Goodman Games continues its efforts to bring back classics from the early days of fantasy roleplaying with two new projects: Collector’s Editions of early Dungeons & Dragons modules, updated for Fifth Edition, and a Dungeon Crawl Classics: Lankhmar boxed set.
In addition to digitally restored versions of the original material, the book will have historical notes and commentary from TSR insiders Frank Mentzer, Luke Gygax, and Mike Carr, the author of In Search of the Unknown. All new Fifth Edition content expanding on the two adventures will round out the content for this hardcover book. Release is planned for Gen Con. MSRP was not announced.
Dungeon Crawl Classics: Lankhmar will be a boxed set including four books about the world and how to use it in the game, written by Dungeon Crawl Classics veteran Michael Curtis. A map, and tokens for use in the game will also be included. Additional material may be added to the set, depending on the success of the project’s Kickstarter campaign—which has attracted over $90,000 in pledged support from over 1,000 backers thus far. The campaign does include a retailer-only backer package, which includes three copies of the set and the stretch goals.
Lankhmar is not a stand-alone product. A copy of Dungeon Crawl Classics core rulebook is also needed to play.
Goodman Games recently completed its Judges Guild Deluxe Collector’s Edition, with 200 pages of early fantasy RPG materials (see “Goodman’s Judges Guild Collection Coming to Trade”).