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Folklore, v. The Lion and the Unicorn, v. Filologia e literatura: Todas as letras, n. Running widdershins round Middle-earth: Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis, v. Stolen language, cosmic models: Middle-earth meets New Zealand: Journal of Management Studies, 42,5, july They had learned their smith craft from the Dwarves of the Lonely Mountain and many of our mail shirts and weapons were crafted by their skilful hands.
Now that they have returned to Dale, they will be sorely missed. Beornings Beornings Beornings Beornings: Their Lord is a mighty warrior who, it is said, wanders the vales in the form of a great bear. Their numbers are small, but swell daily as many Woodmen clans give over their allegiance to him. A few cohorts of our own people have sworn fealty to him as well. We missed their spears when the Orcs came to Dwarrowhall. Dwarves of the Lonely Mountain: It is said that Dwarrowhall was built by Dwarves who dwelt in a massive underground city in the nearby mountains.
All that I know is that there are no Dwarves there now. I have gazed in wonder on the lake that lies in the Dimrill Dale and have even approached the stair to their old city gates, before being chased away by the foul goblins who now infest that ancient place. I have never laid eyes upon a Dwarf and I feared, until recently, that they may be so diminished in number that I never would.
Now I hear that Smaug the Terrible is slain and that there is a King, once more, under the mountain. Strange days we live in. Elves of Mirkwood: They are reputed to be fair of form and speech, but merciless in battle with vast armies of spearmen and archers at their King's beck and call. Would that they were our allies but, alas, distance and their rumoured mistrust of mankind makes this impossible.
Hobbits of the Shire: I heard a strange tale from a Woodman of Rhosgobel, who heard it from a Barding merchant of Dale.
This Woodman told me that the small folk, the 'Holbytlan', have returned to the Anduin Vales. It is, of course, a nonsense.
My father told me tales of these 'halflings' and how they once lived along the banks of the Rive Gladden, but they are long since lost to the mists of time. Of course, this Woodman swore the Daleman's words to be true. He said that the 'Holbytlan' operate a hostelry near the Forest Gate and that one of them was somehow involved in the death of the dragon, Smaug. A nation of merchants and shopkeepers, they dwell in a great wooden city that floats on the waters of a long lake, lying to the north east of Mirkwood.
They are canny traders and capable warriors. I hear that their boats now sail down the rivers as far as the lands of the Easterlings. Woodmen of Wilderland: They are decent people for the most part, although I have heard tales that a few of them have given their allegiance to the Shadow. They breed great hounds, used for hunting and battle and they afford them the same respect that we do our horses. The Brown Wizard dwells among them at the settlement of 'Brown Hay' and they avail of his protection.
Would that we had such a powerful patron or ally. This blessing enables the character to fight effectively from horseback without spending points of Hope. This extra die represents the tactical advantage that a trained warrior, from a mounted culture, has over his foes All melee attacks against opponents on foot use the Favoured Body Attribute for damage determination on greater and extraordinary successes and, if able, the opponent must roll the Feat Die twice and take the lesser result when attacking the mounted character unless they possess the Shadow Ability: This is the daily life and heritage of the Leofrings.
Whether mounted as an outrider for your 'cohort' or scouting for fresh pastures for the herds, this is the life you had lived until the Orcs came. They attacked your people at Dwarrowhall during the gathering for the festival of Yuletide. Many were slain and many more were dragged off into bondage by these vile denizens of the mountains.
Most of those who survived live now on the borders of Rohan, afraid to return to their homeland. You are not afraid and you hope to gather friends and to cement alliances between all of the free folk of the vales, the better to fend off the followers of the Shadow and permit your kin to return to their homes. You rarely stop in any one place for more than a few days and have found yourself made welcome among the Woodmen of Mirkwood and the followers of Lord Beorn.
In bygone years, your father had served with this group of men. From him you learned how to observe and listen carefully for approaching danger. The men at the ford have often been hard pressed to keep it open, but have yet to fail in their duty. One day, you hope to join this illustrious band. Your mother was the only daughter of a local Thane and you had always considered yourself to be of her people, rather than your father's. Oh, how you had envied their freedom to come and go at will, instead of having to work the forge, day in and day out.
Now, struggling to simply exist in the ruins of Dwarrowhall, you have heard of the rise of the new Kingdom of Dale. Your father and mother are both gone, slain in the sack of the town, and the prospect of a new life beyond Dwarrowhall has drawn your forth from your mourning. Among the men of your cohort, it was said that you had the skill to soothe a wild horse with a few gestures and gentle words when others would need to break it's spirit to train it.
Your cohort has been dispersed and the herd scattered. Perhaps it is time for you to make your way in the world by other means. Your family have long been repositories of these oral traditions and the ancient histories of your people are well known to you. Around the night fires of your 'cohort', your father would regale the children with humorous tales to send them off to a contented slumber. In times of strife, he would seek to inspire the men with the heroic tales of Frama, of Leofr and of Eorl the Young.
Now, you are driven from your home and your cohort are scattered.
With none left to impart your knowledge to, you have decided to create a story of your own. Your people have fought them all and in all of those battles of yesteryear, the names of your forebears are remembered with honour among the captains and champions of the Leofrings.
Your people have been driven forth, but 'you' will not go quietly into exile. You have girt your loins with leather and iron and mounted your steed to bring the wrath of your people to the defilers of your homeland. They tend to favour names that are Rohirric in style.
Male Names: Female Names: OR the 1 supplementary Experience point. Experience Points Awards Ratio Advancement Points Awards Ratio The amount of Experience points to give to players Loremasters should consider that the Advancement has been calculated considering an average of 3 point costs for raising Common skills have been sessions of play for each complete Adventuring phase.
The Loremaster selects the consequences by rolling a Feat die and using the table below. For each C icon produced on the Feat die while making the test fails automatically. C Dangerous Meeting The Loremaster improvises a combat encounter.
As always. If the Loremaster described below to determine the nature of each Hazard prefers to reflect the characteristics of the traversed region.
Each episode title Hazards: The difficulty of all skill rolls is TN If the roll fails. Hazards Check if at least one character has been assigned to the role selected for the Hazard prior to the start of the journey. If the rolling player passes the test. Sample Hazard Episodes The examples listed below show the Loremaster how a Hazard episode should be presented. Fatigue Tests Describe the Hazard Add to the end: Once the companion or companions who is the protagonist of the Hazard episode has been selected and You immediately increase your Fatigue score by a number the consequences of failure determined.
If no one volunteers. If Hazards represent unexpected hindrances and obstacles no hero assumed the selected role. Fatigue tests. Dangerous Meeting Endurance point. On a failure. Wrong the consequences of a Hazard episode. Weariness The guide has lost the path he was meant to follow and A companion may be forced by the circumstances to scrambles to recover the lost trail to keep heading in the start a journey while still recovering from injuries or right direction while traversing a trackless area.
As usual. The companions resume their normal pace of recovery On a failure. Misery dice see Preliminary Rolls. All companions make a table. Travelling heroes recover a reduced number of Endurance Cruel Weather Scout. Most descriptions depict the Hazard episode in Corruption test. Due to the general Choices discomfort of the travelling accomodations. At the end of an Worn with Sorrow and Toil All companions. Fatigue In addition to the rules for Tolerance.
Wound A dangerous predator has followed the tracks or the scent Before combat at close quarters is joined.
The reserves of food have been spoilt. Strain points for every prolonged rest they enjoy. Evaluating the Outcome of for the rest of the journey. The creature instead becomes Weary but keeps dared to cross the cursed spot. Dark Lord if the test fails. Tainted Treasure tremendous goblin with a huge head… Add in the following new section: The creature is so resilient and tough that it is not knocked There for ages his huge bones could be seen in calm out or killed when reduced to 0 Endurance or if wounded weather amid the ruined piles of the old town.
The companions succeeded beyond their expectations. The treasure found within the lair of some Athletics against a TN equal to Then test upon finding tainted treasure. Attribute Level Great Success and some additional positive consequence is This replaces the three Attributes used to describe player- added to their reward. But few once.
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