We’re pleased to be able to update on the progress of Ruins of the North, our forthcoming adventure anthology for The One Ring Roleplaying Game; it has left the printers and is en route to our warehouses both in the US and the UK. If you’ve not pre-ordered it yet, then you still have a little bit of time left to do so!
We’re also over the moon to have been nominated for two Origins Awards! Both our card game, Hobbit Tales, and The Darkening of Mirkwood campaign for The One Ring are up for Best RPG Supplement. Our first card game, Doctor Who: The Card Game, won an Origins Award when it was first released, so let’s see if we can scoop a second one with our second card game; and Shadows over Scotland won an Origins Award for Best RPG Supplement, so let's see if we can add another trophy from that category to our cabinet!
Those of you lucky enough to be at the GAMA Trade Show, eagle-eyed internet super sleuths and uber-fans on our forums might have already seen the cover image for our next supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game: Horse-lords of Rohan.
But, for everybody else, we thought we’d show it in all its glory today!
You can never have enough dice, that's something every gamer knows to be true. And, with that in mind, we’re pleased to announce that our new Green Dice Set for use with The One Ring Roleplaying Game is available to pre-order on our webstore now! They will also be available in all good games stores in May.
We’ve also restocked the original bone-coloured version of The One Ring Dice Set, just in case you don’t have enough dice – we’re joking of course, we know you can never have enough dice!
For the past decade and more, March 4th has been firmly established on gamers’ calendars the world over as GM’s Day, the day to show your GM (or Keeper or DM or Storyteller) how much you appreciate them!
We’re celebrating GM’s Day with a massive sale on many of our PDFs over at DriveThruRPG – you can get 30% off some of our best products, from the brand-new Ruins of the North to the critically acclaimed Doctor Who Sourcebooks, and many more besides.
Not only did last week see The Trail of the Scorpion appear in stores, a preview of the art for The Curse of Nineveh and a teaser trailer for the World War Cthulhu Kickstarter, but also Ruins of the North, the latest supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game, was released.
This week’s no less busy, with another peek at World War Cthulhu, a spotlight on one of the Doctor’s most infamous villains and more besides!
But first, check out this free sample from Ruins of the North and find out more about the adventures your company can embark upon west over the Misty Mountains.
Ruins of the North for The One Ring Roleplaying Game is available for pre-order at our webstore now. Ruins of the North comprises six standalone adventures that can be played as an epic campaign across Eriador and is the companion volume to Rivendell.
All pre-orders come with a complementary copy of the PDF version. The PDF is available now, the print copy is expected Spring 2015. Preorder at our web store, at your local games store, or pick the the PDF version now.
In a moment we’re going to present our third preview of Ruins of the North, the next supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game, with a first look at the gorgeous wraparound cover artwork by Jon Hodgson.
But first, we’re delighted to be nominated for two Golden Geek awards over at BoardGameGeek for the Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space Limited Edition, and for The One Ring Roleplaying Game. We’d really appreciate the support if you go and vote for them!
Tomorrow we’ll be taking another look at Ruins of the North in our next preview, then later in the week we’ll have a peek at the layout for The Lone Wolf Adventure Game, talking some more about World War Cthulhu and we’ll reveal the cover for a very exciting book indeed!
But first up, we start the week with some new reviews for The One Ring and its supplements.
Inspired by some gaming of our own at the weekend and a new review, we thought we’d take a fresh look at our ENnie Award-winning Hobbit Tales card game, which is our fast and fun storytelling card game that can also be used with The One Ring Roleplaying Game.
Then, later in the week, copies of Concert in Flames – our guidebook to Victoriana Europe – is hitting stores in the US, and we’ll be taking a look at what the future holds for World War Cthulhu. Here’s a clue: what you’ve seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg.
At the end of last week we took a first look at Ruins of the North, the next supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game. We thought we’d kick the week off by looking at the rest of the adventures found within it.
Ruins of the North is an adventure anthology containing six ready-to-play adventures set within Eriador. It is designed to complement the material found within Rivendell, which is in all good gaming stores now.