Dragonlance playtest materials released for Dungeons & Dragons
Rumors that the Dragonlance setting will return in Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition
Were all but confirmed on Tuesday when publisher Wizards of the Coast released a new test pack. called Unearthed Arcana: Heroes of Krynn The bundle includes one new race, one new subclass, several new backgrounds, and a set of related skills.
The Heroes of Krynn Pack is free to download. It includes the rules for creating a kinder, Krynn’s version of the classic halfling race. It also includes rules for the Lunar Magic sorcerer subclass. The two new backgrounds, Knight of Solamnia and Mage of High Sorcery, also fit the story of Dragonlance. Wizards have indicated that, like all playtest material, these rules “are presented as drafts that can be used in your D&D campaign, but are not finalized when the game is finalized.”
Originally created by Laura Hickman and Tracey Hickman while traveling across the country,
The Dragonlance setting became a key product line for original D&D publisher TSR throughout the 1980s and 1990s. But most Dragonlance fanciers live agreeably learned for a string of books penned by Tracey Hickman and Margaret Weiss that started in 1984 with Dragons of Autumn Twilight. Release date of the first book Dragons of Deceptionset for August 9th.
Scuttlebutt holds it that this is not the foremost element of the old range to be supplied for 5th Edition. Late last year, Wizards released another Unearthed Arcana set that hints at the return of the beloved Spelljammer setting.