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Type: Ally Sphere: Leadership
Cost: 1
Willpower: 0 Attack: 0 Defense: 0 Hit Points: 2
Action: Exhaust Errand-rider to move 1 resource from the resource pool of a hero you control to another hero's resource pool.

For the people of the City used horses very little and they were seldom seen in their streets, save only those ridden by the errand-riders of their lord. The Return of the King
Set: HON Number: 3
Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Anna Steinbauer


I'm really surpised this guy is not Lore to be honest. His ability is a victory for splash decks everywhere.
Dec 19 2012 04:46 PM
Leadership is all about resource management, makes sense to me. Also, a 1 cost ally with more than 1 hp... WIN!
    • fourthdb likes this
This card makes tri-sphere decks possible. Whether you want to go Eagles, Outlands, or even Gondor, Errand-Rider will help you out. A very important tool in a solo player's arsenal !
Not sure it's a sure bet in solo deck.

Personaly, I'll take 3 Snowbourn Scouts before this guy.
    • JonofPDX and Thror like this

I haven´t never used it before, but that day will come when i do!

Not sure it's a sure bet in solo deck.

Personaly, I'll take 3 Snowbourn Scouts before this guy.


Snowborn Scout is amazing, but this guy is still a very decent chump. I'd say they're about equal in a bisphere deck. Mono, I would rather run Scout, Tri I would rather run Errand-rider. 


Squire of the Citadel beats them both for me as I play a lot of Prince Imrahil (though honestly, I will often use all three with Imrahil).

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