Series: Dragonlance DLE series

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In Search of Dragons (AD&D/Dragonlance Module DLE1) by Rick SwanDLE1
Dragon Magic (AD&D/Dragonlance Module DLE2) (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, Official Game Adventure) by Rick SwanDLE2
Dragon Keep/Dle3 (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Dragonlance Module) by Rich SwanDLE3

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  1. Tree Lords (Dragonlance/Module) by Steve Winter (1990)
  2. Dragon's Rest by Rick Swan (1990)
  3. Dragon Dawn (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Dragonlance Module DLA1) by Deborah Christian (1990)
  4. Knight's Sword by Colin McComb (1992)
  5. New Tales: The Land Reborn by John Terra (1993)
  6. Dragons of Glory (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons / Dragonlance Supermodule DL11) by Tracy Hickman (1986)
  7. DL2: Dragons of Flame by Douglas Niles (1984)
  8. Monstrous Compendium: Dragonlance Appendix (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons) by Rick Swan (1990)
  9. Chaos Spawn by Douglas Miles (1999)
  10. Night of Seven Swords (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons/Oriental Adventures Module OA2) (1986)
  11. Top Ballista by Carl Sargent (1989)
  12. Needle (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Module I11) by Frank Mentzer (1987)
  13. After the Bomb by Erick Wujcik (1990)
  14. Patriots of Ulek (WGQ1) by Anthony Pryor (1992)
  15. The Mines of Bloodstone by Michael Dobson (1987)

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