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Lord of the Rings LCG


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Gildor's Counsel
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Today, 11:33 PM by Lecitadin

Oops... yeah, it can't get rid of a surged card, my mistake. Thanks for pointing that out! 

Wrapped!
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Today, 06:31 AM by kwitee

This card wrecked me last night. If you commit all heroes to the quest, you are gonna have a bad time.

Support of the Eagles
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Yesterday, 09:45 PM by crx3800

It definitely gets better if more than one person is running eagles.

Support of the Eagles
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Yesterday, 07:43 PM by Cinkrement
3 copies of this in every eagle deck. I usually use this with ranged or sentinel heroes in muliplayer games and get rid of enemies.
Keen-eyed Took
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Yesterday, 07:37 PM by Cinkrement
Prince Imrahil and Horn of Gondor = Ready for 1 res. You also can browse through your deck, when a special card is needed.
Gildor's Counsel
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Yesterday, 12:19 PM by Psychorocka

wait how exactly would it stop a surged card? It can only be used before characters are committed to the quest and all it does is reveal one less encounter card during staging. If an encounter card with surge is revealed surge will most definitely still trigger. In solo it is literally useless unless it is used on a special quest stage that reveals multiple cards during staging such as Stage 2 of Journey Along the Anduin or Stage 4 of Breaking of the Fellowship.

In two player or more however this card is very underrated. Easily a very powerful card if used correctly.

Snow Warg
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Yesterday, 04:46 AM by kwitee

Thanks, I am glad to know that I've played it correctly. 

Snow Warg
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May 25 2015 11:09 PM by TwiceBorn

You can only resolve one attack at a time during combat, so unless you are using a card like Stand Together, you will only ever have one character defending against a given attack. With respect to your question, allies cannot defend against Snow Warg while Snow Warg is attacking (i.e., only a hero can be declared a defender vs. Snow Warg). But allies can defend as normal against other enemies that attack before/after the Snow Warg does.  Make sense?

Steward of Gondor
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May 25 2015 10:19 PM by MsbS

I'm an idiot. When I read "exhaust Steward of Gondor", I thought it meant "Exhaust the hero bearing the title of Steward of Gondor". The card seemed kinda mediocre to me - only after I saw the comments above I realised I was wrong :D

Gildor's Counsel
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May 25 2015 12:24 PM by kwitee

It could get rid of a surged card in a solo game, I guess. If your threat is high or if your stuck with ennemies (it costs 3!).

Even then, I don't think it's worth it in solo. Too situational. 

Gildor's Counsel
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May 24 2015 12:41 PM by Lecitadin

It could get rid of a surged card in a solo game, I guess. If your threat is high or if your stuck with ennemies (it costs 3!).

Snow Warg
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May 24 2015 08:06 AM by kwitee

Is it the same as: Allies cannot defend against Snow Warg? Or that allies cannot defend against all enemies while this guy is attacking? 

I am confused by this wording. 

Gildor's Counsel
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May 24 2015 08:02 AM by kwitee

Anything that controls the encounter deck (especially in solo) is welcome... and cannot be stopped by those infamous "immune to player card effects" cards.

Wait, there is a minimum of 1. So it doesn't have effect in solo, does it? 

Gildor's Counsel
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May 24 2015 02:51 AM by Lecitadin

Anything that controls the encounter deck (especially in solo) is welcome... and cannot be stopped by those infamous "immune to player card effects" cards.

Vilya
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May 23 2015 08:09 PM by Olorin

Vilya is an awesome card and reflects how powerfull Elrond with the ring was. And with Gandalf hero in the deck? Oh imagine the possibillities.

Gildor's Counsel
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May 23 2015 08:07 PM by Olorin

One of the most underrated cards in this game ;). Highly thematic for Black Riders (and even better with Pipin after a Good Meal).

Erebor Battle Master
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May 23 2015 08:03 PM by Olorin

Exactly, he just became a late game card, which is still usefull in pure dwarf decks (I use him in mine). 

Longbeard Orc Slayer
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May 22 2015 04:52 PM by bitva

He did wonders in the Misty Mountains scenario in Over Hill and Under Hill set. Using him again in the Dungeons Deep and Caverns Dim scenario tonight too! Thalin and Sneak Attack present in both situations of course!

Longbeard Orc Slayer
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May 22 2015 07:13 AM by kwitee

Pity he hadn't killed just one more for you, given his flavour text and all :)

Yeah, maybe I should have waited :-) but it was only 2 player game. I think in 4p this guy could be even beter in this quest. 

Longbeard Orc Slayer
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May 22 2015 05:25 AM by SandSnowRiver

Thalin + Sneak Attack Longbeard Orc Slayer = lots of dead orcs with 2HP. I killed 4 orcs with this guy once in 7th level. 

Pity he hadn't killed just one more for you, given his flavour text and all :)



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