D&D 5E OAR #7

Urriak Uruk

Gaming is fun, and fun is for everyone
Up until now, OAR has updated adventures that were on the top 30 list as published in Dungeon #116 from November 2004. Possible spoilers for OAR #8 and beyond?

#1 Queen of the Spiders (1986) Against the Giants included in Tales from the Yawning Portal
#2 Ravenloft (1983)
#3 Tomb of Horrors (1978) included in Tales from the Yawning Portal
#4 The Temple of Elemental Evil (1985) OAR #6
#5 Expedition to the Barrier Peaks (1980) OAR #3
#6 The Desert of Desolation (1987)
#7 The Keep on the Borderlands (1979) OAR #1
#8 Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil (2001)
#9 White Plume Mountain (1979) included in Tales from the Yawning Portal
#10 Return to the Tomb of Horrors (1998)
#11 The Gates of Firestorm Peak (1996)
#12 The Forge of Fury (2000) included in Tales from the Yawning Portal
#13 Dwellers of the Forbidden City (1981)
#14 Dead Gods (1997)
#15 Castle Amber (1981) OAR #5
#16 The Isle of Dread (1980) OAR #2
#17 Ruins of the Undermountain (1991)
#18 The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan (1980) included in Tales from the Yawning Portal
#19 Against the Cult of the Reptile God (1982)
#20 Scourge of the Slave Lords (1986)
#21 Dark Tower (1980) OAR #7
#22 The Lost Caverns of Tsjocanth (1982)
#23 The Forgotten Temple of Tharizdun (1982)
#24 City of the Spider Queen (2002)
#25 Dragons of Despair (1984)
#26 City of Skulls (1993)
#27 The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh (1981) included in Ghosts of Saltmarsh
#28 The Lost City (1982) OAR #4
#29 The Assassin’s Knot (1983)
#30 The Ghost Tower of Inverness (1980)

You could probably add that Ravenloft is largely reprinted and expanded in Curse of Strahd.

Queen of the Spiders... I'd love to see at least the last part get OAR treatment.
 

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Urriak Uruk

Gaming is fun, and fun is for everyone
Wonder if maybe their contract was only for certain TSR adventures and now they’ve done them? I’m stoked to see work respecting Jenell and celebrating her work though.

Well that leads to another question... if that's true, what is the next most popular old adventure that TSR doesn't hold the rights to? Might be a good contender for the next OAR if Goodman can go to that rights holder.

Only one I can think of is the Caverns of Thracia, also by Jacquauys.
 

Nikosandros

Golden Procrastinator
Wonder if maybe their contract was only for certain TSR adventures and now they’ve done them? I’m stoked to see work respecting Jenell and celebrating her work though.
Chris Doyle uses the present tense when discussing the license with WotC in the video. It's not a proof of anything, naturally, but it suggests that it is still going on (at least for now).
 


teitan

Legend
Chris Doyle uses the present tense when discussing the license with WotC in the video. It's not a proof of anything, naturally, but it suggests that it is still going on (at least for now).
That’s good news then! I’m hoping we see Queen of the Spiders.
 

Bill Zebub

“It’s probably Matt Mercer’s fault.”
Oh I’m excited for this. Even though I’ve been playing for 40 years I’ve never actually experienced the original. This will be the first OAR I get.
 

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