The Lord Of The Rings™ Roleplaying
Tales From Eriador 5E
Tales From Eriador is a beautifully illustrated hardback compendium containing six adventures for The Lord of the Rings™ Roleplaying, the 5E adaptation of the The One Ring™ tabletop roleplaying game based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. All set in the lone-lands of north-western Middle-earth, the adventures can be played individually, or as part of a larger tale.
- A Troll-Hole, If Ever There Was One and Kings of Little Kingdoms are both relatively self-contained adventures, but still hint at a growing danger.
- Messing About In Boats involves directly one member of the Company, in an unexpected way!
- Not To Strike Without Need and Wonder of the Northern World follow the slow infiltration of spies of the Enemy.
- Finally, The Quest of Amon Guruthos challenges the heroes to battle an ancient evil.
NOTE: You will get access to a full PDF shortly after purchase, via DrivethruRPG.
Now they had gone on far into the Lone-lands, where there were no people left, no inns, and the roads grew steadily worse. Not far ahead were dreary hills, rising higher and higher, dark with trees. On some of them were old castles with an evil look, as if they had been built by wicked people.
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“The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying changes the mechanics of Dungeons & Dragons to provide memorable adventures in a low-magic setting where exploration and fellowship is as important as combat.”IGN
“If you are a regular player of Dungeons & Dragons and have a desire to tread the lands of Eriador this manual is absolutely for you.”No Dice Unrolled
“For those wanting to bring Middle-earth to their diehard 5E group, The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying is the only game in town and an outstanding one at that.”RPG.Net Review