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ISBN:
0786935847
Author:
Keith Baker
Category:
Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast (February 1, 2005)
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The City of Towers launches a brand new novel line set in the world of Eberron, Wizards of the Coast’s newest D&D® campaign setting. Author Keith Baker’s proposal for the exciting world of Eberron was chosen from 11.

The City of Towers launches a brand new novel line set in the world of Eberron, Wizards of the Coast’s newest D&D® campaign setting.

THE DREAMING DARK Book One CITY OF TOWERS Book Two THE SHATTERED LAND Book Three THE GATES OF NIGHT.

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Dassi the innkeeper had provided Daine, Pierce, and Lei with a battered deck of cards, and they’d been playing three stones for the length of a bell. He’s an hour late, Lei said, crossing the king. of fire with the alchemist. After a moment’s thought, he picked up the alchemist of fire and replaced it with one of his water cards. Jode’s dealt with Darguuls, Valenar warriors, agents of the Citadel. What are you afraid of?. Well, for a start, most basilisks have two eyes. So who’s got the other one?. Where did he go, anyway?

This article is about the trilogy by Keith Baker. For the shadowy organization on Riedra, see Dreaming Dark. The Dreaming Dark trilogy is Eberron creator Keith Baker's first published novels in the setting.

This article is about the trilogy by Keith Baker. It follows the journeys of the Cyran soldier Daine, artificer and dragonmarked heir Lei d'Cannith, the warforged Pierce, and the halfling healer Jode from their time in the Last War to the Breland city of Sharn, the continent of Xen'drik, and even the outer planes.

Author Keith Baker’s proposal for the exciting world of Eberron was chosen from 11,000 submissions, and he is. .The City of Towers launches a brand new novel line set in the world of Eberron, Wizards of the Coast’s newest D&D® campaign setting

Author Keith Baker’s proposal for the exciting world of Eberron was chosen from 11,000 submissions, and he is the co-author of the Eberron Campaign Setting, the RPG product that launched the setting. The Eberron world will continue to grow through new roleplaying game products, novels, miniatures, and electronic games. The City of Towers launches a brand new novel line set in the world of Eberron, Wizards of the Coast’s newest D&D® campaign setting. Author Keith Baker’s proposal for the exciting world of Eberron was chosen from 11,000 submissions, and he is the co-author of the Eberron Campaign Setting, the RPG product that launched the setting.

DREAMING DARK Book 1 CITY OF TOWERS Book 2 THE SHATTERED LAND Book 3 THE GATES OF NIGHT. DEDICATION To everyone who has helped to make the dream of Eberron into reality

DREAMING DARK Book 1 CITY OF TOWERS Book 2 THE SHATTERED LAND Book 3 THE GATES OF NIGHT. DEDICATION To everyone who has helped to make the dream of Eberron into reality. And to Patricia Baker, who has helped me to shape my stories and dreams since the day I was born. KB. Daine dove across the makeshift barricade, but the enemy was right behind him.

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The City of Towers (Eberron: The Dreaming Dark, Book 1). Specifications. Eberron Novel: The Dreaming Dark. Wizards of the Coast Publishing.

Lei was injured at Keldan Ridge, Lord Hadran, the inquisitive said. She wore a long cloak of dark green leather, a hood pulled low over her face.

There was a moment when they might have won the battle. The Cyran troops were seasoned veterans, though they had little choice in the matter. Lei was injured at Keldan Ridge, Lord Hadran, the inquisitive said. It has been difficult to gather any sort of information about the battle, but it seems her troop was faced with an overwhelming force of unknown nationality. They were driven west into contested lands between Thrane and Breland, and that’s the only reason Lei is still alive.

The City of Towers launches a brand new novel line set in the world of Eberron, Wizards of the Coast’s newest D&D® campaign setting. Author Keith Baker’s proposal for the exciting world of Eberron was chosen from 11,000 submissions, and he is the co-author of the Eberron Campaign Setting, the RPG product that launched the setting. The Eberron world will continue to grow through new roleplaying game products, novels, miniatures, and electronic games. AUTHOR BIO: Keith Baker is a freelance writer and game designer. In 2003 his proposal for the world of Eberron was selected as the winner in the Wizards of the Coast fantasy setting search.
  • godlike
This is a unique pulp fiction tale set in the world of Eberron, a D&D campaign setting that was released back in the D&D 3.5 era. Eberron is a unique fantasy setting and this is an excellent intro novel to that world. The author is none other than the original creator of Eberron, Keith Baker. This was his first novel, but you wouldn't know it. Mr. Baker takes time to explain important elements of the worlds history, both recent and ancient woven into the threads of his tale set at the end of a terrible one hundred years long war.

This setting turns the standard Tolkien style fantasy setting upside down. Its gritty noir fantasy set in a realm where magic is used in place of technology. I believe a good term for it would be "spellpunk". If you are looking for something a bit different in your fantasy, this is a great read, and it was hard to put down.
  • Kagaramar
I bought this book to get a feel for the world of Eberron and the city of Sharn in particular as I am getting ready to DM a campaign in this world. Based on the reviews, I wasn't expecting much but my was i pleasantly surprised. The plot moved along nicely, the characters were likeable, he paints a very descriptive world, and there were only a few typos.

I enjoyed it so much that I went ahead and ordered the other two books in the series.
  • Nilabor
I gave this book 5 stars for a very good reason, it is well written. I play dungeons and dragons online and a guild mate told be about keith baker and what a wonderful story teller he is, his stories make you believe you are right there with the characters. I was captivated by this book and read the whole thing in one sitting. so if you are a dungeons and dragons fan, or simply like a great story than this book is for you.
  • Grillador
It's a great book but I received it with the cover literally coming apart. As soon as I picked it out of the packaging, the entire bottom corner came off. -1 star for how I got it. Not because of the story.
  • Bliss
Fantastic book! I couldn't wait to read it each day. Keith Baker did a good job of working enough descriptive notes into his book, about the D&D world of Eberron he created, without it reading too much like a textbook. I love the setting and the characters so much I couldn't wait to buy the next in the series, which so far has been equally as good!.
  • Fenrikasa
A fun introduction to the world of Eberron for those not familiar with the universe from D&D. And even long time fans of the game will enjoy the settings creator weaving a tell of sword and sorcerer meeting pulp action that only that setting truly captures.
  • Kamuro
Kieth Baker created a good introduction to Eberron in this book. It explores the beginning of the RPG and the start of the setting and one of the major worlds. It has monsters and settings and elements I have never encountered before and therefore really appreciate the creativity that went into the book and the Eberron RPG. All in all very creative, and I might read this one again just for the setting and the world creation aspect.
When I first looked at this book, I was a little skeptical. As many fantasy readers know, good fantasy books can be hit and miss and there isn't much in between. But this book quelled my fears. Rather than just another feel good epic adventure where one mighty individual overcomes all odds, this book has a deceptive depth to it. Without revealing too much, lets just say that if you are into medieval fantasy this book wont let you down. It starts off a little slow, but when the action comes, your attention doesn't linger.