The Gates of Thorbardin (novel)

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The Gates of Thorbardin (novel)
Gates of Thorbardin PB 1990.jpg
Abbreviation: N/A
Author: Dan Parkinson
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 083350000
Release Date: October 1990
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Page Count: 310
ISBN-10: 0-88038-912-5
Price: $5.99
Product Blurb:
Magic and Peril Under the Earth

Deep beneath the mountain fortress of Skullcap, legend has it, are the remains of the dark wizard Fistandantilus and the path to the gates of the dwarven kingdom of Thorbardin. Buried somewhere along that perilous path is the magical helm of Grallen, son of King Duncan, tragic hero of the Dwarfgate War. The finder of Grallen's helm, it is prophesized, will be rewarded and honored by a united Thorbardin -- but he will also open the gates of the realm to fresh horror and chaos.

In The Gates of Thorbardin, Dan Parkinson, author of Starsong, continues the history of the dwarves of Krynn in the tradition of Nancy Varian Berberick's best-selling Dragonlance novel, Stormblade.

This text is quoted from promotion material. Text and images are copyrighted by the original publisher.
The Gates of Thorbardin (novel)
Gates of Thorbardin PB 2004.jpg
Abbreviation: N/A
Author: Dan Parkinson
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 965600000
Release Date: August 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Page Count: 310
ISBN-10: 0-88038-912-5
Price: $6.99 ; C$9.99
Product Blurb:
This attractive new re-release of The Gates of Thorbardin showcases a new look for the Heroes series.

Magic and Peril Under the Earth

Deep beneath the mountain fortress of Skullcap, legend has it, are the remains of the dark wizard Fistandantilus and the path to the gates of the dwarven kingdom of Thorbardin. Buried somewhere along that perilous path is the magical helm of Grallen, son of King Duncan, tragic hero of the Dwarfgate War. The finder of Grallen's helm, it is prophesized, will be rewarded and honored by a united Thorbardin -- but he will also open the gates of the realm to fresh horror and chaos.

In The Gates of Thorbardin, Dan Parkinson, author of Starsong, continues the history of the dwarves of Krynn in the tradition of Nancy Varian Berberick's best-selling Dragonlance novel, Stormblade.

This text is quoted from promotion material. Text and images are copyrighted by the original publisher.
Heroes
  1. The Legend of Huma (Volume One)
  2. Stormblade (Volume Two)
  3. Weasel's Luck (Volume Three)
  4. Kaz the Minotaur (Volume Four)
  5. The Gates of Thorbardin (Volume Five)
  6. Galen Beknighted (Volume Six)



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