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The One Ring (role-playing game)

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'''''The One Ring: The Lord of the Rings Role-playing Game''''' is a forth-coming role-playing game in development by [[Cubicle 7 Entertainment]] and [[Sophisticated Games]]. It is planned to be released in early [[2011]].<ref>"Details of Cubicle-7's 'TOR: LotR'" (8 November 2010, mailing list message), on the Merp.com mailing list</ref>
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'''''The One Ring''''' is a forth-coming role-playing game in development by [[Cubicle 7 Entertainment]]. It is planned to be released in August [[2011]]. The game is written by Francesco Nepitello, and will feature cover art by [[John Howe]].<ref>[http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/19873.html 'The One Ring' RPG] at [http://www.icv2.com/index.php ICv2.com] (accessed 20 April 2011)</ref>
  
==From the publisher==
 
 
Cubicle 7 Entertainment and Sophisticated Games are proud to announce that they are jointly developing ''The One Ring: The Lord of the Rings® Role-playing Game''.
 
 
"We're tremendously excited about The One Ring," said Dominic McDowall-Thomas, Cubicle 7 Director. "Our aim is to give our audience an authentic Middle-earth gaming experience, one that really captures the feel of Tolkien's world."
 
 
The designer and lead writer of this project, Francesco Nepitello, is a games industry veteran, best known for the hugely successful and critically acclaimed War of the Ring strategy board game, which he designed with The One Ring co-designer Marco Maggi and Roberto di Meglio. A recipient of the International Gamers Award, War of the Ring is recognised by many 'Lord of the Rings' enthusiasts and hobby gamers alike as one of the most engaging recreations of the world-renowned fantasy saga by J.R.R. Tolkien. Francesco and Marco are the designers of other immersive board game titles like Marvel Super Heroes and Age of Conan, but started their game-designing careers creating Lex Arcana, the most successful and popular fantasy role-playing game published in Italy.
 
 
Francesco has designed the new LOTR RPG game system to make sure that players are completely immersed in Middle-earth from the moment they begin creating their characters. As an experienced designer of games based on JRR Tolkien, as well as being a lifelong devotee of the Tolkien works, Francesco brings a dimension -and a depth- to this RPG which has probably never been seen before in a LOTR game.
 
 
Robert Hyde, head of Cambridge (UK) based Sophisticated Games said, "When we first acquired the rights from Tolkien Enterprises to publish this RPG - as part of our wider LOTR book based board game license- we had no hesitation in approaching Francesco to conceive a completely fresh LOTR and The Hobbit RPG, and for him to be the writer. We knew that he possessed both these skills and that the game would be in very safe hands. His presentation of Middle-earth, along with stunning artwork from John Howe and others, brings this incredibly evocative and exciting world to life."
 
 
"We also approached Cubicle 7 to be our publishing partners on the new The One Ring RPG because we loved the quality of their previous publications and felt that Dominic and Angus (Abranson) had both the experience, and with the creation of Cubicle 7, the role playing game resources, to bring LOTR and The Hobbit to a very wide audience."
 
 
==External links==
 
 
*[http://www.cubicle-7.com/News/TORannounce.htm ''The One Ring'' on Cubicle 7]
 
 
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Revision as of 19:38, 20 April 2011

The name The One Ring refers to more than one character, item or concept. For a list of other meanings, see The One Ring (disambiguation).

The One Ring is a forth-coming role-playing game in development by Cubicle 7 Entertainment. It is planned to be released in August 2011. The game is written by Francesco Nepitello, and will feature cover art by John Howe.[1]

References

  1. 'The One Ring' RPG at ICv2.com (accessed 20 April 2011)