A memorable passage from The Art of the Dragonlance Saga explains the saga's birth in 1984:
"The god who began to envision the possibility of this world in his mind was the God of Marketing. This god ascended from his mighty throne one day in early 1983 and announced that he had done a survey. And, according to the survey, people who played the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS? game wanted more dragons."... [click here for more]
1 Waiting For 222 by Christopher Perkins The time has come to say farewell, but not goodbye.
2 Lowdown in Highport by Thomas M. Reid Evil slavers have taken Highport, and getting in and out of town undetected will be no simple matter. This 1st Edition AD&D adventure for characters of levels 3–5 includes a 4th Edition D&D conversion appendix.
28 Vainglorious by Daniel Helmick... [click here for more]