Middle-earth Map Reveal

This #TORsday we are delighted to share the map of Middle-earth for The One Ring – The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game!

“I wisely started with a map.”

The new edition of The One Ring will see players venture to new and previously unexplored lands, and tread the well worn paths they have travelled for years, so we knew players and Loremasters alike would need a complete map of Middle-earth. To take on this mammoth task we needed a truly gifted cartographer, so we sought out the services of the incredible Jared Blando. Jared has created some of the most memorable and iconic maps in tabletop roleplaying so we knew he would deliver a truly special version of Middle-earth. And he has done just that.

“Not all those who wander are lost.”

This behemoth of a map is packed with details to be found. From the Hobbit Holes that dot The Shire…

To the creatures that lurk in the darkened boughs of Mirkwood…

To the Lands of the Steward and the ever watchful eye from Barad-dûr.

The keen-eyed may have noticed that this wonderful map is depicted on the slipcase for the Collector’s Edition, picked out in spot UV. You can pre-order the Collector’s Edition of The One Ring – The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game here, and the Standard Edition here.

Next week, Jacob will continue his series of articles on the new edition with a look at Journeys and we’ll share a look at the Player’s Map and Loremaster’s Map. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest news for The One Ring.

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