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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Adventures in Middle Earth (D&D 5e) Table of Contents Picture


Thanks to +Ray Chapel for pointing me to the Israeli gaming site that posted a pic of the Adventures in Middle Earth Player's Guide table of contents.

Of course, most interesting to be is The Classes. I'm glad I dont see any outright spell casters.

This might actually get me running some D&D 5e...

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  1. I have a feeling the scholar class is the magic user.

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    1. i agree, but not a caster like we expect one to be in D&D

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    2. Also aren't you on a 5E podcast? Or did that die off?

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    3. I dropped. Couldn't get my heart into it. As far as I know it's on hiatus now.

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  2. Have they posted a release date on this beautiful beast?

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    1. Pre-order the Adventures in Middle-earth Player’s Guide here, with a free PDF - the PDF is anticipated to be delivered in August, the print edition in the Autumn.

      Pre-order both the Adventures in Middle-earth Player’s Guide and Adventures in Middle-earth Loremaster’s Guide, with free PDFs here - the Player's Guide PDF is anticipated to be delivered in August, the print edition in the Autumn, the Loremaster PDF and print edition are both anticipated Autumn 2016.

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    2. Where? There are no hyperlinks.

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    3. http://shop.cubicle7store.com/Adventures-in-Middle-Earth-Players-Guide

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    4. http://shop.cubicle7store.com/Adventures-in-Middle-earth-Players-Guide-and-Loremasters-Guide-PDFs

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  3. Leader is a strange class for an RPG.

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  4. Just as long as we get incredible mounds of hit points, healing magic, and resurrections to give it the true Tolkien feel.

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  6. The only thing that interests me is the Virtues. I'm hoping they're not just Alignments by another name.

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  7. This looks like an almost direct port of The One Ring to 5E. If you are curious about the classes, virtues, etc. I think if you cross-reference the TOR materials, you'll see those indicators. The biggest difficulty I saw with TOR is people rejecting the Tolkien mores: The Valar = Good, Melkor/Sauron = Evil. All the cultural stuff in one way or another descends from that schema. If you just abandon that, the game really is simply D&D with a cosmetic LotR shell.

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  8. I will pick up the PDF and see if it grabs me. 5e has TOO much magic baked into its' bones for my tastes, this might calm that down some. I hope.

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