The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild
|The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild|
|Editor||Dominic McDowall-Thomas, David Thomas Moore|
|Illustrator||John Howe, Jon Hodgson, Tomasz Jȩdruszek, Paul Bourne|
|Publisher||Cubicle 7 Entertainment|
|Format||Boxed set (paperbacks)|
|Pages||192 (Adventurer's Book) + 144 (Loremaster's Book)|
The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild is the core set for The One Ring role-playing game.
The boxed set is the first release for the game system, and includes a Loremaster's Book, an Adventurer's Book, two maps, and dice.
 From the back
"The Wild was still the Wild, and there were many other things in it in those days besides goblins"
Smaug has been defeated, the Battle of Five Armies has been won, and Bilbo has returned to the Shire. The War of the Ring is still several generations away. In the relative peace, the Free Peoples of Wilderland look beyond their borders for the first time, establishing trade routes, renewing bonds between their cultures, and bringing prosperity to the region of northern Mirkwood, the Lonely Mountain, and the eastern slopes of the Misty Mountains.
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 . . . .
The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild is the newest fantasy roleplaying game set in the world of The HobbitTM and The Lord of the RingsTM. It provides you with everything you need to begin your adventures in Middle-earth, including:
- 192 page Adventurer's Book
- 144 page Loremaster's Book
- Two 22"x17" maps
- Customised The One Ring dice
The One Ring: Adventures over the Edge of the Wild is the first core set for The One Ring roleplaying game. Set five years after the events narrated in The Hobbit, it introduces players to the world of Middle-earth focusing on Wilderland, the region visited by Bilbo in his journey to the Lonely Mountain. Future core and supplemental publications will advance the timeline and explore other areas of Middle-earth.