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Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of The layout of the book is far from brilliant, and it hurts many of the images, which are too small, or too constrained by framing. It would seem there was some intention to start monster entries at the start of a page, yet there are entries that leak to the next page by only one to four lines of text Join Date Apr Posts Bestiary of Krynn I just now picked this up, and I know it’s been out for a couple weeks now, but I wanted to say something about it because it’s kind of exciting to me.

Dragonlance: Bestiary of Krynn

As a dragonkance time, hard core, dragonlance fan, I was scared of this product. Honestly, I did not believe anyone could add enough to the setting to fill a book and not screw with the setting. Dragonlance is a closed world, and in order to maintain it’s “dragonlanciness”, most DL fans want it as closed as possible. It’s a low to moderate magic setting where a tad too much magic throws off the feel, a tad too fantastical of a monster does as well.


Dragonlance creatures are fantasy, of course, but they tend to kryynn stretch so far So I purchased this book with trepidition. The book is effectively pages, though the dreaded Dragonlance margins remain.

The artwork is good in places and average in others, and it’s kept to a relative minimum among Monster collections, making up some of the ground that the margins lost. The good parts, though Cam Banks and Andre LaRoche have done an exceptional job of adding a ton of new creatures to the DL setting without upsetting the feel of the campaign a bit.

Many of the monsters we’ve been waiting for are present In all, there are about 65 or so creatures, depending on how you count them, plus 5 prestige classes, 26 random encounter tables, a 1 page map of the entirety of Ansalon finally, was hoping for a poster map, but this is a startand rules covering how well monsterous races are accepted into normal human society.

A side note, the pages seem to be of a higher gloss than usual.

I’m finding this book unusually virbant and easy to read. Let me dragpnlance this: I don’t expect non-Dragonlance fans too look as favorably on this book as Dragonlance fans. DL is very much it’s own setting in terms of flavor, and we tend to like it the way it is. Many of us disdain Greyhawk and Forgotten Realms for being over-the-top to a certain extent. It’s a good monster book. Not sure it’s the best but a must get for DL fans, no doubt.


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THanks for the review. You might want to put it in the Reviews section. Originally Posted by johnsemlak. Join Date May Location St. I agree, its a great resource for any Dragonlance game.

Bestiary of Krynn

The Daemon Warrior artwork, though, that was really nice. Originally Posted by adembroski3. Originally Posted by DragonLancer.

I’m going to add this to another of my must purchase list. I picked it up because a lot of art is by a friend of mine. The book is really pretty. But I’m still happy to have it. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. Monday, 5th January, Tuesday, 27th March, Friday, 24th November, Monday, 21st June, Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, Reset Fields Log in.