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Dragonlance Nexus RSS Feeds

The Dragonlance Nexus provides many RSS feeds that will allow you to easily subscribe to the latest news, product, and fan content updates to the site. In addition, owners of Dragonlance-related web sites can syndicate our news on their web sites.

Dragonlance News
Dragonlance Nexus News
The Palanthas Herald
Dragonlance Lexicon
Dragonlance Lexicon
Fan Art, Rules, & User Content
Fan Artwork
Fan Gaming Rules
Fan Gaming Rules: Adventure Hooks
Fan Gaming Rules: Modules
Fan Gaming Rules: Characters & NPCs
Fan Music
Fan Recipes
Products
New Product Releases
Upcoming Product Releases
Product Reviews
Online Community
Dragonlance Forums: New Posts

For more information on RSS, Yahoo! has an excellent FAQ that explains how it works and how you can use it.

Nexus RSS Feeds on Your Site

Anyone can use our RSS feeds for personal use with your own RSS reader. For those who wish to syndicate our RSS feeds on your own web site—we encourage you to do so, but your usage of the feeds is subject to the following guidelines:

  1. You must attribute the feed to the Nexus in a visible way, immediately above or below the content of the RSS feed displayed on your site. The appropriate text badge and link to the appropriate section of the Nexus is provided within the RSS feed itself; that is an acceptable choice for providing a link back to us.
  2. You may publish the full content/description of any item that is provided in the RSS feed, but you may not publish the full contents of any linked article, page, feature, etc. that resides on our servers. Additionally, if you use one of the fan content feeds, you must also include the 'by line' that includes the name of the primary author or artist.
  3. We reserve the right to modify or discontinue the RSS feed at any time, and we also reserve the right to require you to cease distributing Nexus RSS content at any time and for any reason.

Basically, use our feeds and have fun, but make sure to let people know what the source is for the content! (For more information on RSS, you can read the RSS Specification.)