This week's D&D Unearthed Arcana article points convincingly toward a new book for Dragonlance. Given that Wizards has already said they will revisit classic settings this year, there is high chance one will be Dragonlance.
So what do you think they will do with the setting? I have some thoughts and speculations on that. Also, how can you play in the world of Dragonlance *right now* even before a book is released? I'll tell you! (...around minute 21) Timestamps below.
Player's Guide to Dragonlance (2e) - only $4
Drangonlance Campaign Setting (3.x) - about $10
00:25 Unearthed Arcana - Heroes of Krynn
02:05 New Dragonlance novels coming
02:52 Wizards' Dragonlance promotion opportunity
03:40 Fans of the original Dragonlance series now have kids playing D&D.
04:58 What will Wizards do with the setting?
05:40 The style of Dragonlance vs. "standard" D&D 5th Edition
07:20 Can superhero fantasy fit with Dragonlance?
09:30 Dragonlance isn't a high power setting.
10:05 How Wizards could tweak 5e to fit the Dragonlance style.
11:30 How Cubicle 7 adapted The One Ring to 5th Edition mechanics.
14:00 How Wizards could adapt Dragonlance to 5th Edition.
14:25 A Dragonlance-specific Player's Handbook / campaign setting book.
17:45 Any Dragonlance book will be a hit, but here's my wishlist.
21:15 Run a Dragonlance campaign!
21:20 What to get if you want to run Dragonlance right now
22:00 Player's Guide to Dragonlance (2e) - only $4
24:10 Drangonlance Campaign Setting (3.x) - about $10
26:00 Consider running Dragonlance under an Basic or OSR version
27:45 Rules Cyclopedia - $30 Hardback
29:55 A brief glimpse back at Dragonlance 5th Age
32:00 Outtro -- Please Like and Subscribe!
32:15 What do you think Wizards should do with the Dragonlance setting?