LOVE and WAR
Edited by MARGARET WEIS AND TRACY HICKMAN
featuring "Raistlin's Daughter" by Margaret
Weis and Dezra Despain
in association with TSR, Inc.
Fitting it is that the many years of creative work on
the DRAGONLANCER saga should come to a provisory
culmination with this collection of short stories, the most
pleasing and powerful yet. Some of the writers represented
in this volume are veterans of TALES 1 and 2, and certain of
them will continue to write about the world of Krynn in an
exciting series of DRAGONLANCE novels in the
"A Good Knights Tale" by Harold Bakst suitably begins
this volume that has love and war as its theme. Told by a
Knight of Solamnia, it is a tale that involves both love and
war - the warring of passions of a selfish father's heart.
Love is painted in a more tender aspect in "A Painter's
Vision," by Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel, but then what
can you expect when a dragon gets himself involved?
The story of love as sacrifice is recounted, along with
the tale of the undead who haunt Darken Wood, in another
of Nick O'Donohoe's revisionist interpretations of a portion
of DRAGONS OF AUTUMN TWILIGHT