Tag: original adventures reincarnated

Dungeons & Dragons: Castle Amber (Official Reprint)

As an old school gamer, I’m a huge fan of the Original Adventures Reincarnated line by Goodman Games. I’ve reviewed the first four releases on this page before. But in case you’re unfamiliar it, the “OAR” project is an ongoing attempt to both preserve and modernize a number of classic D&D adventure modules. These releases typically include a reprint of...

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Dungeons & Dragons: The Lost City (Official Reprint)

It’s no secret that I love classic D&D. And, for what it’s worth, I think Goodman Games’ line of Original Adventures Reincarnated¬†is some of the best content available for fifth edition. To date, I’ve discussed the first three releases in this line and each one has been an absolute masterpiece. Today, I’m going to take a look at the fourth...

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Dungeons & Dragons: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks (Official Reprint)

Its no secret that I’m a big fan of the Original Adventures Reincarnated line by Goodman Games. To date, I’ve discussed the first two installments in this series. Both of which were legendary D&D modules of great renown. I’m happy to report that the trend continues with the third entry in this line up: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks. If...

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Dungeons & Dragons: The Isle of Dread (Official Reprint)

It’s been a while since I talked about Into the Borderlands, the first “Original Adventures Reincarnated” project. In case you missed it, that release was both an official reprinting and 5E conversion of a classic D&D adventure. It was a book that I was extremely excited about. I love retro D&D and it appears that I’m not alone in my...

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Dungeons & Dragons: Into the Borderlands (Official Reprint)

This is a post that I’ve been wanting to write for sometime. Now that I’m all caught up on my current D&D releases, this is a good time to take a look at some of the “deep cuts” that are floating around bookstore shelves. In the past, I’ve discussed two third-party D&D books; the Tome of Beasts and the Creature...

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