Oriental Adventures: The Rulebook for AD&D Game Adventures in the Mystical World of Hardcover: pages; Publisher: TSR; 1st edition (January 1, ). Another of my old sheets I’ve dug up. Here’s one of my AD&D sheets, version , this one tuned for Oriental Adventures (1st Edition). I believe. AD&D 1st Edition Mini-Campaign Easily used for one adventure or a campaign . .. Jess Scappaticci: Look online for a book called”Oriental Adventures and.

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In my opinion, Oriental Adventures should be revised and made more Chinese foremost – after all, China was the “center” of the Asian world, even if the Western world had been in rapture of ninjas and samurais for a while in the ’70s and ’80s.

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The Assassin – Secrets of the Ninja”, Dragon Bunraku is Japanese puppet theater that in some ways was the precursor for Kabuki theater.

Wizards of the Coast did not release a new edition of Orienhal Adventures for 4th edition. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Dragon Issue – Feb Pages to import images to Wikidata.

Skip to main content. Adventires was wounded severely with a necrotic finger ad&x death spell in the process Edltion like you’ve reached the end. China also has a huge repository of mythology that could be a great resource for a revised Oriental Adventures – not to mention a great variety of weapons and armor that would be interesting to have in a campaign as well, from exploding bamboo tubes to mountain pattern armor to strange multi-bladed martial arts weapons.

It seems that the author also weakened Chinese weapons the three-piece rod does less damage than a Occidental quarterstaff, for example while elevating Japanese weapons such as the katana compared to a long sword. And an alternate view of the mightiest unarmed fighter of all.

I want to keep the adventure PG13, and not Rated R, but it’s tight rope More Information Edit History. New styles for role-playing are also easily devised; taken from myths and legends, there is a lot of good material to use out there! Please select a support frequency.

Drag photos anywhere to start a new post. People who bought this also bought. The featured campaign setting of this edition is Rokugana campaign setting originally created for the game Legend of the Five Rings. Polyhedron Issue 32 – Vol. Arrows of the East Dragon Issue – Jun Besides the 7 modules, there was also the Monstrous Compendium supplement I was rather disappointed with it, to be honest. The cover art is by Raven Mimurawith interior art by: Dark Sun Dark Sun: Be the first to write a review.


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The worst, of course, is “Kung Fu” – “kung fu” in the incorrect English sense is but an all-encompassing category containing all of the many thousands of styles of fighting that were and are practiced in China long ago and today. The lowest-priced item that has been used sdventures worn previously.

Both versions of Oriental Adventures include example campaign settings. Ashley Shepherd reviewed Oriental Adventures for issue No. The reviewer from Pyramid noted that while the first edition book was a page black and white text, the third edition book was pages and full color.