4 edition of The Soulforge (Prequel) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Soundelux Audio Pub|
|Publishers||Soundelux Audio Pub|
|LC Classifications||December 14, 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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Misleading term for two books, methinks. What a shame those clowns at Wizards aren't publishing any new Dragonlance material, the story needs to continue!
The Soulforge: Raistlin Chronicles vol. The army of dead souls marches toward conquest, led by the mystical warrior Mina, who serves the powerful One God. I just re-read the Chronicles Triology, and they blew my mind. There's a quote for this one. When Raistlin spoke out against Judith's claims, the woman made to attack him. It burst harmlessly, its effects dissipated, showering him with sparks and globs of flame that struck his hands and astonished face and then vanished in a sizzle, as if they were falling into standing water.
There are also ongoing references The Soulforge (Prequel) the gathering troubles of the Chronicles which adds nicely to the atmosphere and also weaves it in to make it all relevant. The fact that Raistlin keeps his presence hidden even from his brother and friends cloaked in his invisibility spell makes his good-bye more moving since it is unnecessary and therefore more personal.
And at Derek's side hovers the powerful, shadowy presence of his lost love, Lady Maigrey.
Best Sellers Rank: 222,143 in Books• We finally get a clear understanding of why Raisltin does what he does, which adds depth to his character in The Chronicles but also in the Legends trilogy, where we get more backstory about Raistlin and Fistandantilus.
Was it deemed a success or failure by General Ariakas? The fate of the world hangs in the balance.