Adventures in Middle Earth: Player's Guide

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Smaug has been defeated, the Battle of Five Armies has been won, and Bilbo has returned to the Shire. But much danger still remains, and from the Orc-holds of the mountains to the dark and corrupt depths of Mirkwood a darkness waits, recovering its strength, laying its plans, and slowly extending its shadow...

Product Features

  • Product is for use in the Fantasy Role Playing game Adventures in MiddleEarth
  • Product Number: PSI CB72300
  • Models and games are supplied unpainted and may require assembly or preparation before play
  • Any scenery, paint, or glue is not included.

3 comments on “Adventures in Middle Earth: Player's Guide”

  1. The One Ring Game for D&D Players! This book is essentially the One Ring rule book written for the D&D 5.0 rule system instead. The art is the same, the organization (as much as possible given the different rule systems) is the same, the time frame and locations used for Middle Earth are the same, and some of the game mechanics even are the same. For me, this book was a godsend because I had tried to run a One Ring campaign and just couldn't keep it going, mainly because of the rules. Don't get me wrong, I think the One Ring...

  2. well done After giving this game a thorough read through I can't wait to run it. I'm a big D&D fan, I currently have a 5E game going. I'm also a big Tolkien fan, so I was really looking forward to this game coming out, I'm not disappointed.This is a great adaptation to D&D of the One ring role-playing game.The setting information comes after The Hobbit, but before The Lord of the rings. And takes place in the wildlands area of middle earth.One of the biggest departures from...

  3. This is a wonderful reworking of the The One Ring (TOR) RPG material ... This is a wonderful reworking of the The One Ring (TOR) RPG material into a much more enjoyable 5E version game. One of my biggest problems with TOR was how it often felt more like playing a board-game (restrictive) than an RPG (open to player choices). That has been rectified. Very high quality and clearly the work of talented people that truly love the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. This is game for lovers of the books, not lovers of those awful movies.

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