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Amazon and M-e RPGs

Poll: Amazon and M-e RPGs
For sure! 1 / 17%
Very likely! 1 / 17%
Eh, maybe. 3 / 50%
Why? Just adapt TOR, MERP, etc. 1 / 17%
What's an RPG? 0 / 0%
6 total votes


Jan 10, 2:54pm

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Amazon and M-e RPGs

How likely is it, in your opinion, that Amazon's gaming division will release their own Second Age Middle-earth tabletop role-playing game?



Jan 10, 3:58pm

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I donít think they will

But Iíd love to play if they did!

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Jan 10, 6:44pm

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If there's money it in, sure. /


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Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

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Jan 10, 7:03pm

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The One Ring Roleplaying Game is set between the years of the Quest of Erebor and the War of the Ring. The default setting for the Middle-earth Role Playing game (MERP) was the middle of the Third Age (circa 1640). Decipher's The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game was, like TOR, set between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, but was meant to be versatile enough to accommodate adve ntures anytime from the First Age to the Fourth.

The Second Age is pretty much wide open.