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Leaf Brooch

Leaf Brooch
Type: Attachment Sphere: Neutral
Cost: 1
Attach to a hero. Limit 1 per hero.
The first event card you play each round that matches the attached hero’s printed sphere gains secrecy 1.

Each cloak was fastened about the neck with a brooch like a green leaf veined with silver. –The Fellowship of the Ring
Set: The Three Trials Number: 34
Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Jason Ward


I seem to remember a ruling that multiple instances of keywords with numerical values would stack. For instance if two of these were out they would have secrecey 2. I can't seem to find that rule anymore. Anyone know?

I haven't found the ruling, but I did find something to confirm that Secrecy does stack. In the preview article for The Three Trials, they say "Moreover, because the effects of Secrecy stack, you could play a Leaf Brooch on three different Spirit heroes to play The Galadhrim’s Greeting (Core Set, 46) for free..."

That might be where I saw it before. Thanks for digging it up!

I have a question about this card.

Does leaf brooch works with neutral events like white council?



Unfortunately not. There is no sphere match to make.

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