It’s a high-res print, measures about 50cm by 70cm and comes in a custom-made 230mm frame.
It is the first time the rights to the iconic fantasy series have been sold since 1976 when The Saul Zaentz company bought them.
I’ve dug through the reviews, and people say it’s a good size but thinner than expected. The thinness seems to be okay, though, even welcome as it’s still warm.
Instantly recognizable from writings on legendary items such as the One Ring, the script of Tengwar was created by the ancient Elf Fëanor and eventually replaced the runelike Cirth to become the text of choice for Elvish languages such as Sindarin: the language featured on this set.
Cartography is a beautiful focal point for any room. It looks fantastic, it’s a discussion point, it’s a flag of fandom, an icebreaker, a reference, and you will discover new details for months to come.
On schedule, Free League Publishing launched the Kickstarter for the new look and second edition of The One Ring RPG.
As you would hope, they have the Castle of the Crystal (during the Skeksis’ rule) as well as before.
Welcome to back Genre police, a new series of articles where I take a look at a genre or sub-genre, how it has been handled in gaming and how we can implement that in our games. This column we are going to take a look at the one of the two Big Dogs of Fantasy […]
Games Workshop used to see its share price flick up and down depending on how well the Lords of the Rings or Hobbit movies had done at the box office. They had the wargame and miniature license. Cubicle 7 has the RPG license, done well with The One Ring and is taking a very different […]
Have you ever accused someone of not being a “proper geek”? If so; you may not like what you’re about to see in The Orc Dance below. Or did you love it? You can download the song from iTunes. The recap is pretty surreal. There’s an orc pack chasing some rangers through the woods. One […]