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D&D 5th Edition: Original Adventures Reincarnated #6 - The Temple of Elemental Evil (HC) - Campaign Supplies
D&D 5th Edition: Original Adventures Reincarnated #6 - The Temple of Elemental Evil (HC) - Campaign Supplies
D&D 5th Edition: Original Adventures Reincarnated #6 - The Temple of Elemental Evil (HC) - Campaign Supplies
D&D 5th Edition: Original Adventures Reincarnated #6 - The Temple of Elemental Evil (HC) - Campaign Supplies
D&D 5th Edition: Original Adventures Reincarnated #6 - The Temple of Elemental Evil (HC) - Campaign Supplies

D&D 5th Edition: Original Adventures Reincarnated #6 - The Temple of Elemental Evil (HC)

$110.09 
  • This is a massive slip-cased, two-volume hardback collection! Weighing in at more than 2kg, the books include high-end touches like full-colour endsheets, custom gatefolds, and sewn-in satin ribbon bookmarks!
  • The entire adventure is an homage to the origins of an adventure that began decades ago with T1: The Village of Hommlet and T1-4: The Temple of Elemental Evil.
  • Herein you will find high-quality scans from multiple printings of the original first edition adventure modules, plus commentary by gaming legends.
  • Full fifth edition conversions of both adventure books are included, as well as brand new adventure material adding new wilderness encounters, expanding the Village of Nulb, fully detailing the evil Elemental Nodes, and providing fifth edition updates of many original magic items, monsters, and spells.
  • This is a fully playable mega-dungeon and mini-campaign—many hours of classic-style adventure await you!
The Village of Hommlet, a quaint village that once nearly fell prey to a great, neighbouring evil some years ago, thrives again. The nearby Temple of Elemental Evil, a grand edifice of wickedness, was defeated after a great battle and thrown into ruin forever ... or was it?
Bandits have started to ride the roads again, and there are other ominous signs afoot. It is whispered that the demonic evil at the heart of the Temple was not truly conquered but merely imprisoned, and even now agents of evil, malevolent beasts, and far worse creatures are conspiring to return the Temple to power and enslave the surrounding lands.
Hommlet and the neighbouring ruins may hold clues, but not everyone is to be trusted, and surely danger lies hidden in this idyllic region.