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Adventures in Middle-earth - Lonely Mountain Region Guide

With Smaug the Dragon defeated and the Dwarves of Erebor returning to their ancient mansion, the land east of Mirkwood resounds once more with the din of hammer on anvil. King Bard has completed the rebuilding of Dale, the City of Bells. The furnaces of the Lonely Mountain are relit, and the toy-market is reopened. Travellers, merchants and adventurers turn North once again to seek their fortunes as hope returns to Wilderland.
Packed with new information on some of the best-known locales and characters described in The Hobbit, this invaluable guide for players and Loremasters alike describes the Dwarf-hold of Erebor, the city of Dale, the surrounding regions and the many different activities to undertake there.
Also included:
• Rules for creating your own Dragons as well as a set of fearsome foes as examples
• New Dwarven artefacts and enchantments and the art of their making
• The long history of the war between Dwarves and Orcs and relics from that conflict
• Two playable cultures — expanded rules for Dwarves of the Iron Hills and the new Dwarves of the Grey Mountains
• A complete set of journey tables for the region and advice on trips within a city
Lonely Mountain Region Guide contains material previously released as Erebor The Lonely Mountain for The One Ring Roleplaying Game, fully converted to be compatible with Adventures in Middle-earth and the OGL rules.
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Joshua T April 01, 2019 2:35 am UTC
One of the few times I feel they took a huge step back, as there are already books with both dwarf cultures already in it, this one seems to just retread old ground and make those Dwarves worse. Where in one ring the iron foot armor made sense, and it was a better version of the dwarf wrought, this was a massive step down from its counterpart. The core book armor is 17 ac, immunity to crits, and no disadvantage on stealth. This armor is, if you have 12 dex, 15 ac and no disadvantage on stealth. I feel someone should have had a talk and ask what was the point of this armor as it is worthless by comparison.

There are more than just 3 types of Dwarves in middle earth, this should have had some of the others in here and left the other two alone as they are already in other books. Also they should have done something else with the grey mountain dwarves as it is just a poor version of the Erebor Dwarves. They should have broken away from the DnD lines and made it more of it's own thing with the secondary...See more
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