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Raistlin Majere is a fictional character from the Dragonlance series of books created by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman . [2] Raistlin played an extensive role in the two main series of books, particularly in Dragonlance Legends in which he was both primary protagonist and antagonist. He is twin brother to Caramon Majere , half-brother to his protective sister Kitiara uth Matar , and a significant member of the Heroes of the Lance . In the animated movie adaptation, Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight , Raistlin was voiced by Kiefer Sutherland .

Born to a mother prone to trance-like fits and a woodcutter father, Raistlin inherited his mother's aptitude for magic. He undertook and passed the arduous Test of High Sorcery, but in the process, he acquired white hair and golden skin and was cursed with hourglass eyes which saw the effects of time on all things. His health, while never robust, was ruined further, leaving him weak and subject to frequent bouts of coughing blood. Initially wearing the red robes of neutrality, as the first series progresses Raistlin's powers increase while his mood and actions darken, and he adopts the black robes of evil during the War of the Lance .

Raistlin, although physically very weak, is extremely intelligent, and possesses uncommonly powerful magical abilities. While ruthless in his pursuit of power, he holds to a code of conduct which repays all debts and protects those disadvantaged through no fault of their own. His relationship with his much stronger, better-liked and good-natured twin brother Caramon is fraught with tensions as Caramon seeks to protect and shelter his weaker brother while denying his cruelty and penchant for hurting any others while in pursuit of his goals.

Adam Rex (born May 16, 1973 [1] ) is an American illustrator and writer of children's books living in Tucson, Arizona .

Adam Rex received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona . [2] He has contributed illustrations to Magic: The Gathering and other fantasy art [3] and has illustrated several children's books. Adam has noted that his history with fantasy drawings initially hurt his entry into children's books. [4] His first books, Tree-Ring Circus and Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich , were published in 2006. Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich went on to become a New York Times best seller . Another picture book Pssst! and the illustrated novel The True Meaning of Smekday were published in 2007.

His illustrations of the book The Case of the Case of Mistaken Identity , written by Mac Barnett , were reviewed favorably by The Gazette ' s critic, noting "a lively set of endpapers." [9]

Raistlin Majere is a fictional character from the Dragonlance series of books created by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman . [2] Raistlin played an extensive role in the two main series of books, particularly in Dragonlance Legends in which he was both primary protagonist and antagonist. He is twin brother to Caramon Majere , half-brother to his protective sister Kitiara uth Matar , and a significant member of the Heroes of the Lance . In the animated movie adaptation, Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight , Raistlin was voiced by Kiefer Sutherland .

Born to a mother prone to trance-like fits and a woodcutter father, Raistlin inherited his mother's aptitude for magic. He undertook and passed the arduous Test of High Sorcery, but in the process, he acquired white hair and golden skin and was cursed with hourglass eyes which saw the effects of time on all things. His health, while never robust, was ruined further, leaving him weak and subject to frequent bouts of coughing blood. Initially wearing the red robes of neutrality, as the first series progresses Raistlin's powers increase while his mood and actions darken, and he adopts the black robes of evil during the War of the Lance .

Raistlin, although physically very weak, is extremely intelligent, and possesses uncommonly powerful magical abilities. While ruthless in his pursuit of power, he holds to a code of conduct which repays all debts and protects those disadvantaged through no fault of their own. His relationship with his much stronger, better-liked and good-natured twin brother Caramon is fraught with tensions as Caramon seeks to protect and shelter his weaker brother while denying his cruelty and penchant for hurting any others while in pursuit of his goals.

Adam Rex (born May 16, 1973 [1] ) is an American illustrator and writer of children's books living in Tucson, Arizona .

Adam Rex received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona . [2] He has contributed illustrations to Magic: The Gathering and other fantasy art [3] and has illustrated several children's books. Adam has noted that his history with fantasy drawings initially hurt his entry into children's books. [4] His first books, Tree-Ring Circus and Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich , were published in 2006. Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich went on to become a New York Times best seller . Another picture book Pssst! and the illustrated novel The True Meaning of Smekday were published in 2007.

His illustrations of the book The Case of the Case of Mistaken Identity , written by Mac Barnett , were reviewed favorably by The Gazette ' s critic, noting "a lively set of endpapers." [9]

Brothers Majere is a fantasy novel by Kevin Stein which is set in the world of the Dragonlance campaign setting and is the third volume in the Preludes series.

Upon arrival to Mereklar, the twins learn that the city's cats have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Legend had it that powerful wizards had built the city of Mereklar shortly after the Cataclysm and so long as the cats were there to protect the city, evil could not harm its citizens. Ten noble families govern Mereklar, and they begin to die one by one under mysterious (and grisly) circumstances. One of the nobles, Shavas , explains the legend to the twins, who are both captivated by her beauty.

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Brothers Majere was written by Kevin Stein, and is the third volume in the original Preludes series. This novel explores the love/hate relationship between the ...

01.12.1989  · Brothers Majere has 16,469 ratings and 33 reviews. Paul said: Raistlin, Raistlin, Raistlin! I am a Raistlin fan boy. He is simply the only character that...

After Raistlin passed his Test in Brothers Majere , Ansalon was engulfed in the conflict that would be known as the War of the Lance. During this time, Raistlin helped ...

Graz'zt is a demon lord in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game , and one of the most powerful demons in the Abyss . Graz'zt, one of the earliest and most famous demons created for Dungeons and Dragons, [1] was named as one of the greatest villains in D&D history by the final print issue of Dragon . [2]

Graz'zt was created by Gary Gygax and first appears in module The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1982), [3] and then appears in the first edition Monster Manual II (1983), [4] under the demon entry.

After leaving TSR , Gygax featured Graz'zt in the Gord the Rogue series. The character has since been expanded upon by other designers. In this series, Graz'zt is known as the Ebon Lord of the Abat-Dolor , a race of demons who all look more or less like him. He ruled over the abat-dolor with his queen and consort, Elazalag , until he was captured by the witch queen Iggwilv. After seducing her, the Ebon Lord founded a new mongrel empire, forsaking his kin in an effort to enslave any and all of the demon breeds.

Raistlin Majere is a fictional character from the Dragonlance series of books created by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman . [2] Raistlin played an extensive role in the two main series of books, particularly in Dragonlance Legends in which he was both primary protagonist and antagonist. He is twin brother to Caramon Majere , half-brother to his protective sister Kitiara uth Matar , and a significant member of the Heroes of the Lance . In the animated movie adaptation, Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight , Raistlin was voiced by Kiefer Sutherland .

Born to a mother prone to trance-like fits and a woodcutter father, Raistlin inherited his mother's aptitude for magic. He undertook and passed the arduous Test of High Sorcery, but in the process, he acquired white hair and golden skin and was cursed with hourglass eyes which saw the effects of time on all things. His health, while never robust, was ruined further, leaving him weak and subject to frequent bouts of coughing blood. Initially wearing the red robes of neutrality, as the first series progresses Raistlin's powers increase while his mood and actions darken, and he adopts the black robes of evil during the War of the Lance .

Raistlin, although physically very weak, is extremely intelligent, and possesses uncommonly powerful magical abilities. While ruthless in his pursuit of power, he holds to a code of conduct which repays all debts and protects those disadvantaged through no fault of their own. His relationship with his much stronger, better-liked and good-natured twin brother Caramon is fraught with tensions as Caramon seeks to protect and shelter his weaker brother while denying his cruelty and penchant for hurting any others while in pursuit of his goals.

Adam Rex (born May 16, 1973 [1] ) is an American illustrator and writer of children's books living in Tucson, Arizona .

Adam Rex received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona . [2] He has contributed illustrations to Magic: The Gathering and other fantasy art [3] and has illustrated several children's books. Adam has noted that his history with fantasy drawings initially hurt his entry into children's books. [4] His first books, Tree-Ring Circus and Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich , were published in 2006. Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich went on to become a New York Times best seller . Another picture book Pssst! and the illustrated novel The True Meaning of Smekday were published in 2007.

His illustrations of the book The Case of the Case of Mistaken Identity , written by Mac Barnett , were reviewed favorably by The Gazette ' s critic, noting "a lively set of endpapers." [9]

Brothers Majere is a fantasy novel by Kevin Stein which is set in the world of the Dragonlance campaign setting and is the third volume in the Preludes series.

Upon arrival to Mereklar, the twins learn that the city's cats have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Legend had it that powerful wizards had built the city of Mereklar shortly after the Cataclysm and so long as the cats were there to protect the city, evil could not harm its citizens. Ten noble families govern Mereklar, and they begin to die one by one under mysterious (and grisly) circumstances. One of the nobles, Shavas , explains the legend to the twins, who are both captivated by her beauty.

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Brothers Majere was written by Kevin Stein, and is the third volume in the original Preludes series. This novel explores the love/hate relationship between the ...

01.12.1989  · Brothers Majere has 16,469 ratings and 33 reviews. Paul said: Raistlin, Raistlin, Raistlin! I am a Raistlin fan boy. He is simply the only character that...

After Raistlin passed his Test in Brothers Majere , Ansalon was engulfed in the conflict that would be known as the War of the Lance. During this time, Raistlin helped ...

Raistlin Majere is a fictional character from the Dragonlance series of books created by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman . [2] Raistlin played an extensive role in the two main series of books, particularly in Dragonlance Legends in which he was both primary protagonist and antagonist. He is twin brother to Caramon Majere , half-brother to his protective sister Kitiara uth Matar , and a significant member of the Heroes of the Lance . In the animated movie adaptation, Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight , Raistlin was voiced by Kiefer Sutherland .

Born to a mother prone to trance-like fits and a woodcutter father, Raistlin inherited his mother's aptitude for magic. He undertook and passed the arduous Test of High Sorcery, but in the process, he acquired white hair and golden skin and was cursed with hourglass eyes which saw the effects of time on all things. His health, while never robust, was ruined further, leaving him weak and subject to frequent bouts of coughing blood. Initially wearing the red robes of neutrality, as the first series progresses Raistlin's powers increase while his mood and actions darken, and he adopts the black robes of evil during the War of the Lance .

Raistlin, although physically very weak, is extremely intelligent, and possesses uncommonly powerful magical abilities. While ruthless in his pursuit of power, he holds to a code of conduct which repays all debts and protects those disadvantaged through no fault of their own. His relationship with his much stronger, better-liked and good-natured twin brother Caramon is fraught with tensions as Caramon seeks to protect and shelter his weaker brother while denying his cruelty and penchant for hurting any others while in pursuit of his goals.

Raistlin Majere is a fictional character from the Dragonlance series of books created by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman . [2] Raistlin played an extensive role in the two main series of books, particularly in Dragonlance Legends in which he was both primary protagonist and antagonist. He is twin brother to Caramon Majere , half-brother to his protective sister Kitiara uth Matar , and a significant member of the Heroes of the Lance . In the animated movie adaptation, Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight , Raistlin was voiced by Kiefer Sutherland .

Born to a mother prone to trance-like fits and a woodcutter father, Raistlin inherited his mother's aptitude for magic. He undertook and passed the arduous Test of High Sorcery, but in the process, he acquired white hair and golden skin and was cursed with hourglass eyes which saw the effects of time on all things. His health, while never robust, was ruined further, leaving him weak and subject to frequent bouts of coughing blood. Initially wearing the red robes of neutrality, as the first series progresses Raistlin's powers increase while his mood and actions darken, and he adopts the black robes of evil during the War of the Lance .

Raistlin, although physically very weak, is extremely intelligent, and possesses uncommonly powerful magical abilities. While ruthless in his pursuit of power, he holds to a code of conduct which repays all debts and protects those disadvantaged through no fault of their own. His relationship with his much stronger, better-liked and good-natured twin brother Caramon is fraught with tensions as Caramon seeks to protect and shelter his weaker brother while denying his cruelty and penchant for hurting any others while in pursuit of his goals.

Adam Rex (born May 16, 1973 [1] ) is an American illustrator and writer of children's books living in Tucson, Arizona .

Adam Rex received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona . [2] He has contributed illustrations to Magic: The Gathering and other fantasy art [3] and has illustrated several children's books. Adam has noted that his history with fantasy drawings initially hurt his entry into children's books. [4] His first books, Tree-Ring Circus and Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich , were published in 2006. Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich went on to become a New York Times best seller . Another picture book Pssst! and the illustrated novel The True Meaning of Smekday were published in 2007.

His illustrations of the book The Case of the Case of Mistaken Identity , written by Mac Barnett , were reviewed favorably by The Gazette ' s critic, noting "a lively set of endpapers." [9]

Brothers Majere is a fantasy novel by Kevin Stein which is set in the world of the Dragonlance campaign setting and is the third volume in the Preludes series.

Upon arrival to Mereklar, the twins learn that the city's cats have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Legend had it that powerful wizards had built the city of Mereklar shortly after the Cataclysm and so long as the cats were there to protect the city, evil could not harm its citizens. Ten noble families govern Mereklar, and they begin to die one by one under mysterious (and grisly) circumstances. One of the nobles, Shavas , explains the legend to the twins, who are both captivated by her beauty.

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