 2008), by Dan Willis, (ISBN 0-7869-4723-3)
  • Renegade Wizards (March 2009), by Lucien Soulban, (ISBN 0-7869-5065-X)
  • The Forest King (June 2009), by Paul B. Thompson, (ISBN 0-7869-5123-0)

Age of Mortals

Barbarians

  • Children of the Plains (September 2000), by Tonya C. Cook and Paul B. Thompson, (ISBN 0-7869-1391-6)
  • Brother of the Dragon (August 2001), by Tonya C. Cook and Paul B. Thompson, (ISBN 978-0-7869-1873-7)
  • Sister of the Sword (May 2002), by Tonya C. Cook and Paul B. Thompson, (ISBN 0-7869-2789-5)

Bertrem's Guide

Bridges of Time

Champions

  • Saving Solace (January 2006), by Douglas W. Clark, (ISBN 0-7869-3977-X)
  • The Alien Sea (August 2006), by Lucien Soulban, (ISBN 0-7869-4082-4), Note: Continues the short story Song of the Mother from Dragons of Time.
  • The Great White Wyrm (March 2007), by Peter Archer, (ISBN 0-7869-4260-6)
  • Protecting Palanthas (October 2007), by Douglas W. Clark, (ISBN 0-7869-4808-6)

Chaos War

  • The Doom Brigade (HC: November 1996, PB: March 1998), by Margaret Weis and Don Perrin, (ISBN 0-7869-0785-1), Note: In 2003 re-released as Volume One of the Kang's Regiment Duology.
  • The Last Thane (June 1998), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-1172-7)
  • Tears of the Night Sky (October 1998), by Linda P. Baker and Nancy Varian Berberick, (ISBN 0-7869-1185-9)
  • The Puppet King (February 1999), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 978-0-7869-1324-4)
  • Reavers of the Blood Sea (May 1999), by Richard A. Knaak, (ISBN 0-7869-1345-2)
  • The Siege of Mt. Nevermind (September 1999), by Fergus Ryan, (ISBN 0-7869-1381-9)

Chronicles

The Chronicles Trilogy

New editions:

The Second Generation

The Lost Chronicles Trilogy

Young Adult Chronicles

Note: 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

Crossroads

  • The Clandestine Circle (July 2000), by Mary H. Herbert, (ISBN 0-7869-1610-9), Note: The story of Linsha Majere continues in The Linsha Trilogy and the short story The Eight from Dragons of Time.
  • The Thieves' Guild (December 2000), by Jeff Crook, (ISBN 0-7869-1681-8)
  • Dragon's Bluff (July 2001), by Mary H. Herbert, (ISBN 0-7869-1877-2)
  • The Dragon Isles (December 2002), by Stephen D. Sullivan, (ISBN 0-7869-2827-1)
  • The Middle of Nowhere (July 2003), by Paul B. Thompson, (ISBN 0-7869-3061-6)

Dark Disciple

Defenders of Magic

  • Night of the Eye (April 1994), by Mary Kirchoff, (ISBN 1-56076-840-1)
  • The Medusa Plague (October 1994), by Mary Kirchoff, (ISBN 1-56076-905-X)
  • The Seventh Sentinel (August 1995), by Mary Kirchoff, (ISBN 0-7869-0117-9)

Dhamon Saga

Note: Continues the story of Dhamon Grimwulf from the Dragons of a New Age series. The story is continued in The Lake of Death.

  • Downfall (March 2001), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-1814-4)
  • Betrayal (April 2002), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-2718-6)
  • Redemption (October 2003), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-3006-3)

Dragons of a New Age

Note: The story of Dhamon Grimwulf, one of the main antagonists of these novels, is continued in The Dhamon Saga and The Lake of Death.

  • The Dawning of a New Age (September 1996), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-2842-5)
  • The Day of the Tempest (August 1997), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-2857-3)
  • The Eve of the Maelstrom (February 1998), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-2860-3)

Dwarf Home

  • The Secret of Pax Tharkas (November 2007), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-4789-6)
  • Heir of Kayolin (October 2008), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-5003-X)
  • The Fate of Thorbardin (January 2010), by Douglas Niles (ISBN 978-0-7869-5150-5)

Dwarven Nations

  • Covenant of the Forge (February 1993), by Dan Parkinson, (ISBN 1-56076-558-5)
  • Hammer and Axe (July 1993), by Dan Parkinson, (ISBN 1-56076-627-1)
  • The Swordsheath Scroll (January 1994), by Dan Parkinson, (ISBN 1-56076-686-7)

Elven Exiles

Elven Nations

Ergoth

Heroes

Heroes II

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

Kang's Regiment

Note: The antagonists of Kang's Regiment were 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

Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home

Legends

New editions:

Linsha

Note: Continues the story of Linsha Majere from The Clandestine Circle. Continued in the short story The Eight from Dragons of Time.

  • City of the Lost (August 2003), by Mary H. Herbert, (ISBN 0-7869-2986-3)
  • Flight of the Fallen (September 2004), by Mary H. Herbert, (ISBN 0-7869-3245-7)
  • Return of the Exile (February 2005), by Mary H. Herbert, (ISBN 0-7869-3628-2)

Lost Histories

Lost Legends

  • Vinas Solamnus (August 1997), by J. Robert King, (ISBN 0-7869-0787-8)
  • Fistandantilus Reborn (October 1997), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-0708-8)
  • Tales of Uncle Trapspringer (November 1997), by Dixie Lee McKeone, (ISBN 978-0786907755)

Meetings Sextet

Minotaur Wars

Odyssey of Gilthanas

Ogre Titans

Preludes

Preludes II

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).

Raistlin Chronicles

Rise of Solamnia

  • Lord of the Rose (March 2005), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-3146-9)
  • The Crown and the Sword (June 2006), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-3788-2)
  • The Measure and the Truth (January 2007), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 0-7869-4247-9)

The Stonetellers

  • The Rebellion (August 2007), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-4280-0)
  • Death March (August 2008), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-4917-1)
  • Goblin Nation (October 6, 2009), by Jean Rabe, (ISBN 0-7869-5153-2)

Taladas

Villains

  • Before the Mask (April 1993), by Michael Williams and Teri Williams, (ISBN 1-56076-583-6)
  • The Black Wing (September 1993), by Mary Kirchoff, (ISBN 1-56076-650-6)
  • Emperor of Ansalon (December 1993), by Douglas Niles, (ISBN 1-56076-680-8)
  • Hederick the Theocrat (February 1994), by Ellen Dodge Severson, (ISBN 1-56076-817-7)
  • Lord Toede (July 1994), by Jeff Grubb, (ISBN 1-56076-870-3)
  • The Dark Queen (December 1994), by Michael Williams and Teri Williams, (ISBN 1-56076-925-4)

The War of Souls

The Warriors

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.

  • Knights of the Crown (March 1995), by Roland J. Green, (ISBN 0-7869-0108-X)
  • Maquesta Kar-Thon (July 1995), by Tina Daniell, (ISBN 0-7869-0134-9)
  • Knights of the Sword (December 1995), by Roland J. Green, (ISBN 0-7869-0202-7)
  • Theros Ironfeld (March 1996), by Don Perrin, (ISBN 978-0-7869-0481-5)
  • Knights of the Rose (July 1996), by Roland J. Green, (ISBN 0-7869-0502-6)
  • Lord Soth (December 1996), by Edo Van Belkom, (ISBN 0-7869-0519-0)
  • The Wayward Knights (October 1997), by Roland J. Green, (ISBN 0-7869-0696-0)

Young Adult Readers Novels

Young Adult Chronicles

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

Elements

  • Pillar of Flame (January 2007), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 0-7869-4248-7)
  • Queen of the Sea (July 2007), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 0-7869-4281-9)
  • Tempest's Vow (April 2008), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 0-7869-4796-9)

Elidor Trilogy

  • Crown of Thieves (November 2005), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 0-7869-3833-1)
  • The Crystal Chalice (March 2006), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 978-0-7869-3994-7)
  • City of Fortune (July 2006), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 0-7869-4026-3)

Goodlund Trilogy

  • Warrior's Heart (November 2006), by Stephen D. Sullivan, (ISBN 0-7869-4187-1)
  • Warrior's Blood (May 2007), by Stephen D. Sullivan, (ISBN 0-7869-4300-9)
  • Warrior's Bones (November 2007), by Stephen D. Sullivan, (ISBN 0-7869-4268-1)

New Adventures

  • Temple of the Dragonslayer (July 2004), by Tim Waggoner, (ISBN 0-7869-3321-6)
  • The Dying Kingdom (July 2004), by Stephen D. Sullivan, (ISBN 0-7869-3324-0)
  • The Dragon Well (September 2004), by Dan Willis, (ISBN 0-7869-3354-2)
  • Return of the Sorceress (November 2004), by Tim Waggoner, (ISBN 0-7869-3385-2)
  • Dragon Sword (January 2005), by Ree Soesbee, (ISBN 0-7869-3578-2)
  • Dragon Day (March 2005), by Stan Brown, (ISBN 0-7869-3622-3)
  • Dragon Knight (May 2005), by Dan Willis, (ISBN 0-7869-3735-1)
  • Dragon Spell (July 2005), by Jeff Sampson, (ISBN 0-7869-3744-0)

Suncatcher Trilogy

  • The Wayward Wizard (September 2006), by Jeff Sampson, (ISBN 0-7869-4163-4)
  • The Ebony Eye (March 2007), by Jeff Sampson, (ISBN 978-0-7869-4255-8)
  • The Stolen Sun (September 2007), by Jeff Sampson, (ISBN 0-7869-4291-6)

Trinistyr Trilogy

  • Wizard's Curse (October 2005), by Christina Woods, (ISBN 0-7869-3794-7)
  • Wizard's Betrayal (January 2006), by Jeff Samspon, (ISBN 0-7869-3993-1)
  • Wizard's Return (May 2006), by Dan Willis, (ISBN 0-7869-4025-5)

Related stories

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.

  • Knight of the Black Rose (December 1991), by James Lowder, (ISBN 1-56076-156-3)
  • Spectre of the Black Rose (March 1999), by James Lowder and Voronica Whitney-Robinson, (ISBN 0-7869-1333-9)

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.

  • Beyond the Moons by David Cook, (July, 1991) (ISBN 1-56076-153-9)

References

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