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Lord of the Rings LCG
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Song of Earendil
Nov 10 2018 05:10 PM by BurnsHood
A quick google search brought up a few places this was talked about and the general consensus is yes it's legal.
Song of Earendil
Nov 08 2018 03:22 AM by SynnerG
So if I attach three of these to a hero, and in response to another player raising its threat at the end of a round, can I trigger all three which first keeps them from gaining threat at all, but then you reduce that player's threat by two as well?
Nov 02 2018 10:06 PM by Zukin
Thank you guys for clearing this up. It definitely is two different things after re-reading the update RRG. Appreciate it! My advice is not to use Send for Aid for Wiglaf! Although King of Dale should make sure you aren't struggling to pay his cost anyway.
Oct 29 2018 07:04 AM by RichardPlunkett
No, 'play' and 'putting into play' are definitely different things, and since Send for Aid uses 'putting into play' it does not trigger Wiglaf's response.
Oct 25 2018 04:58 PM by BurnsHood
My guess is yes, you could trigger his response with Send for Aid. If you couldn't his card would read something like "After you play Wiglaf from your hand..."
But I'm not 100% sure, though. I've heard people say that "Putting into play" and "Playing" are two different things.
Oct 25 2018 04:47 PM by BurnsHood
Yes. There's an action window before engaged enemies attack. Use that window to discard Ambush and use Ranged characters to attack. If you think about it it wouldn't really be that thematic if you weren't able to use Ranged characters with Ambush.
Oct 24 2018 12:03 PM by Zukin
Can you trigger his response if you get him into play with Send for Aid?
North Realm Lookout
Oct 11 2018 05:32 PM by OrionM42X
Great with Mariner's Compass.
Sep 11 2018 02:35 PM by SynnerG
Say I am the engaged player of an enemy with this attachment and all of my characters are exhausted. Can I discard this attachment to declare an attack with none of my own characters, but the other players declare their ranged characters to attack it?
Sep 03 2018 12:10 PM by M0ng0
Another case of bad wording - "Until the end of the phase" - Makes it Sounds like ,in the encounter phase you don't make checks at the beginning of the phase but do it right at the end of the phase - makes it sound like card is useless
Aug 18 2018 11:51 PM by BurnsHood
Its effect seems very similar to Dori's. So my guess is yes it would work with Beorn.
Aug 14 2018 09:37 PM by unluckyleprechaun
Can the Response effect be used to protect Beorn? It seems to be targeting the damage instead of the character
Aug 05 2018 01:29 PM by Palpa
Was afraid so, but didnt finf it, thx
Aug 05 2018 01:12 AM by RichardPlunkett
Yes. Multiple effects connected by 'and' require you to attempt to do both.
If the attacks were contingent on the return effect occurring, it would have used 'then'.
Aug 03 2018 08:22 PM by Palpa
If he wasn't engaged and hwnce does not return to the staging area, does he make an attack after the active location is explored?
Jul 30 2018 06:11 AM by RichardPlunkett
Sure, post nerfing he isn't going to get as much action.
Jul 24 2018 03:02 PM by jc1138
One of the worst, IMO, allies in Spirit. 1/5
Steward of Gondor
Jul 24 2018 01:10 PM by jc1138
Steward of Gondor has become a short-hand for very powerful, almost silly powerful, in LotR LCG. It's nice to have such a strong player card, but it certainly has warped the game and design, in that it remains the standard for resource generation. A 5/5
Jul 24 2018 01:05 PM by jc1138
I like the card and really like the art--it has a movie-inspired vibe I appreciate.
Jul 24 2018 01:02 PM by jc1138
Poor quality as an ally, 1/5. I like the image however, it has a more stylized feel, and I like having a variety of art styles instead of the same-y-ness that can sometimes creep in.
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