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For the original 1985 book, see Oriental Adventures.
Oriental Adventures introduces the infinite worlds of fantastic Asia to the Dungeons & Dragons game. In these pages, you'll find:
  • 5 new races, including hengeyokai, nezumi, and spirit folk
  • 5 new classes, including the samurai, the shugenja, and the wu jen
  • Over 25 new prestige classes, including the ninja, the tattooed monk, and the yakuza
  • 100 new spells
  • 75 new monsters


Trivia Edit

The second Oriental Adventures won the 2002 Ennie Award for "Best Campaign Setting".[1]

External links Edit

Notes Edit

  1. http://www.enworld.org/ennies/2002.html


Supplemental Sourcebooks
3rd and 3.5 edition
Complete Adventurer | Complete Arcane | Complete Champion | Complete Divine | Complete Mage | Complete Psionic | Complete Warrior | Defenders of the Faith | Draconomicon | Epic Level Handbook | Expanded Psionics Handbook | Manual of the Planes | Masters of the Wild | Oriental Adventures | Psionic Handbook | Savage Species | Spell Compendium‎ | Stormwrack | Unearthed Arcana

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