Formerly from Wikipedia, circa 2006-7,
A fanwank is [...] an attempt by fans of a work of fiction to explain or justify plot holes or continuity errors, often through convoluted contrivances...
With regard to the trilogies, it advances something like this:
CONCURRENT WITH WOS
Minotaur Wars - Knaak
Linsha - Herbert
Dark Disciple - Weis
Ogre Titans - Knaak
Taladas - Pierson
Elven Exiles - Thompson/Cook
Rise of Solamnia - Niles
Stonetellers - Rabe
Dwarf Home - Niles
Probably only Dark Disciple and maybe Elven Exiles are “essential,” and otherwise you should just read whatever you’re into. Rise of Solamnia is pretty major, too, but it’s hard to take it seriously because it flies in the face of SO much canon and invents so many contradictory things that it’s probably ultimately best to ignore. Taladas was definitely my favorite of all this material, but, sadly, that’s not saying much.
So you've read all the core books in Dragonlance
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I would read Chronicles and legends first. I would then read Raistlin Chronicles and the Lost Chronicles in that order.
I would then read the first series of Tales books. Especially the short stories about Palin's test and Raistlin's love life. Then the Second Generation and Dragons of Summer Flame. If you read it like this, then the War of Souls is going to be a lot more meaningful to you.