Conundrum (Dragonlance: The Age of Mortals) by Jeff Crook

By Jeff Crook

On a gloomy spring evening, 9 weeks not on time, the MNS Indestructible, a category C Submersible Deepswimmer, departs Sancrist Isle with a team of twenty and a callous omit for the inevitable.

Armed with top-secret units, a band of intrepid gnome explorers units out on a mythical trip to sub-navigate the continent of Ansalon and confirm why very huge rocks drift. notwithstanding the destiny of the area doesn't grasp within the stability, theirs definitely does.

This is their story--and the tale of a unmarried member of that ignoble group: Conundrum, the heroic gnome featured in Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's best-selling battle of Souls trilogy.

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No castle crouched on yonder beetling cliffs. html stone out to sea. Hundreds of gnomes stopped their work to stand and cheer, only to groan with disappointment when the stone struck the sea in a mighty splash a good half-mile from shore. Only the Knights seemed pleased with this result, for there was a general round of nodding, backslapping, laughing and pointing at the spot where the stone sank. The gnomes returned to their business. Hammers rapped and saws snored, ropes creaked and chisels rang against stone.

The hammering and sawing stopped, and with a much louder cheer, another dark flaming object climbed heavenward beyond the boulders. This one was bigger, and scribed a higher, grander curve against the sky before it, too, crashed into the sea a quarter mile out. The cheers tapered off into groans. Soon came more hammering and sawing. Where the enormous black boulders marched down into the surf, the beach narrowed to less than fifty paces from the stony feet of the hills to the water at low tide.

From there, we sail to the center of theBloodSea , dive to the bottom, and enter the chasm that once led to the Abyss. In the wall of this deep crevasse is an opening, a cave, from which the Polywog emerged all those years ago at the end of their legendary west-to-east journey. ” “Sounds impossible,” the professor said while gnawing thoughtfully on the pencil in his mouth. “Perhaps—but let me remind you that no one is going anywhere until these ordinance experiments are completed,” Sir Wolhelm said.

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