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    Default DL Novel List

    Some of the years may be wrong, but the overall point is to list all of the DL Novels for a total count. This list has 158 novels and excludes the Young Reader, Best of Tales and the crossovers.

    8500 PC
    **Dragons, The

    6320 PC
    **Irda, The

    4017 PC
    **Children of the Plains

    3811 PC
    **Kagonesti, The

    3738 PC
    **Brother of the Dragon

    3723 PC
    **Sister of the Sword

    2750 PC
    **The Forest King

    2692 PC
    **Covenant of the Forge

    2596 PC
    **Hammer and Axe

    2421 PC
    **A Warrior's Journey

    2401 PC
    **Wizard's Fate, The

    2395 PC
    **A Hero's Justice

    2308 PC
    **Firstborn

    2230 PC
    **Swordsheath Scroll, The

    2192 PC
    **Kinslayer Wars, The

    2072 PC
    **Qualinesti, The

    1817 PC
    **Vinas Solamnus

    1793 PC
    **Dargonesti, The

    1020 PC
    **Legend of Huma, The

    1013 PC
    **Kaz the Minotaur

    1010 PC
    **Land of the Minotaurs

    553 PC
    **Messenger, The

    545 PC
    **Golden Orb, The
    **Winterheim

    181 PC
    **Knights of the Crown

    171 PC
    **Knights of the Sword

    161 PC
    **Knights of the Rose

    159 PC
    **Wayward Knights, The

    40 PC
    **Chosen of the Gods

    20 PC
    **Divine Hammer

    5 PC
    **The Dark Queen

    1 PC
    **Fistandantilus Reborn
    **Sacred Fire
    **Reign of Istar, The
    **Lord Soth

    1 AC
    **Cataclysm, The
    **The Survivors

    39 AC
    **War of the Twins

    228 AC
    **Weasel's Luck

    231 AC
    **Galen Beknighted

    248 AC
    **Inheritance, The

    249 AC
    **Kindred Spirits

    292 AC
    **Hederick the Theocrat

    313 AC
    **Before the Mask

    324 AC
    **Theros Ironfeld

    325 AC
    **Black Wing, The
    **Dark Heart

    331 AC
    **Soulforge, The

    332 AC
    **Emperor of Ansalon

    334 AC
    **Wanderlust

    338 AC
    **Tales of Uncle Trapspringer

    339 AC
    **Night of the Eye
    **Oath and the Measure, The
    **Gates of Thorbardin, The

    343 AC
    **Steel and Stone

    344 AC
    **Maquesta Kar-Thon

    345 AC
    **Medusa Plague, The
    **Companions, The

    346 AC
    **Darkness and Light
    **Kendermore
    **Brothers in Arms
    **Love And War
    **Flint the King
    **Tanis The Shadow Years

    348 AC
    **Stormblade
    **Brothers Majere
    **Seventh Sentinel, The

    349 AC
    **Dalamar the Dark

    350 AC
    **Riverwind the Plainsman

    351 AC
    **Dragons of Autumn Twilight
    **Dragons of the Dwarven Depths
    **Dragons of the Highlord Skies

    352 AC
    **Dragons of Winter Night
    **Dragons of Spring Dawning
    **Dragons of the Hourglass Mage
    **To the Gates of Palanthas
    **Gully Dwarves, The
    **Lord Toede

    353 AC
    **Citadel, The
    **Renegade Wizards

    356 AC
    **Time of the Twins

    357 AC
    **Sellsword, The
    **Test of the Twins

    363 AC
    **War of the Lance, The

    371 AC
    **Murder in Tarsis

    378 AC
    **Second Generation, The

    381 AC
    **Magic of Krynn, The
    **Kender, Gully Dwarves, and Gnomes

    382 AC
    **Puppet King, The

    383 AC
    **Doom Brigade, The
    **Last Thane, The
    **Dragons of Summer Flame
    **Tears of the Night Sky
    **Reavers of the Blood Sea
    **Siege of Mt. Nevermind, The

    384 AC (1 SC)
    **Dawning of a New Age, The
    **Draconian Measures

    385 AC (2 SC)
    **Spirit of the Wind

    387 AC (4 SC)
    **Legacy of Steel

    391 AC (8 SC)
    **Silver Stair, The

    392 AC (9 SC)
    **Rose and the Skull, The

    393 AC (10 SC)
    **Relics and Omens
    **Rebels and Tyrants
    **Heroes and Fools
    **Bertrem's Guide to the Age of Mortals
    **Dezra's Quest

    394 AC (11 SC)
    **Odyssey of Gilthanas, The

    414 AC (31 SC)
    **Day of the Tempest, The

    416 AC (33 SC)
    **Eve of the Maelstrom, The

    417 AC (34 SC)
    **Downfall
    **Thieves' Guild, The

    418 AC (35 SC)
    **Night of Blood
    **Betrayal
    **Redemption

    419 AC (36 SC)
    **Clandestine Circle, The
    **Lioness, The
    **Dragon's Bluff
    **Dragon Isles, The

    420 AC (37 SC)
    **Conundrum

    421 AC (38 SC)
    **Players of Gilean, The
    **City of the Lost
    **Search for Magic, The
    **Dragons of a Fallen Sun
    **Bertrem's Guide to the War of Souls, Volume 1
    **Dragons of a Lost Star
    **Search for Power, The
    **Tides of Blood
    **Flight of the Fallen
    **Dragons of a Vanished Moon
    **Dark Thane
    **Bertrem's Guide to the War of Souls, Volume 2
    **Return of the Exile
    **Empire of Blood
    **Prisoner of Haven

    422 AC (39 SC)
    **Amber and Ashes
    **Saving Solace
    **Amber and Iron
    **Alien Sea, The
    **Amber and Blood
    **Wizards' Conclave
    **Middle of Nowhere, The
    **Lake of Death, The

    423 AC (40 SC)
    **Black Talon, The

    424 AC (41 SC)
    **Blades of the Tiger
    **Trail of the Black Wyrm
    **The Fire Rose

    425 AC (42 SC)
    **Lord of the Rose
    **Shadow of the Flame
    **The Gargoyle King

    426 AC (43 SC)
    **Sanctuary
    **Alliances
    **Destiny

    427 AC (44 SC)
    **Crown and the Sword, The
    **Great White Wyrm, The

    429 AC (46 SC)
    **Measure and the Truth, The
    **Protecting Palanthas

    433 AC (50 SC)
    **Secret of Pax Tharkas, The
    **Heir of Kayolin, The
    **The Rebellion
    **Death March
    **Goblin Nation
    **The Fate of Thorbardin

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    You may want to remove To the Gates of Palanthas.

    Consider including Beyond the Moons, as it has the Dragonlance logo on the back.

    I'll look it over again in greater detail when I get home.

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    Beyond the moons is technically a Spell jammer novel.

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    I'm not sure I understand the point of this thread. Why not just look here:

    http://www.dlnexus.com/products/list.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by whistler View Post
    I'm not sure I understand the point of this thread. Why not just look here:

    http://www.dlnexus.com/products/list.aspx
    Well, this discussion actually came as an off-topic discussion from another post. The topic was: how many books are there. 158? or more. Should one include more? A perfect example is the Spelljammer series that starts with Beyond the Moons. It starts off on Krynn. So does it count? Even the nexus list is missing the Spelljammer series.

    Also up for debate is the Forgotten Realms book, Tymora's Luck. it's an FR book, but a kender Emilio Haversack, and a krynn-born spelljammer Jasmine. Would one include Tymora's Luck because it is Krynn-related?
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    Also Dragons: Worlds Afire. No Dragonlance logo (though that might be moot at this point since even the DL series now has the D&D logo and no DL logo), but it contains a unique DL story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weldon Chen View Post
    Well, this discussion actually came as an off-topic discussion from another post. The topic was: how many books are there. 158? or more. Should one include more? A perfect example is the Spelljammer series that starts with Beyond the Moons. It starts off on Krynn. So does it count? Even the nexus list is missing the Spelljammer series.

    Also up for debate is the Forgotten Realms book, Tymora's Luck. it's an FR book, but a kender Emilio Haversack, and a krynn-born spelljammer Jasmine. Would one include Tymora's Luck because it is Krynn-related?
    Yes, but was is the point of the list in the OP? Those are all listed in the nexus. What was the point of reprinting here? I even get the impression from the years remark that the OP may have even generated the list on his own without considering the nexus.

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    I don’t know; why discourage new threads, though? It’s not like there is too much traffic. Why not use the forum as a workshop? Why not get down into the nitty-gritty of a question, if it interests people?

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    Whistler, the point is to determine how many DL novels there are.

    I included the list as that is the only way to compare and get an accurate count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whistler View Post
    Yes, but was is the point of the list in the OP? Those are all listed in the nexus. What was the point of reprinting here? I even get the impression from the years remark that the OP may have even generated the list on his own without considering the nexus.
    Well, I think the OP presented a list from the chronological listing from the nexus:
    http://www.dlnexus.com/products/chronological.aspx

    However, the chronology is incomplete and doesn't match the product's list. Likewise, the product list is missing some things that stand on the edge of what we define as a dragonlance book/novel/anthology.

    So I think he's asking for an update. In my mind, we need to fact check both the chronology and the product list. I once kept a pretty good record of stuff. Falconer has taken over keeping the lists up to date. I've come to the conclusion I'm out of date as I haven't been keeping up with Kindle and Audible audio versions of the novels. So this would be a good chance to revisit all of our sources.
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