Michael Scott Rohan’s Winter of the World RPG Core Rulebook, hardback roleplaying game
“Morvan Morlanhal! Morvan shall arise!
“I have crossed a whole wide land, and sought out the duergar in their mountain fastnesses, and lived with them two long years; I have lived with the alvar of the forests, Tapiau’s Children, and escaped the forest’s power. I have sailed the Seas of the Sunrise, I have fought beside an exiled lord against the Ekwesh by land and sea, and when he won himself a kingdom. I have battled a dragon beneath the earth, and the Ice-witch herself on a palace stair – aye, and bested her! And yet I would far sooner be a man whole and at peace, in a land I made my own, with my true love by my side.”
Mastersmith Elof Valantor in The Hammer of the Sun
The chronicles of the Winter of the World echo down the ages in half-remembered myth and song – tales of the mysterious powers of the Mastersmiths, of the forging of great weapons, of the subterranean kingdoms of the Duergar, of gods who walk abroad… and of the Powers of the Ice, endlessly seeking dominion.
Michael Scott Rohan has told the tales of those times in six epic, award-winning novels. Now you can join the adventures! Fight against the menace of the ruthless Ekwesh raiders and their evil shamans. Join the corsairs of Bryhaine. Trek the sinister forests of Tapiau’la-an-Aithen. Explore the mighty ruins of Kermorvan the City. Sail the Sunset Sea and behold once more the High Gate of Kerys. Fight dragons in the cavernous kingdoms of the Duergar. Forge weapons of great might and join the fight against the darkly beautiful Louhi and the Powers of the Ice itself!
The Winter of the World RPG contains everything you need to start role-playing in the world of Michael Scott Rohan’s fantasy novels. Using the simple but elegant OneDice rules, it plunges you into a world of powerful heroes, meddling gods and an ancient icy menace that seeks the extinction of life itself.
The book also contains character creation rules and creature stats for the 5th Edition of the world’s favourite role-playing game.”