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    Were there any kits specifically made for the Dragonlance setting back in the days of 2nd Edition? If so, does anyone know where to find them?
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    I only know of one cleric kit (the Mystic) which appeared in a Dragon Annual (can't recall which one.) The article was written by Steve Kenson.
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    Tales of the Lance boxed set. I think they considered the Krynnish classes to be kits of sorts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonhelm View Post
    Tales of the Lance boxed set. I think they considered the Krynnish classes to be kits of sorts.
    I had a lot of fun playing my Prestidigitator from Tales of the Lance.

    Also, this was the origin of the Mariner class, I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonhelm View Post
    Tales of the Lance boxed set. I think they considered the Krynnish classes to be kits of sorts.
    Right, completely forgot about them! It wasn't really clear that kits were used, some were actually kits from the Complete Fighter for example, but others were classes or subclasses. We were pretty much unimpressed.
    On the other hand, as Falconer notes, Time of the Dragon had kits, and they were brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconer View Post
    Time of the Dragon has kits.
    Follow up question then. Time of the Dragon is mostly about Taladas, right? Does that mean the kits found in it are also Taladas based?
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