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Ever Onward

Ever Onward
Type: Event Sphere: Leadership
Cost: 3

Response: After players quest unsuccessfully, choose a player. That player does not raise his threat.

Set: KD Number: 5
Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Dleoblack


A single player take a break card? still, a bit too expensive.
i think it can be very strong i.e. in the conflict at carrock: the moment when all the trolls come to the staging area. you can keep all your characters for fighting and just play "ever onward" instead of questing
A neat card to have access to. Definitely usable solo, if you have access to the resources.
I must say, I find this card a bit expensive. I'd use it only if I know in the scenario will come a situation where I need to skip questing. But even than it seems quite expensive to me - though it is a Leadership card, which relativates that a tiny bit, since Leadership has the best ressource gathering.
Jul 01 2015 10:11 PM

I think the cost is balanced for leadership. You should be playing Steward of Gondor with leadership and you should be getting lots of resources. This card could be a lifesaver in certain scenarios.

Tis card is super powerful (gives you a free turn, you can play it and not quest at all) and is totally underused.

There are some marginal uses in multiplayer, too. If your deck composition requires for one of the players to have greater threat and initially that deck's threat was lower, you can calculate the needed difference and 'let' that player soak the threat increase. Given how there are better threat reduction options and the Took/Earendil combo, I don't see a reason to attempt it though.


Might be reasonable in secrecy decks that have a lot of resources but would like more time to breathe. I would certainly like it in a mono-hero deck with Resourceful, Steward of Gondor, Strider and other effects to make that hero a walking machine.

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