Ruins of the North for The One Ring Roleplaying Game is available to purchase now from DrivethruRPG and RPGNow!
As well as being available to purchase now as a PDF, you can also pre-order the print supplement at our webstore here, or at your local games store - Participating Bits and Mortar retailers also offer a PDF copy on pre-order.
Ruins of the North comprises six standalone adventures for The One Ring that can be played as an epic campaign across Eriador and is the companion volume to Rivendell.
Children kidnapped in the night, unusually cunning Trolls, a mysterious caravan, the fate of a company of Hobbits, the legacy of the Dúnedain and an evil awakening beneath the barrows – six new stories set in the ancient land of Eriador. Six adventures that need a company of heroes to undertake them.
Ruins of the North contains six ready-to-play adventures, complete scenarios that can be played separately or as an epic series spanning a number of years. All adventurers are set in the years prior to 2977, and take place in the lands surrounding Rivendell.
Ruins of the North complements the background and rules material contained in Rivendell, the latest supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game based upon The Hobbit™ and The Lord of the Rings™.
Delve into the ruins of overgrown Fornost, walk amidst the cairns of the Barrow-downs and venture to the lair of the Witch-king of Angmar himself, the ancient city of Carn Dûm — if you have the courage!
Written by Francesco Nepitello, Andrew Kenrick, Adam Dials, James Brown, Richard Harrison, T.S. Luikart, Marco Rafalá and James M. Spahn. Illustrated by Andrew Hepworth, Jon Hodgson, Sam Manley and Jeremy McHugh, and Jan Pospisil.
Pre-orders for the print edition of Ruins of the North are also open now, and all pre-orders via our store or participating Bits and Mortar retailers also come with a PDF.
About The One Ring
The One Ring Roleplaying Game is based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Chock full of incredible artwork by leading artists, including John Howe and Jon Hodgson, and with evocative rules designed by award-winning games designer Francesco Nepitello, there has never been a Lord of the Rings game that’s more evocative of Tolkien’s unique vision. Along with rich and detailed background information, rules that focus on Tolkien’s themes, character types unique to the world and a setting that changes as the Tale of Years progresses, when you play The One Ring Roleplaying Game you really feel like you are playing in Middle-earth.