Oaths of the Riddermark Review

There’s a new book of adventures for The One Ring and it’s all about Rohan! A companion book to Horse-lords of Rohan, this set of six adventures is a great way to change things up for an established Wilderland-based group or a set of adventures for an all southern campaign.

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A Breath of Fresh Air

After reading through The Bridges We Burn, I was eager to look at Janek Seilicki’s newest scenario: A Breath of Fresh Air. It’s a strange mix of D&D tropes and bizarre sci-fi, much like Numenera itself, that provides a great plot for a gaming group through one session or beyond.

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The Bridges We Burn Review

The Bridges We Burn is a five-part adventure series for Numenera written by Janek Sielicki intended for Tier 3 characters. It’s a Cypher product, meaning that groups in other Cypher games might find a lot to use in here, but it should be most exciting to Numenera fans. And excited you should definitely be.

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AME Conversion: A Darkness in the Marshes

Another adaptation for a Tales From Wilderland adventure to Adventures in Middle Earth. This is another option for my players (along with Those Who Tarry No Longer) and I’m not sure which I hope they pick. They’re leaning towards Radagast, though, so I’m guessing it will be this one!

A Darkness In the Marshes
for Adventures in Middle Earth

AME Conversion: The Marsh Bell

Like I said last time, the adventures produced for The One Ring RPG are a great source of material for your Adventures in Middle Earth game. I’m certainly using them and tonight I will be running my group’s first adventure in Middle Earth (see what I did there?). I’m going to be running The Marsh Bell from the Loremaster’s Guide of TOR, a great adventure with some Tolkien staples and many new surprises.

You can find the pdf below; if you end up running it, let me know how it went! This pdf was made using The Homebrewery with some material borrowed and adapted from the Zero Hit Points website.

The Marsh Bell for Adventures in Middle Earth