How's your Dragonlance doing?
In the last years, it seems the forum got ever more silent. Is it that people aren't playing a lot of Dragonlance anymore? Or (possibly tied with the previous question) the official lack of support for the last two editions has sort of "killed" the setting?
Personally, I know I'd like to play more Dragonlance. I finished a year long campaign last year (based on the Champions of Krynn storyline; started with C&C, moved to D&D 3.0 later.) I hope to pick the same characters later this year (not sure we'll go with 3.0; if I had my way, I'd try 13th Age). And I'd like to run the Key of Destiny campaign. And the Heroes of a New Age campaign as well. So...potentially lots of Dragonlance on the plate, the only missing thing is time :(
I'd like 5e to support the setting (through a SCAG-like book) but I am not a big 5e fan, so that's not affecting my choices very much.
It is the spirit of the game, not the letter of the rules, which is important. Never hold to the letter written, nor allow some barracks room lawyer to force quotations from the rule book upon you [...] YOU ARE CREATOR AND FINAL ARBITER.
E. G. Gygax, Dungeon Masters Guide, 1979.