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On schedule, Free League Publishing launched the Kickstarter for the new look and second edition of The One Ring RPG.
The new edition, also created by Francesco Nepitello, offers streamlined rules and promises to "bring players further into the Twilight of the Third Age".
Cancellations strike the big conventions, but there's more happening online, and such an event might introduce a new campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons.
Francesco Nepitello will be making changes to the rules. The game will not use the Year Zero engine.
Due out at the end of the year after a collaboration between Sideshow and Iron Studios are a series of absolutely adorable Lord of the Rings models.
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Free League Publishing, the company behind Tales from the Loop, Mutant: Year Zero, Forbidden Lands and Alien will be publishing a new edition of The One RIng.
As you would hope, they have the Castle of the Crystal (during the Skeksis' rule) as well as before.
Today an Adventures in Middle-earth bundle launched on Humble, and it's called The Lord of the Rings - Final Encore. So, yeah. I'm calling it. It's the final encore.