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    Kender_King Guest

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    Does anyone know how many DragonLance Graphic Novels there were? I think there were six, but I'm not sure. I also believe that the project was never finished. Is this correct?

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    Close but no cigar.

    Indeed the project was never finished. And there were only five graphic novels ever produced. The first four were mass-produced, but the fifth only had a limited run and is supposedly really hard to find. (I had no problem getting one a few years back..but most folks seem to have trouble finding them)


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    Yep I found the first four for less than $20.And being the fan boy I am I paid $60 for vol 5

    Ben
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    OMG! I wouldn't pay $60 for the ENTIRE SET!!! I just bought one of them for 7.50 the other day. My collections continues to grow (rather slowly, I might add.)

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    I would pay $20+ for #5. It's the only one I am missing out of the entire collection. I paid $45 for The Atlas of the Dragonlance World, so why not?

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    same here, though i only paid 8 bucks for my DL atlas (super lucky find, let me tell ya)

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    I guess I should know this but, why is the DL Atlas so special?

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    Basically it collected all the maps from the original DL modules plus some. It was really handy if you were running a WotL campaign. Xak Tsaroth, Pax Tharkas, the High Clerist's Tower, and even a flying citadel (which I forgot was in there until yesterday thanks to the friendly folks in this forum) were all in the book. Plus overland maps and such. Really great book. I managed to get mine from a gaming store with used books, got it for fifteen bucks in decent condition. Heck of a deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightweasel
    Basically it collected all the maps from the original DL modules plus some. It was really handy if you were running a WotL campaign. Xak Tsaroth, Pax Tharkas, the High Clerist's Tower, and even a flying citadel (which I forgot was in there until yesterday thanks to the friendly folks in this forum) were all in the book. Plus overland maps and such. Really great book. I managed to get mine from a gaming store with used books, got it for fifteen bucks in decent condition. Heck of a deal!
    I picked up mine from a used book store for $15.0o CDN. It's printed in a language I can not understand (Spanish I think). Still, the pictures are cool to look at

    Back to the graphic novels - I would pay 60.00 for the entire set. I've never actually seen one as yet in my many visits to the comic book and use book stores.

    --Darlaten

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    I found Graphic Novel #5 for 10.50 the other day! From what you all have said I consider that quite a bargain. Now I only need #1 and #2! YAY!

    PS: I'm celebrating my 100th post!

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