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The One Ring x2

The One Ring x2

Monday 16 December 2019
In December 2019 we resurrected two offers featuring the official Cubicle 7 Entertainment FRPG based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, The One Ring™ Roleplaying Game. We revived both the original October 2015 The One Ring Bundle and its companion collection from December 2017, One Ring Journeys (formerly titled The One Ring +2).

For this revival we added new titles to both lineups — and if you bought an offer during its earlier runs, you received that offer’s newly added titles automatically on your Wizard’s Cabinet download page on the Bundle of Holding site and in your DriveThruRPG Library. When you buy a Bundle of Holding offer, you never worry about missing titles added later — even much later.

This was our customers’ last chance to get these two bargain-priced Bundle of Holding offers before Cubicle 7 ceases publishing the One Ring game line in 2020. Between them, these two offers encompassed the entire C7 TOR line.

1. THE ONE RING [from Oct 2015]

Previously revived twice before (in November 2016 and December 2017), The One Ring Bundle had the core rules and key supplements. There were four titles in this revived offer’s Starter Collection (retail value $83) as DRM-free .PDFs, including the complete The One Ring Roleplaying Game core rules, the Loremaster’s Screen and Lake-town Guide, and two titles previously presented in the companion One Ring +2 collection (December 2017): the Adventurer’s Companion and Journeys and Maps. (Again, if you bought this offer during any earlier run, you also got these newly added titles.)

Those who paid more than this revival’s threshold (average) price also got this offer’s entire Bonus Collection with four more titles worth an additional $84, including Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan’s epic campaign The Darkening of Mirkwood and its accompanying supplement Heart of the Wild, plus the Rivendell location guide and the adventure collection Tales from Wilderland.  

[formerly The One Ring +2, Dec 2017]

This December 2017 companion collection was originally titled “The One Ring +2.” But the idea of a +2 modifier on Sauron’s One Ring — urgh, that just bugged us. This revival’s newly expanded lineup, which added recent location guides for Rohan and Bree, got a new name to emphasize its wide range: “One Ring Journeys.”

There were three titles in this revived offer’s Starter Collection (retail value $83), including Horse-Lords of Rohan, Erebor – The Lonely Mountain, and Ruins of the North.

This offer’s Bonus Collection had three more titles worth an additional $63, all newly added for this revival: the wide-ranging adventure collection The Laughter of Dragons, the Bree location guide, and a collection of Rohan adventures, Oaths of the Riddermark. (And, to repeat: If you purchased this offer during its original December 2017 run, you automatically got all three of these newly added titles.)

Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to these two One Ring revivals’ designated charity, Ocean Conservancy.  

The One Ring resources

Though it offers little about tabletop roleplaying, don”t miss the large Tolkien resource site Council of Elrond.

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