Dragonlance Nexus News Issue #34: 6/15/2003
WELCOME TO THE INN
Greetings, friend and fellow companions, and welcome back to another exciting issue of the Dragonlance News. I must apologize for the delay in this newsletter. Real Life has been exceedingly busy of late. Luckily this monster has been banished, if only for the time being.
There are several exciting things in the works for Dragonlance right now, as we head into the final months just before the DLCS release.
So grab your hoopaks my friends, and step into the Nexus. The portal to adventure awaits!
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!
All of us at Dragonlance.com and the Dragonlance Nexus would like to wish all the fathers out there a very happy Father's Day!
NIGHT OF BLOOD
Night of Blood, the first novel in the Minotaur Wars trilogy by Richard Knaak, is now available for purchase off of Amazon.com. There have been some reports that the novel is already on shelves, although prior reports said that the book wouldn't be out until June 17.
The Minotaur Wars trilogy takes readers from just prior to the War of Souls onward to the future. Included is a detailed history of the minotaur empire.
I don't want to give too much away, but I will say that this novel is well worth picking up.
SOVEREIGN PRESS INTERVIEW!
This is it! This is THE interview that you've been waiting for! Dragonlance.com has recently sat down with Jamie Chambers and Chris Coyle from Sovereign Press. There's tons of info on the Dragonlance Campaign Setting, the Age of Mortals companion book, and we also get a glimpse of products to come. A few secrets are revealed as well, so have a look!
Check it out: Sovereign Press Interview
BESTIARY OF KRYNN AUTHORS NAMED
It is with great pride that I announce that the authors of the upcoming Bestiary of Krynn are none other than the Whitestone Council's own Cam Banks and André La Roche! I've worked with these two gentlemen for the past two years, and they are two of the greatest talents in the business. Congrats to Cam and André!
DRAGONLANCE GRAPHIC NOVEL
Roaring Studios has announced that they have the licensing rights from Hasbro/Wizards of the Coast to produce Dragonlance graphic novels. The first of these is none other than The Legend of Huma, by Richard Knaak. Check out this preview pic of Kaz!
UNTIL NEXT TIME
I find it absolutely amazing how much activity is going on with the Dragonlance setting these days. We're in the final month-and-a-half before the release of the DLCS and the Age of Mortals supplements. The novels are moving in a new direction for the world, taking us on amazing journeys and adventures.
Long Live the Lance!