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Lord of the Rings LCG
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Today, 08:23 AM by TwiceBorn
Yes, I believe that your interpretation is, sadly, correct on all counts (including the multi-player thing).
Today, 02:47 AM by bluemu
So does/can the Forced +1 threat happen multiple times per round for a solo player?
ie. Resource phase==> 1 threat
exhaust King Under the Mountain ==> 2 threat
purchase gandalf, use response to draw 3 cards ==> 3 threat
and with multiple players, would those other players add to threat as well?
ie. Resource phase ==> 4 threat
then We are not idle ==> 5 threat
Any thoughts would be great?
Apr 15 2015 06:51 AM by kwitee
One of my favorite solo deck type is one spirit and two tactics heroes. This card can be very good for this setup. You can use feint or similair effect to keep one enemy engaged.
This Dúnedain combo-wombo can also be very effective against boses. For example Balrog from Shadow and Flame is considered to be engaged with all players with threat greater then 0.
Apr 12 2015 12:44 PM by OKTarg
Nenya would still work since you are triggering Nenya's effect and exhausting the hero to pay the cost, which isn't precluded by this effect. Similiarly, you could still use Palantir or Peace and Thought.
Apr 12 2015 02:23 AM by Ryno80
Can you still use nenya with galadriel for questing? Essentially nenya does the questing not galadriel.
Apr 09 2015 08:53 PM by slothgodfather
There isn't really optional engagement "checks" since you can optionally engage any enemy, regardless of their threat level (excluding any cards that have text that also prevent optional engagements). So yes, you can still optionally engage this enemy if you want. It just will never forcibly engage a player due to an engagement check.
Apr 09 2015 08:51 PM by slothgodfather
From a spirit deck that isn't trying to be engaged with an enemy, this is great for adding a bit of questing power to your friends. Even better when facing the spectral keyword!
Apr 09 2015 07:05 PM by Thror
Must have card for Redhorn gate and overral decent card, but for me it's not because if i'm playing with spirit, 95% of times i play is all spirit heroes (is it mono sphere deck?). In my opinion 3/5
Apr 09 2015 06:58 PM by SynnerG
Can you still make optional engagement checks against an attached enemy? Or can you only attack them in other ways to clear it from the staging area?
Apr 09 2015 02:34 PM by slothgodfather
Ah I'm not sure there. I know if a player puts an attachment on your character, you are considered to be the controller of that card. But I don't recall seeing anything about encounter card attachments.
Apr 08 2015 08:21 PM by acedrac
I ment "his"in shadow effect. If it is legal to discard condition attachment Local Trouble through this shadow effect and if I have to discard Alcarons Scroll in case of undefended attack.
Apr 08 2015 08:09 PM by slothgodfather
I'm pretty sure the defending player and the reference to "his" is always the player the enemy is attacking, not who controls the character that happens to defend - in the case of sentinel.
Apr 08 2015 08:04 PM by Kennon2nd
That seems pretty cool, I have to admit.
Apr 08 2015 01:40 PM by acedrac
Do you have to damage 2nd and if this dies, then 3rd character or you can distribute damage even among 2 or more characters?
A friend of mine found this answer:
Q: I'm curious as to how the Cave Troll's splash damage is supposed to work. Do I need to choose a character to take as much of that damage as they can before dying (with any extra continuing to a third character), or are those 3 points of damage to be distributed among my characters as I see fit? The official response from someone else asking about the Cave Troll was: “The 'overflow' damage is assigned point by point. If it kills off a character, there is still overflow from the attack that needs to be assigned.” Phrases like “for each point of damage” and “point by point” seem to me to suggest that it is the latter, that the damage is freely distributed.
Apr 08 2015 07:40 AM by kwitee
Combo him with Rivendell blade and Straight shot for value!
Apr 07 2015 10:35 AM by acedrac
The question is, what does "his" stand for? Is it the same as "he controls" or not?
Mar 31 2015 03:24 AM by crx3800
Should be any attack. Probably worded that way instead of "after Legolas attacks and destroys" Otherwise, one might assume he would have to do it alone.
Mar 31 2015 01:15 AM by Giumangi
The card text says "After Legolas participates...". It does it mean that ability is triggered when you attack an enemy with Legolas AND another character, does it? Or does it mean any attack?
Shadow of Fear
Mar 31 2015 12:09 AM by crx3800
No problem. It even allows you to attach several "attach to a hero with X printed icon" to Gandalf when he is playing it off the top of the deck. That's part of what makes him crazy good.
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