At Gen Con we held our What’s New With Goodman Games Seminar (which you can watch on Facebook, by the way), where we reviewed existing projects and announced several new ones. Over the course of the next several days we’ll discuss these projects and give you some insight as to what and when to expect them. In fact, we’ll start right now with what many people have been waiting to discover:
We’re pleased to announce Original Adventures Reincarnated #4: The Lost City!
First published in 1982, B4: The Lost City was designed as a stand-alone adventure for use with the Dungeons and Dragons Basic Set. Author Tom Moldvay wrote the adventure with the intent of teaching novice gamemasters how to craft and run a dungeon. For that reason, many areas of the original adventure—including much of the titular city itself—are left undefined. And if you’ve read any of our earlier releases in the OAR series, you know that those areas are not going to be left blank for the Fifth Edition translation!
OAR #4: The Lost City will combine scans of the original edition of the module with 5E conversions and new material, as we’ve done with prior books in the OAR series. The conversion is being handled by Chris Doyle and Tim Wadzinski, the same team responsible for OAR #1: Into the Borderlands and OAR #2: The Isle of Dread.
At this time, the target release date is June 2020, but we will keep you updated as time passes. And not just about the release date—we’ll also be giving you sneak peeks and behind the scenes info on the book!
Before you see OAR #4: The Lost City, you will find OAR #3: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks in stores! We’re targeting the beginning of December for the release of OAR #3, and you can pre-order it right now!
If you haven’t grabbed a copy of the two other volumes, OAR #1: Into the Borderlands and OAR #2: The Isle of Dread are both available for order in our online store.
Retailers: OAR #1: Into the Borderlands will be back in circulation in about two weeks, with the next printing of OAR #2: The Isle of Dread following about a month behind that.
OAR #4: The Lost City is in the works! And it’s just the tip of the Gen Con news! Be sure to keep checking back for all the latest news!