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Dungeons & Dragons Original Adventures Reincarnated: Into the Borderlands | Review and Page-Through

D&D Original Adventures Reincarnated #1: Into the Borderlands (Goodman Games)Game: Dungeons & Dragons Original Adventures Reincarnated #1 – Into the Borderlands

PublisherGoodman Games

Original Authors: Mike Carr and Gary Gygax

5E Conversion Authors: Chris Doyle and Tim Wadzinski

Artists: Jim Rosloff, Darlene, Ger Curti, Dean Kotz, Aaron Palsmeier, and Chris Yarbrough

Genre: Classic Dungeons & Dragons homage and adventure 5E conversion

Year: 2018

Pages: 384 pages

MSRP: $49.99 for the hardcover

The “Old School for the New Year” celebration rocks on as I share my thoughts on, and page through, the first volume in the Original Adventures Reincarnated series, Into the Borderlands. The hardcover provides the original Dungeons & Dragons modules B1 In Search of the Unknown and B2 The Keep on the Borderlands as well as 5th edition conversions of both. Are these two converted classics deserving of a place in you 5E D&D collection? Or has time simply not been kind to these two Basic Dungeons & Dragons adventures? You’ll find out!

1:28 Discussing and taking a look at D&D OAR: Into the Borderlands
26:40 Final thoughts and review score
32:01 Wrapping up

Jeff McAleer

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    Dungeons & Dragons Original Adventures Reincarnated: Into the Borderlands | Review and Page-Through

    Into the Borderlands is a great kickoff to the D&D Original Adventures Reincarnated lineup. I feel the conversions are well done for both of the adventures and I certainly appreciate the additional content expanding the tales. I do feel the inclusion of each printing of the adventures is total overkill though. Plus, I do wish more effort was made to make the book easier to use at the table. All in all though, a really fun homage to a couple of D&D classics.
    8.5
    Excellent