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== Description ==
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{{disambig-two|the game published by [[Iron Crown Enterprises|ICE]]|game published by [[Decipher]]|[[The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Adventure Game]]}}
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'''Lord of the Rings Adventure Game''' (LOR or LoR) is a role-playing game based on the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien (specifically ''The Lord of the Rings'' and ''The Hobbit'') under license from Tolkien Enterprises. [[Iron Crown Enterprises]] published the game until they lost the license on 22 Sep 1999.
 
'''Lord of the Rings Adventure Game''' (LOR or LoR) is a role-playing game based on the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien (specifically ''The Lord of the Rings'' and ''The Hobbit'') under license from Tolkien Enterprises. [[Iron Crown Enterprises]] published the game until they lost the license on 22 Sep 1999.
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*(1991) [[Darker than the Darkness]]
 
*(1991) [[Darker than the Darkness]]
 
*(1993) [[Over the Misty Mountains Cold]]
 
*(1993) [[Over the Misty Mountains Cold]]
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Two more sequel books were promised to be available (''Before the Goblins'' in 1993 and ''Greatest of the Forests'' in 1994), but never reached publication.
  
 
== Further developments ==
 
== Further developments ==
  
Brian Gross has created a fantasy RPG system called ''Middle-earth Adventure Game'' (MEAG), which is a generalization and expansion of the rules created by ICE for the [[Middle-earth Quest]] books and for the [[Lord of the Rings Adventure Game]]. MEAG is specifically designed for Middle-earth gaming with new role-players in mind. It is suitable for introductory play, but is complete enough to be used by anyone who does not want complex rules to get between the players and the roleplaying.  
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Brian Gross has created a fantasy RPG system called ''Middle-earth Adventure Game'' (MEAG), which is a generalization and expansion of the rules created by ICE for the [[Middle-earth Quest]] books and for the Lord of the Rings Adventure Game. MEAG is specifically designed for Middle-earth gaming with new role-players in mind. It is suitable for introductory play, but is complete enough to be used by anyone who does not want complex rules to get between the players and the roleplaying.  
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_of_the_Rings_Adventure_Game Wikipedia LoR article]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_of_the_Rings_Adventure_Game Wikipedia LoR article]
*[http://fanmodules.free.fr/Our%20Resources/MEAG/ MEAG files on the Fan modules community site]
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*[http://merp.com/Members/imposteraz MEAG files on MERP.com]
 
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Revision as of 23:00, 1 November 2012

This article is about the game published by ICE. For the game published by Decipher, see The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Adventure Game.
LoR logotype

Lord of the Rings Adventure Game (LOR or LoR) is a role-playing game based on the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien (specifically The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit) under license from Tolkien Enterprises. Iron Crown Enterprises published the game until they lost the license on 22 Sep 1999.

Publications

Two more sequel books were promised to be available (Before the Goblins in 1993 and Greatest of the Forests in 1994), but never reached publication.

Further developments

Brian Gross has created a fantasy RPG system called Middle-earth Adventure Game (MEAG), which is a generalization and expansion of the rules created by ICE for the Middle-earth Quest books and for the Lord of the Rings Adventure Game. MEAG is specifically designed for Middle-earth gaming with new role-players in mind. It is suitable for introductory play, but is complete enough to be used by anyone who does not want complex rules to get between the players and the roleplaying.

External links

Licensed Pen-and-paper RPGs set in Middle-earth
 Iron Crown Enterprises:  (1982-1997) Middle-earth Role Playing · (1991-1993) Lord of the Rings Adventure Game
 Decipher:  (2002-2005) The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game · (2001) The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Adventure Game
 Cubicle 7:  (2011-) The One Ring