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Original Adventures Reincarnated #3: D&D Expedition to the Barrier Peaks Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #797

Original Adventures Reincarnated #3: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks (Goodman Games)Game Title: Dungeons & Dragons Original Adventures Reincarnated #3 – Expedition to the Barrier Peaks

PublisherGoodman Games

Original Author: Gary Gygax

5E Conversion Authors: Michael Curtis and Tim Wadzinski

Artists: Tom Galambos, Doug Kovacs, Cliff Kurowski, William McAusland, Brad McDevitt, Peter Mullen, Erol Otus, Stefan Poag, Chad Sergesketter, and Chris Yarborough

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

Year: 2019

Pages: 400 pages

MSRP: $49.99 for the hardcover

Another rare live review as I tackle Original Adventures Reincarnated #3 Dungeons & Dragons Expedition to the Barrier Peaks, from Goodman Games, as June’s Fantasy RPG Celebration rocks on! Plus the latest tabletop gaming news from Troll Lord Games, Free League Publishing, The Op Games, Mad Scribe Games, Bundle of Holding, Funagain Games, and more.

6:41 Tabletop gaming news of the day
37:25 Tornadoes, Jeff’s 3x bypass recovery last year, and a brief intermission
49:42 Diving into OAR #3: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks
1:20:41 Final thoughts and review score
1:23:58 Wrapping up

Jeff McAleer

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    Original Adventures Reincarnated #3: D&D Expedition to the Barrier Peaks Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #797

    I still think including two editions of the original D&D adventure is a bit of overkill but I do understand this is not only looked at as an adventure module but also a collector's item too. The vast majority of gamers will be curious as to the conversion and Michael Curtis does a very solid of bringing the sense of wonder and awe of the 1980 module to 5th edition D&D. Granted some of the "futuretech" from back in the day is a wee bit creaky but this should still make for a ton of fun for those who don't mind getting science fiction in their fantasy. I do have critiques on the presentation and have to say this book will not be as easy to use at the table as it should.
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