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The One Ring RPG Reveals Rivendell Supplement

Cubicle 7 Entertainment & Sophisticated Games have spent the past few years releasing the third incarnation of the officially licensed role-playing game set in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth. Today they revealed new information, and the cover art for their long anticipated Rivendell setting supplement. With Jon Hodgson continuing to produce fantastic, evocative art (as seen by this cover image) and industry ...

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New Releases in the Works for The One Ring Role-Playing Game!

  It’s official. Cubicle 7 Publishing and Sophisticated Games has released their first official news and images for The One Ring: Adventures Over the Edge of the Wild! Two new books, The Darkening of Mirkwood and Heart of the Wild will help flesh out and develop Mirkwood late in the 3rd Age of Middle-earth, including a 30-year time line for ...

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The One Ring: Flora and Fauna of Lake-Town

The Discussion with Francesco Nepitello and Jon Hodgson Continues Francesco Nepitello and Jon Hodgson continue their discussion on the Lake-Town Sourcebook and Lore Master Screen in a third sneak-peek video! In addition to giving viewers a glance at the plants and beasts living in the swamps near Lake-Town. Their banter hints at fair herbs and foul creatures that live on ...

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TOR: Lake-Town Sourcebook Update!

More Teasers for the Lore-Master Screen and Lake-Town Sourcebook Cubicle 7 Publishing seems committed to keeping all the fans of The One Ring: Adventures Over the Edge of the Wild on the edge of their seat! They’ve expanded their interview of The Lake-Town Sourcebook into two parts! In this second part of this discussion between Jon Hodgson and Francesco Nepitello, ...

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The One Ring Adventures: Expanded Index download

The One Ring: Adventures Over the Edge of the Wild Free downloadable Expanded Index         It’s hard enough navigating the broken paths of Mirkwood and the shadowed corridors of the Lonely Mountain, let alone having to flip through page after page looking for that elusive rule that you remember reading somewhere. The good folks over at Cubicle ...

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