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Dragons of Summer Flame

Dragonlance: Chronicles, Book 4
Sprecher: Paul Boehmer
Spieldauer: 25 Std. und 40 Min.
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Summer has come to Krynn, a summer unlike any before. The sun bears down on land and sea, searing the world with relentless light and heat. Clouds and rain are nowhere to be found, and even the darkness of night brings little relief from the strange and oppressive day.

Meanwhile, those who commune regularly with their gods are uneasy. Every day, their deities become more distant, more difficult to reach. Clerics' prayers go unanswered, and magic goes awry. As the tension on Ansalon builds, estranged cousins Palin Majere and Steel Brightblade search for an explanation. It soon becomes evident that more than just magic is at stake.The fate of all Krynn hangs in the balance.

©1995 TSR, Inc., c. 2001 Wizards of the Coast LLC, c. 2011 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Weird summer on Krynn

Next generation of the Dragonlance heroes struggling for its place in history. It is a sequel for the Chronicles and Legends and opening gate to the Age of Mortals. Must read for the Dragonlance fans. if you do not know anything about Dragonlance lot of the things are explained, so you can read it as the first book (it's just one book). Finale of the story remind me several D&D modules from the 90's with all that megalomaniac story lines, 4th book is a bit ridiculous in this, but acceptable. Fun fact is that Dragonlance isn't considered an A class fantasy, but it does contain a lot of elements that for example ASOIAF has, but without description of the excessive brutality, and much more earlier.