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Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Edition: Dragonlance

Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Edition: Dragonlance

Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Edition: Dragonlance Boxed Set ). Harold Johnson, John Terra

Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Edition: Dragonlance Boxed Set )


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Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Edition: Dragonlance Boxed Set ) Harold Johnson, John Terra
Publisher: TSR




Characters are at their most customizable thanks to the . A major overhaul of the entire rules set, 3rd edition cleared off the crust that had accumulated around 2nd and unified a scattered assortment of rules and procedures into something more coherent. Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Edition: Dragonlance ) [BOX SET. For example, the original 'Heroes of the Lance' consisted of such a generic Tabletop RPG party that they could easily be renamed according to their Character Classes — if it weren't for the fact that each character is given a strong and distinct personality, detailed backstory, and oodles All There in the Manual: It is a book series of course, but there is tons of information about the world in the various Dungeons & Dragons supplements across all editions that is not found in the novels. Book Type: Mass Market Paperback Other Versions: Members who requested this book also requested: There's romance, action, betrayal, intriguegood stuff for anyone wanting to try Dragon Lance without buying the whole set. €�World Book of Ansalon” that came with the AD&D 2nd ed. This was actually the first AD&D campaign setting I used with the Tales of the Lance boxed set. The main things it seems to be missing are details of non-standard weapons and equipment (kender in particular), information on famous heroes and NPCs from previous editions of Dragonlance campaign setting(sections on the Wizards of High Sorcery being a good example, ripped from the Tales of the Lance boxed set, and from the AD&D 1st Ed campaign setting as well IIRC). The most major difference would probably be Tolkien preferred to imply the influence of Providence, while in Dragon Lance the intervention of deities tends to be much more explicit. Reviews of 'Dragonlance Classics 15th Anniversary Edition' by Steve Miller & Steven 'Stan!'.