Get The Eaves Of Mirkwood & Loremaster Screen From Cubicle 7

March 7, 2018 by brennon

Cubicle 7 has now released their Eaves Of Mirkwood Adventure & Loremaster Screen combo in the US this month with it being already available in the UK.

Adventures In Middle-earth Eaves Of Mirkwood - Cubicle 7

The Eaves of Mirkwood is an introductory adventure for those looking to step into Adventures In Middle-earth. You don't even need the Player's and Loremaster's Guide in order to run this introductory session, just the regular books for D&D 5th Edition. Also included in the pack is the wonderful Loremaster Screen which will be very helpful for those running games.

  • A beautiful and functional four panel, heavyweight Loremaster’s Screen, featuring an inspiring vista of Lake-town on one side and a collection of handy reference tables to keep your games flowing seamlessly on the other. The PDF version features a handy 4 page PDF of reference tables.
  • Eaves of Mirkwood: a 32-page adventure that makes a perfect introduction to Adventures in Middle-earth for new players, or a handy episode to drop into your existing campaign. The Company finds themselves setting out from Woodmen-town to travel through the Eaves of Mirkwood towards Lake-town. When the Journey goes awry they must draw swords in aid of a village beleaguered by the dreaded Greymuzzle Hob. Using cut down rules and offering lots of advice, Eaves of Mirkwood is a great starting point for your Adventures in Middle-earth.
  • Six pre-generated characters on loose leaf character sheets. (Or in a separate file in the PDF version).
  • A sheet of suggested optional rules for the Warden and Scholar classes.

This is designed as a great entry level adventure for those looking to delve into this game world of Middle-earth. I have been slowly working towards my first session of this game myself and I can't wait to get started.

Are you going to give this a look?

"You don't even need the Player's and Loremaster's Guide in order to run this introductory session..."

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