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Dragons of Autumn

 * '''Published:''' 6th September 2006
 * '''Publisher:''' Sovereign Press
 * '''Author:''' Michael Dobson, Tracy Hickman, Harold Johnson, Sean Macdonald, Douglas Niles, Clark Valentine.
 * '''Format:''' 172 page softback
 * '''Rules:''' D&D 3.5 Edition
 * '''Margaret Weis Productions (via Wayback Machine):'''
   * [[|Product page]]
 * '''Product:'''
   * [[|Dragonlance Nexus]]
   * [[|Dragonlance Nexus]]
   * [[|RPG Geek]]
   * [[|RPG Net]]
   * [[wp>List_of_Dragonlance_modules_and_sourcebooks#Dragons_of_Autumn|Wikipedia]]
 * '''Other:'''
   * [[|Dragonlance Forums: ''Dragons of Autumn'' errata]]

The original Dragonlance adventure modules from TSR, Inc. introduced some revolutionary concepts in the game industry. Never before had the D&D rules been used to tell an epic fantasy tale using full-realized pre-generated characters. It was also the first time that roleplaying adventures would match a story being told in fantasy novels on mass-market shelves. Since Sovereign Press began publishing Dragonlance game produts for the revised d20 System, the most often-asked question from fans is “When do we get to see the original modules?”

By popular demand, we are presenting all-new versions of the classic adventures. The first in the trilogy, Dragons of Autumn, goes back to the roots of the War of the Lance. The heroes explore the ruined city of Xak Tsaroth in search of the “greatest gift” given to mortals, then infiltrate the fortress of Pax Tharkas, find safety for hundreds of displaced refugees, and finally find the hidden gates to the dwarven kingdom of Thorbardin.

The adventures are being completely revised, drawing on twenty years of Dragonlance history, incorporating material most recently featured in the Silver Anniversary edition of the adventures. They will include new character statistics featuring the popular Heroes of the Lance.

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