The One Ring Files

The One Ring Roleplaying Game
published by Sophisticated Games Ltd
and Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd
For my fellow TOR players, please enjoy these unofficial gaming aids for your own personal use. I created them to enhance your Middle-earth roleplaying experience. Feel free to give me feedback by posting your thoughts here.

Adventures


  • Adventure: The Bats are Missing - Insects have infested the crops around the Long Lake as the bats from Mirkwood have mysteriously stopped foraging. If someone does not investigate, the Men of the Lake will suffer a shortage of food and be forced into poverty and hunger.
  • Adventure: The Pearl of Kings - In Southern Mirkwood the player-heroes search for an heirloom of Erebor.
  • Adventure: The Tomb of Sorrows - The companions try to discover the truth about the tomb of Amalelde the Sad. 
  • Adventure: The Cup of True Love - An adventure to retrieve the stolen cup of Hartfast, chieftain of Mountain Hall. 
  • The Hunting of the Wolves Campaign Outline - Seven adventure ideas leading up to the defeat of the Werewolf of Mirkwood. This campaign was written prior to the release of The Darkening of Mirkwood supplement. 

Loremaster Tools



Game Reviews


  • The One Ring Review Updated - Appropriate for the hardback edition. 
  • The One Ring Review - As posted on RPG.NET on 10.01.2012. This review contains the story, "Wargs in the Realm," which can be used as a teaching tool and a resource for demos, etc. Appropriate for the slipcase edition.

14 comments:

  1. One word...IMPRESSIVE !

    If you have time, look at my own blog (i do the same thing...in french)
    www.anneaunique.wordpress.com

    I'm glad i found your Blog
    MarcB

    P.S: Sorry for my english & can i put a link to your page on my blog ?


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  2. Thank you so much for the compliments! I sent you an email in reply.

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  3. Love what I've found as far as helps with the game, and your blog entries have been very welcome to a Christian that's been explaining to the more narrow-minded that Tolkien was one of us, and was instrumental in the conversion of C.S. Lewis to Christianity as well.

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  4. Wow. Shows a great love of Prof. Tolkien's work.

    Well done.

    David S.
    Minnesota, USA

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  5. {mouth agape} Wow! I think I'll be back here on a relatively regular basis. I am, at present, reading your Wild Adventures Rules, and am captivated. Thank you for all of this hard work.

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  6. Nan aear adh in elin! Thank you for your hard work. I'll be using these to inspire a neighborhood group of jr high students to unplug, widen their vision and level up!

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  7. Outstanding work .... Thank you for taking the time to create and share this with the rest of us :)

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    1. You are very welcome! I hope to get even more material available soon.

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  8. Thanks James. You really need to be working for Cubicle7.

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    1. Thanks for the implied compliment, whoever you are! For the record, I have done some freelance writing for Cubicle7, and I have worked their booth at GenCon. So, technically I do work for them :) My credits include compiling the index for The One Ring Roleplaying Game core rules (hardback), writing Nightmares of Angmar (the first adventure in Ruins of the North), and some small contributions to the Player's Guide for Adventures in Middle-earth.

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  9. Rev. Brown I've greatly enjoyed The Loremaster's Guide to Narrating Tolkien-style above and am eager to read parts 2 and 3. Are they available?

    Thanks!
    Andy P.

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    1. Sadly, I have not finished them. Nor am I sure that I ever will.

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