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DL11: Dragons of Glory

DL11: Dragons of Glory

by Douglas Niles & Tracy Hickman
DL - Dragonlance Modules, Volume 11


Description:

Across the world of Krynn, the armies of light and darkness clash in titanic struggle. Now the vast forces of the High Solamnic Knights and the Dragon Highlords are yours to command. "Dragons of Glory" puts you and your players in charge of all the armies of Krynn.

In excerpts from his war journals, Lord Gunthar Uth Wistan, Commander of the Solamnic Knights, discusses the general course of the war and several major battles of the time. Each battle discussion ends with the set up and victory conditions that will enable you to control the course of the War of the Lance.

"Dragons of Glory" is a complete strategic simulation game requiring no other rules to play. Yet it is also an invaluable tool for the game master as it can add more excitement to DRAGONLANCE campaigns. "Dragons of Glory" includes a huge two-piece, full-color map of the continent of Ansalon, nearly 400 counters representing both the Whitestone and the Dragon Highlord forces, a 16-page scenario book with Gunthar's memoirs, and an eight-page rules book.

Detailed Information:

  • Publisher: TSR/Wizards of the Coast
  • Catalog #: 9144
  • ISBN: 0880380942
  • Type: Game Book
  • Print Edition: 1st
  • Status: Out of Print
  • Pub. Date: Feb 1986
  • Pages: Unknown or n/a
  • Timeline: 351 AC
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