The Magic of Krynn
Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
"No! No! Please don't leave!" cried Tasslehoff Burrfoot and, before
we could stop him, the kender grabbed hold of our magical device that
would have transported us out of Krynn and ran off with it down the
So here we are, back again, ready for more adventures. If you are
one of our long-time fellow travelers, we welcome you along. If you
have never journeyed with us through the DRAGONLANCE worlds, we hope
this anthology will serve as an interesting and exciting introduction.
A favorite fantasy theme is magic and those who practice it. In
these pages, you will find tales of the magic of Krynn. Some were
written by us, some written by old friends, and some written by new
friends we've met along the way.
Riverwind and the Crystal Staff is a narrative poem that describes
a haunting search for a magical artifact. A Stone's Throw Away is the
story of that irrepressible kender, Tassle- hoff Burrfoot, and his
comic, perilous adventure of the tele- porting ring.
The Blood Sea Monster tells about "the one that got away." Dreams
of Darkness, Dreams of Light recounts the tale of Pig-Face William and
the magical coin.
Otik the innkeeper has unusual problems in Love and Ale. The young
mage, Raistlin, faces danger in the Tower of High Sorcery in The Test
of the Twins