Côté Cubicle7 (version anglaise), un nouveau membre de Cubicle7 a posté le message ci-dessous sur un groupe facebook de MJ The One Ring (https://www.facebook.com/groups/TORLguild/). Cela donne quelques explications pour leur "trou d'air" cette année.
I wanted to pop in and say hi. My name is Emmet Byrne, and I’m a producer with Cubicle 7. I joined C7 back in October and I oversee The One Ring, Adventures in Middle-earth, and our upcoming Age of Sigmar RPG. After the whirlwind of October with the launch of Warhammer Fantasy 4th Edition and our trip to Essen, I’ve been using November to drop into the communities for my lines and share news.
So currently Cubicle 7 is undergoing a restructuring and expansion (hence me joining the team!) which is why communication has been lacking recently. I aim to improve that in the future so if I can help or you have any questions, let me know and I'll do what I can. The growth of the team will allow us to release far more content more regularly and should go a long way to preventing long droughts between products and news.
As I’m sure folks are aware, our next product for The One Ring is The Laughter of Dragons (lovely cover image below for those who haven’t seen it). Pre-orders for Laughter of Dragons will go live by the end of November with physical books landing end of Q1/start of Q2 2019.
After Laughter of Dragons we will look towards Moria, which has been teased for a long time. Moria will be coming to Kickstarter in 2019 and I think you will all be really excited about what we have in store when you see it.
Our focus for The One Ring at the moment is on these two titles, which is why you haven’t seen announcements for other products in the One Ring line. Rest assured, there is plenty more of Middle-earth left to explore and we aim to explore it. We’re holding off on more announcements to prevent situations like those that have arisen with Laughter of Dragons and Moria, because we don’t want to tease you guys and keep you waiting!
To keep up to date with news from Cubicle 7 be sure to follow us on Facebook and sign up to our newsletter. There's also a Discord server for those interested. Links below
Il donne les mêmes infos sur Reddit, en ajoutant quelques détails sur AiME :
[...]We are currently in the process of porting over all of our content from TOR to AiME, and will soon be at a place where we can release almost simultaneously.
The reason I wanted to pop in here was firstly to let people know there are a tonne of new adventures to be gotten with AiME (I can't recommend the Mirkwood Campaign enough) and secondly was to let those who are interested know what is coming next for Adventures in Middle-earth. I'll preface this by saying that currently at C7 we are undergoing a restructuring and expansion (hence me joining the team!) which is why communication has been lacking recently. I aim to improve that in the future so if I can help or you have any questions, let me know and I'll do what I can.
So, our next release will be Breeland, which is a conversion of Bree from The One Ring. Text and layout for this are locked off, we are just awaiting the final cover artwork before going to print. We aim to have this in Q1 2019.
After Breeland we will release the Lonely Mountain Region Guide, which is our conversion of Erebor - The Lonely Mountain from the One Ring. This is currently in editing.
After LMRG, we will be working on the companion book Erebor Adventures. This is a conversion of the as yet unreleased The Laughter of Dragons for The One Ring and is still in very early stages.
Once these are locked off, the remaining One Ring books to be converted to AiME are Horselords of Rohan and Oaths of the Riddermark. I don't have timelines for these yet.
Early next year we will also have news on Moria, a big box dungeon crawl adventure, but for now all I can say is its coming. Personally I'm very excited about this and can't wait to share it with everyone.
So that's where we are. As I said, if I can help or you have questions let me know and I'll do my best to answer them.
Merci Ravendil, ça confirme ce qu'on pensait : que Cubicle7 met les bouchées double pour qu'AiME rattrape rapidement TOR en terme de publications. On peut imaginer ensuite que les publications se feraient pour les 2 gammes à peu près en même temps (ce n'est qu'une spéculation de ma part).