Over the coming years I read all Dragonlance books (nearly 80) that were translated into German. Then my family bought a dog and I even suggested a name from the Dragonlance setting for him. The dwarf Flint Fireforge one of the major characters from the "Dragonlance Chronicles". We named our dog Flint.
Dragonlance is still today my favourite D&D setting. It recombines traditional elements of fantasy worlds and creates an epic background for an interesting story. I always liked the idea of gods - or better of the goddess Takhisis - directly interfering in the affairs of the mortals and trying to conquer the world of Krynn by the mighty Dragonarmies. Dragons are cool, Draconians are cool, as well as Flying Citadels, Death Knights and Raistlin Majere.
Years later with the release of the collectible painted D&D miniatures line, many characters and creatures of the setting became available for gamers and collectors. So I build up this force of prepainted 28mm miniatures to field it as a Dragonarmy of Takhisis.
|The avatar of Takhisis - Queen of Darkness and Raistlin Majere.|
|Kapak Draconians led by Aurak Draconian and Sivak Draconian.|
|Lord Soth and his Death Knights.|