Free eBook Oath of Nerull (Dungeons Dragons Novel) download
by T.H. Lain
Author: T.H. Lain
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (September 1, 2002)
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Lain was a collective pseudonym used by nine separate authors writing under Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons novels imprint.
Lain was a collective pseudonym used by nine separate authors writing under Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons novels imprint. Lain was a collective pseudonym used by nine separate authors writing under Wizards of the Coast's.
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2003) (A book in the Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms series) A novel by T H Lain. Used availability for T H Lain's Oath of Nerull. The wizard or sorcerer who wins the well-known Duel Arcane will be awarded the Golden Wand, a magical device that holds incredible power. Magic users come from far and wide to compete in the contest.
Not all the time, but having a set of shorter books to quickly run through is great. This book (and all the rest of . Lain's stuff) fits the bill. While not the best in the series, I enjoyed the character development and the smooth story line. If you like hero type stuff, especially anti-hero, this is worth a couple of bucks.
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Book in the Dungeons & Dragons Iconic Series Series).
Dungeons & Dragons novels are works of fantasy fiction that are based upon campaign settings released for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. The first novel based on the Dungeons & Dragons game was Quag Keep (1978) by Andre Norton. Based upon Norton's first experience at playing the Dungeons & Dragons game, it told the story of seven gamers who were drawn into a fantasy setting. The sequel, Return to Quag Keep (2006), was published after Norton had died in 2005.
Main article: Dungeons & Dragons (novels). Quag Keep (DAW Books, 1979), the first published novel to be set in a specific D&D campaign setting. Oath of Nerull (September 2002), by T. Lain
Main article: Dungeons & Dragons (novels). Several hundred novels have been published based upon Dungeons & Dragons. Fantasy Grand Master Andre Norton's novel Quag Keep, published in 1979, was set in Greyhawk, making it the first novel to use a D&D campaign setting. Lain, (ISBN 0-7869-2851-4). City of Fire (November 2002), by T. Lain, (ISBN 0-7869-2854-9). The Bloody Eye (January 2003), by T. Lain, (ISBN 0-7869-2917-0). Treachery's Wake (March 2003), by T. Lain