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POLL: Favorite D&D Novels


423 votes were cast by total voters.


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Macrocosmic Engineer Inactive Member writes:

Does no one remember Quag Keep, by Andre Norton (Witch World Forever!)?


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Blade of the Young Samurai
2
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Clerics Quintet (Forgoten Realms)
21
5%
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Crystal Shard
35
8%
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Daughter of the Drow
7
2%
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Descent into the Depths of the Earth
5
1%
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Doom Brigade, The
5
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I, Strahd…
20
5%
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Mountain of Mirrors
2
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Pool of Radiance
18
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Queen of the Demonweb Pits
8
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Saga of Old City
5
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Spine of the World
11
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Streams of Silver
17
4%
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White Plume Mountain
6
1%
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other (explain)
38
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never cared for any of the official D&D books
166
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not a fantasy reader
57
13%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Alxbates writes...

I've read a lot of D&D novels since I was a teenager. Admittedly, I read most of those while I still was a teenager, but there are a few favorites that I've revisited from time to time.

Recently, I've been cleaning out my storage unit and sorting through my old boxes of books, and I've come across some of those old D&D novels – the Dragonlance Chronicles, Kaz the Minotaur, Pool of Radiance, Azure Bonds, The Wyverns Spur, the Gord the Rogue books. I don't think that any of them are really "good" books, but a lot of them are fun brain candy. What's your favorite D&D novel or novels?

(Nominations taken from this pre-poll discussion.)