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Watchers on the Wall Review: Part 2

Apr 07 2017 08:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Our staff has put together a first blush analysis of the newly released “Watchers on the Wall”, the third deluxe box following Lions of Casterly Rock and Wolves of the North. We cover the neutral and non-Night’s Watch cards here in part 2. Cards are listed in numeric order and scored on a scale ranging from one through five, with five being the best possible score. We have 4 reviewers this time around, so the maximum score per card is 20 points.

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Watchers on the Wall Review: Part 1

Apr 06 2017 08:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Our staff has put together a first blush analysis of the newly released “Watchers on the Wall”, the third deluxe box following Wolves of the North and Lions of Casterly Rock. We cover the Night’s Watch cards here in part 1, and you can find the neutral and other faction’s cards in part 2 (coming tomorrow). Cards are listed in numeric order and scored on a scale ranging from one through five, with five being the best possible score. We have 5 reviewers this time around, so the maximum score per card is 25 points.

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All Men Are Fools: Thrones Pack Review

Mar 09 2017 12:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Our staff has put together a first blush analysis of the newly released “Tyrion’s Chain” chapter pack. You can find frequently asked rules questions on the individual card pages on thronesdb.com (although this pack is relatively straight-forward).
Cards are listed in numeric order and scored on a scale ranging from one through five, with five being the best possible score. We have 4 reviewers this time around, so the maximum score per card is 20 points. Let us know in the comments how you feel about the cards in this pack!

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Budget Builders: Greyjoy Sun and Targ Fealty

Feb 16 2017 10:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Welcome to the first installment of Budget Builders, a column geared towards new or casual players who are interested in expanding their collections to build tournament decks. All of the cards necessary for each deck that we build can be purchased for approximately $150 or less.

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AGoT LCG: Tyrion's Chain Pack Review

Feb 02 2017 10:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Our staff has put together a first blush analysis of the newly released “Tyrion’s Chain” chapter pack. Check out the unofficial rules FAQ for this pack or find rulings on the individual card pages on thronesdb.com.
Cards are listed in numeric order and scored on a scale ranging from one through five, with five being the best possible score. We have 5 reviewers this time around, so the maximum score per card is 25 points. Let us know in the comments how you feel about the cards in this pack!

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Ghosts of Harrenhal: AGoT Pack Review

Jan 05 2017 11:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Our staff has put together a first blush analysis of the newly released “Ghost of Harrenhal” chapter pack. Cards are listed in numeric order and scored on a scale ranging from one through five, with five being the best possible score. We have 5 reviewers this time around, so the maximum score per card is 25 points. Let us know in the comments how you feel about the cards in this pack!

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There Is My Claim: Thrones Pack Review

Dec 02 2016 12:00 AM | scantrell24 in Strategy

Our staff has put together a first blush analysis of the newly released “There Is My Claim” chapter pack. Cards are listed in numeric order and scored on a scale ranging from one through five, with five being the best possible score. We have 5 reviewers this time around, so the maximum score per card is 25 points.

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