Essential D20 DL material?



May 01, 2007 12:23:58
My FLGS had a sale this weeked so I decided to expand on my d20 DL collection.

I now have:
*The Dragonlance Campaign Setting
* Age of Mortals (Signed by Margaret Weis, yay!)
* War of the Lance
* Holy Order of the Stars
* Knightly Orders of Ansalon

Any thoughts on which books I need to get next? I guess there's a Beastiary out there that I am still looking for.

I was thinking I should make a move to get these books before the lisence is ended and the books end up OOP. I don't know if they will be available as pfs later on, will they?



May 01, 2007 13:55:30
You will need the Towers of High Sorcery, the Legends of the Twins, the REVISED Bestiary. The DL DM Screen is also nice, even though the booklet is reproduced in the REVISED Bestiary. Dragons of Autumn and the Age of Mortals modules are also great to have.


May 01, 2007 14:43:42
The DL DM Screen is also nice, even though the booklet is reproduced in the REVISED Bestiary.

To clarify, only part of the DM's Screen 32-page booklet is reproduced in the Revised Bestiary - the part that was originally going to go into the Bestiary's first printing but was cut for space.

The racial weapons in the DM's Screen booklet have been expanded and revised for Races of Ansalon, which is in final layout at the moment (tweaked a few things in there this morning.)



May 01, 2007 20:13:21


May 02, 2007 12:53:19
Thanks for the responses guys! I will keep these suggestions in mind when I go looking for more DL stuff. The Revised Beastiary sounds particularly interesting.




May 03, 2007 8:20:39
Speaking of, I've been thinking about it, and i think i want to get a campaign book. Do you think Dragons of Autumn would be a good place to start?


May 03, 2007 11:03:28
Yes, the only problem is that you have to start the players off, in the module about 5th or 6th level, so you might want to do that or start them off at first and then bring them along into the module.


May 03, 2007 14:30:56
Thanks! Once I get it, I'll send up a post that more or less says, "Now what?" But don't worry about answering that now.


May 03, 2007 14:33:22
Please be sure to let us know how you are doing in the group in the interim.