Jump to content



Photo

Road to Rivendell (Solo Player Living Tournament)


  • Please log in to reply
39 replies to this topic

#1 juicebox

juicebox

    Member

  • Members
  • 545 posts

Posted 26 March 2012 - 06:00 PM

This tournament is part of the Living Tournament system. You are welcome to read this, play the scenario, and post your results (in that order). Place well enough, and you may just end up with a Living Tournament World Ranking!

Scenario: Road to Rivendell
Deck Parameters: Open Build*
Number of Players: Solo Player

Tournament Parameters:

1) This is a Living Tournament. You may play and post results at your own pace.
2) *Open Build means you may use any legal LOTR LCG cards at your availability.
3) A valid result in this tournament consists of reporting your results (wins and losses) from 3 back-to-back games (may be spread out over as much time as you like), using the same deck for each of those 3 games. (Please observe the mulligan rule, and all other rules, from the LOTR LCG rulebook and subsequent official FAQ documents.)
4) After you post your results, the results from your 3 games will be calibrated using the RGun formula** to obtain your Weighted Result.
5) Weighted Results will then be ranked against other player’s Weighted Results, and the rankings will be updated over time as new results are posted to the thread.
6) You may play this tournament as many times as you would like (so you can try out different deck builds over time), but you can only hold one spot in the overall tournament rankings at a time (i.e. this gives you a chance to try and best your own result while only occupying one spot in the rankings).
7) Do not cheat. Just don’t. It destroys the fun and integrity of the tournament system. If you realize you have made a mistake at a later date that had serious implications for a result you had posted in the past, please make a new post in this thread drawing attention to that fact – that past result will be invalidated, and of course, you are welcome (and highly encouraged) to try again.

**The RGun formula has been designed to value both Final Score (per game) and overall Win Ratio (from your 3 games, cumulative). The formula is: (Average Score of Games Won) x (Total Games Played/Games Won). For an expanded discussion on how this formula was created, you can read the thread called Measuring Success.

Posting Your Results (Required Information):

When posting your results for this tournament you are encouraged to cut and paste from the following template and complete the requested information:

Heroes:

Game 1 Result: (Report Final Score or Loss)
Final Threat Level:
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero:
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes:
Victory Points Earned:
Number of Rounds Completed:

Game 2 Result: (Report Final Score or Loss)
Final Threat Level:
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero:
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes:
Victory Points Earned:
Number of Rounds Completed:

Game 3 Result: (Report Final Score or Loss)
Final Threat Level:
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero:
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes:
Victory Points Earned:
Number of Rounds Completed:

Posting Your Results (Optional Information):

After completing the above, you are welcome to include any other details you would like to add. Some suggested ideas are: your specific available card pool (number of Core Sets used, specific Adventure Packs used, etc…) and additional narrative to share epic tales of your adventures through Middle-earth.

Living Tournament Rankings:

1. masonos ~ 56.33 (September 13, 2012)
2. muemakan ~ 62.25 (May 24, 2012)
3. vandertramps ~ 63.33 (December 19, 2012)
4. Narsil0420 ~ 64.33 (November 20, 2012)
5. DevastazioneH88 ~ 74.66 (December 17, 2012)
6. Fatty ~ 75 (November 22, 2012)
7. Robert McMutton ~ 75.66 (June 23, 2012)
8. leptokurt ~ 76.33 (April 14, 2012)
9. Chac ~ 76.66 (April 13, 2012)
10. jjeagle ~ 83.66 (April 28, 2012)

Honorable Mentions:

11. SiCK_Boy ~ 109 (March 30, 2012)
12. juicebox ~ 134.66 (April 26, 2012)
13. Angus Lee ~ 153.75 (October 1, 2012)
14. RGun ~ 166 (May 1, 2012)
15. Mandolf ~ 213 (May 2, 2012)

Last Updated:

January 26, 2013 (2:22am) [FFG Time - Forum Time Stamp]

Home Link:

Living Tournament Library & World Rankings



#2 SiCK_Boy

SiCK_Boy

    Member

  • Members
  • 298 posts

Posted 30 March 2012 - 06:37 AM

Heroes: Dunhere, Eleanor, Eowyn

Game 1 Result: 109
Final Threat Level: 16
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 3
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 9

Game 2 Result: 135
Final Threat Level: 24
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 11

Game 3 Result: 101
Final Threat Level: 21
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8
 
Card pool: 3 x Core Set, All Shadows of Mirkwood AP, KD, TRG, RtR

Solo - Road to Rivendell

Hero (3)
Dunhere (Core) x1
Eleanor (Core) x1
Eowyn (Core) x1

Ally (20)
Bofur (TRG) x1
Elfhelm (TDM) x1
Eomund (CatC) x1
Escort from Edoras (AJtR) x2
Gandalf (Core) x3
Northern Tracker (Core) x3
Rider of the Mark (RtR) x3
The Riddermark's Finest (THoEM) x3
West Road Traveller (RtM) x3

Attachment (15)
Ancient Mathom (AJtR) x2
Dunedain Mark (THfG) x3
Dunedain Warning (CatC) x2
Song of Kings (THFG) x3
Steward of Gondor (Core) x2
Unexpected Courage (Core) x3

Event (15)
A Test of Will (Core) x3
Dwarven Tomb (Core) x2
Hasty Stroke (Core) x3
Shadow of the Past (RtM) x2
Sneak Attack (Core) x3
The Galadhrim's Greeting (Core) x2

I got this quest yesterday. After taking a quick look at it, I decided I wanted to play Dunhere. With all the shadow effects returning enemies in the staging area and all the forced effects on enemies engaging the player, I figured my best shot was to keep low threat and attack from afar. I toyed with the idea of using Denethor instead of Eleanor, but the mono-sphere heroes allowed me to keep a more focused deck.

I'll probably remove the Steward of Gondor and add either Stand of Fight, the 3rd The Galadhrim's Greetings, the 3rd Shadow of the Past or additional allies (although I may be mis-evaluating its use because of Arwen's resource boost in this scenario). The rest of the deck works well. Even the Rider of the Mark, although not the best bang for your buck, does the job. I prefer his 2 Willpower over Lorien Guide's 1 point.

The only thing missing from this deck is a way to make Dunhere a dwarf! Dunhere with double Dwarrowdelf Axe! That would be a beast.

Getting your Song of King is key. The first game I played (not included above) had me stuck with a bunch of Dunedain attachment and no possibility of playing them... and Dunhere really needs those Dunedain Mark to be effective.

Gandalf can be used for all 3 options, depending on the timing. Against this scenario, I often used him for threat management, but I also drew a couple time. In 4 games, I didn't draw a single Ancient Mathom!

As for the scenario, if they call if a difficulty 4, then The Hunt for Gollum should be difficulty 1! Ambush isn't so bad if you can stay under the radar, but there are some evil Treacheries and Shadow cards in there. I was saved from defeat twice by Hasty Stroke when getting the shadow effect that discards all exhausted allies (I quested with Arwen every round).



#3 RGun

RGun

    Member

  • Members
  • 116 posts

Posted 30 March 2012 - 06:44 PM

Heroes: Denethor, Elladan, Elrohir

Game 1 Result: 211
Final Threat Level: 27
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 4
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 18

Game 2 Result: 163
Final Threat Level: 20
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 3
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 14

Game 3 Result: 154
Final Threat Level: 41
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 3
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 11

Posting Your Results (Optional Information):

At first I thought this quest was going to be very difficult given the cards revealed in the previews, but I've now played Road to Rivendell solo several times and have won each game.  The only other adventure pack I have a perfect 100% win rate against is Hills of Emyn Muil.  I thought the key was the heroes I picked (Denethor, Elrohir and Elladan), but then seeing the heroes and scores SiCK_Boy posted I guess not (however, I did play with just a single core set).  Denethor is really key as he can help you dodge some of the nasty cards and the twins are very effective with their ability to ready after attack and defense (plus the stats boost they get playing together).  I also loaded up my deck with all of the encounter and shadow effect nullifiers.  Unlike the Hills of Emyn Muil though I found this quest challenging and very enjoyable.  It's probably the quest where I had to constantly make the most tactical decisions - deciding when to engage an enemy and which characters to quest with versus hold back for combat in the event of an ambush makes for many tough decisions.

Below is the deck I used.  The major weakness is poor card draw - if I were to play again I would replace Out of the Wild with some Ancient Mathom.

Hero (3)
Denethor (Core) x1
Elladan (RtR) x1
Elrohir (TRG) x1


Ally (21)
Faramir (Core) x1
Dunedain Watcher (TDM) x3
Winged Guardian (THfG) x1
Eagles of the Misty Mountains (RtM) x2
Vassal of the Windlord (TDM) x1
Mirkwood Runner (RtM) x2
Rivendell Minstrel (THFG) x2
Gildor Inglorion (THoEM) x1
Silvan Tracker (TDM) x1
Longbeard Map-Maker (CatC) x1
Daughter of the Nimrodel (Core) x1
Henamarth Riversong (Core) x1
Gleowine (Core) x1
Gandalf (Core) x3


Attachment (14)
Celebrian's Stone (Core) x1
Steward of Gondor (Core) x2
Rivendell Blade (RtR) x1
Born Aloft (CatC) x2
Support of the Eagles (RtM) x1
A Burning Brand (CatC) x2
Protector of Lorien (Core) x1
Unexpected Courage (Core) x1
Song of Travel (THoEM) x2
Song of Wisdom (CatC) x1


Event (15)
Sneak Attack (Core) x2
Lore of Imladris (Core) x3
Out of the Wild (RtR) x2
Hasty Stroke (Core) x2
A Test of Will (Core) x2
Will of the West (Core) x1
The Galadhrim's Greeting (Core) x2
Dwarven Tomb (Core) x1



#4 Robert McMutton

Robert McMutton

    Member

  • Members
  • 141 posts

Posted 08 April 2012 - 12:49 AM

Heroes: Aragorn, Dúnhere, Eleanor


Game 1 Result: (Report Final Score or Loss) = 142
Final Threat Level: 21
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: -
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 12


Game 2 Result: (Report Final Score or Loss) = 108
Final Threat Level: 7
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: -
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 10


Game 3 Result: (Report Final Score or Loss) = 132

Final Threat Level: 25
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: -
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 3+2+2 = 7
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 10


Posting Your Results (Optional Information):
I liked the idea of SiCK_Boy using Dúnhere, and made something alike, but changing Aragorn for Eowyn, trying to make easier using the Leadership cards, instead of using songs. I use 3 Cores, and all APs. I made a deck mainly of Spirit, adding some Leadership like Faramir, Sneak Attack, Steward of Gondor, Celebrian’s Stone and Dúnedain Mark. Oddly, the one that I used least was Dúnhere, and almost nothing to attack the staging area. Apart of this, the deck functioned very well.
About the three games: A bad initial hand forced me to mulligan, and this led me to improve my game. An early Celebrian’s Stone made me build easy since the start, and Eleanor with UC kept me safe from treacheries. I managed to mass a bunch of allies that brought me to the win.
The second one was the easiest, with Steward of Gondor and 2 UC in early draws, 2 Dwarven Tomb in the starting hand, and a couple of Galadhrim’s Greetings, my threat was all but a problem.
And the last one started very well with SG and CS in my hand, but since that it developed slowly, and was feeling being over the edge all the time. I was near of losing a hero, but finally managed to keep all of them alive.
 



#5 leptokurt

leptokurt

    Member

  • Members
  • 1,236 posts

Posted 12 April 2012 - 10:33 AM

Heroes: Boromir, Frodo Baggins, Bilbo Baggins


Game 1 Result: 121
Final Threat Level: 20
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 10


Game 2 Result: LOSS
 


Game 3 Result: 110
Final Threat Level: 20
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 9

 

Took me a while to get into this adventure and to build a proper deck. Protector of Lórien and Burning Brand had a comeback and some of the new cards were included (Out of the Wild, Rivendell Blade, Good Meal). So far I've been achieving good results. In the second game, however, I got Sleeping Sentry as the first shadow card in round 1 and the game was already over. Crap!

 

Cards used: 1 coreset plus all expansions until RtR



#6 leptokurt

leptokurt

    Member

  • Members
  • 1,236 posts

Posted 12 April 2012 - 07:30 PM

Hurray. an improvement:

 

Heroes: Boromir, Frodo Baggins, Bilbo Baggins


Game 1 Result: 111
Final Threat Level: 30
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8

 

Game 2 Result: 133
Final Threat Level: 32
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 10


Game 3 Result: 113

Final Threat Level: 30
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 3
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8

 

I've been playing so many games, but sometimes I'm still speechless about some unlikely card combinations that I have to confront in a game. I want to add that I am mixing the cards thoroughly to avoid cards sticking together. However, in these three games the following weird things happened:

- despite having Bilbo as my card drawing machine I didn't get a single Gandalf in all three games

- in my first game the setup encounter was "Sleeping Sentry"; the turn 1 encounter was "Sleeping Sentry" again!

- in the third game the setup encounter was "Goblin Archer"; and just when I was planning how to get rid of him (with Haldir + Rivendell Blade) the turn 1 card was "Orc Ambush"!

 

Strategywise I try to get Burning Brand, Fast Hitch and Protector of Lórien ASAP to play them all on Bilbo. If I don't have PoL I try to play Rivendell Minstrell instead. That way Bilbo is my defender and cancels all the nasty shadow effects. Obviously Arwen is mostly supplying Blibo with resources. The Orc Raiders is the card I am most afraid of, as they stole Bilbo's whole equipment in my last game during stage 2B. Fortunatly I still had Feint and Hail of Stones to reduce the umber of shadow cards in play.

 

 

@ Robert:

 

As you're using the leadership sphere in combination with a great threat maangement, are you already trying to use the Secrecy mechanic?



#7 leptokurt

leptokurt

    Member

  • Members
  • 1,236 posts

Posted 12 April 2012 - 09:46 PM

Ok, I built my first Secrecy deck, and what shall I say:

It works!

It rocks!

Wow!

 

Heroes: Théodred, Bilbo Baggins


Game 1 Result: 68 (!!!)
Final Threat Level: 8
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 6

 

Game 2 Result: 98
Final Threat Level: 18
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8


Game 3 Result: 121
Final Threat Level: 11
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 11

 

In the first game I had the perfect starting hand: Faramir, Burning Brand, Fast Hitch, Protector of Lorien - everything you need in this scenario. Later I got Sneak/Gandalf etc I also got rid of the Goblin Gate with Out of the Wild. It was a blast!

The third game saw a good portion of bad luck. I got all three Timely Aids, used them all in round 2, but got only  a single Dúnedain Wanderer (which I could have bought for 2 resources). I also got pretty much all Pathless Countrys early which made questing a hell. Fortunatly I had Faramir who led the fellowship towards Rivendell. At the end I got Pursued at Night and cancelled it with Test of Will. Then I entered stage 3B and got Orc Ambush which I cancelled with a second Test of Will only to get another Pursued by Night due to Orc Ambush's surge effect. I chose to hurt my allies as there were three Orc enemies in the staging area and almost every member of my fellowship was already exhausted. Fortunatly I got a location during the last turn.

 

Strategy:

Théodred and Arwen provide my fellowship with enough resources, the Secrecy mechanic gives me some good cheap cards. Key to winning is to survive the first couple of rounds and get Faramir and at least one threat lowering card out early. Timely Aid increases the chance to get the Gondorian ranger in time. My deck includes Song of Travel and Rivendell Minstrell to be able to play the spirit cards (again Timely Aid helps to get at least the Rivendell Minstrell).



#8 SiCK_Boy

SiCK_Boy

    Member

  • Members
  • 298 posts

Posted 12 April 2012 - 11:54 PM

I think you need to play Rivendell Minstrel from your hand for its effect to happen; not sure you can use his response from a Timely Aid.

Still, cool to see the Secrecy mechanic working. I tried it as well on another scenario with mitigated success.



#9 Glaurung

Glaurung

    Member

  • Members
  • 2,062 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 03:44 AM

SiCK_Boy said:

I think you need to play Rivendell Minstrel from your hand for its effect to happen; not sure you can use his response from a Timely Aid.

Still, cool to see the Secrecy mechanic working. I tried it as well on another scenario with mitigated success.

Yes you cannot use ability of ministrel. You must play him from hand!!!

Anyway this quest is too easy to really pay big attention for.  First time since KD and RHG i dissappointed.


Wizard is never late.......

 

Glaurung playtrough LOTR LCG on youtube :

http://www.youtube.com/user/olegyd   


#10 Chac

Chac

    Member

  • Members
  • 23 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 04:30 AM

Game #1
Round markers : 5 (50)
Final threat : 22
Dead heroes threat : 0
Wounds : 0
Victory points : 0
Total : 72

Game #2
Round markers : 4 (40)
Final threat : 33
Dead heroes threat : 0
Wounds : 2
Victory points : 0
Total : 75

Game #3
Round markers : 6 (60)
Final threat : 23
Dead heroes threat : 0
Wounds : 0
Victory points : 0
Total : 83
 

Here is the deck i used to beat this quest

Heroes

Aragorn
Theodred
Eowyn

Leadership (35)

3 Snowbourn Scout
3 Guard of the Citadel
3 Son of Arnor
3 Silverlode Archer
3 Dunedain Watcher
2 Faramir
3 Celebrian’s Stone
3 Steward of Gondor
3 Dunedain Warning
3 Sneak Attack
3 Valiant Sacrifice
3 Second Breakfast

Neutral (3)

3 Gandalf

Spirit (12)

3 Ancient Mathom
3 A Test of Will
3 Hasty Stroke
3 The Galadhrim’s Greeting
 



#11 Budgernaut

Budgernaut

    The Uncanny One

  • Members
  • 1,576 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 05:42 AM

Robert McMutton said:

and Eleanor with UC kept me safe from treacheries.

Just checking how you're using this. Is the idea that you have UC so that she can quest and still cancel treacheries or so she can cancel treacheries and then defend against attacks? If so, great.

If you're cancelling a treachery, readying Eleanor, then revealing the replacement card from the encounter deck, I'm afraid it won't work. UC is an action and there is no action window in between cards being revealed during the quest phase, so you can only cancel one treachery per round.

(I get called out on stuff all the time. I'm not doing it to be mean, just to help you learn as others have helped me learn from making mistakes.)


"There is a fine line between neutral and amoral. In fact, there may be no line there at all."

--Count Dooku


#12 leptokurt

leptokurt

    Member

  • Members
  • 1,236 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 06:58 AM

SiCK_Boy said:

I think you need to play Rivendell Minstrel from your hand for its effect to happen; not sure you can use his response from a Timely Aid.

Still, cool to see the Secrecy mechanic working. I tried it as well on another scenario with mitigated success.

Oh, thanks! Now I'm glad that she played her music somewhere else (never got her in my hand). Still a good ally!

 

@ Glaurung:

Yes, I'm also a bit disappointed about the quest, although think it is still a challenge. At least I seldom feel safe during this adventure, even when everything seems to work for me. The encounter deck has some nasty surprises to turn the tide in a single turn.

@ Chac:

Wow, and I thought making this quest in round 7 was good... Apparently Celebrían's Stone + Faramir is a great combo to hurry through the quest. Congrats!



#13 Robert McMutton

Robert McMutton

    Member

  • Members
  • 141 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 11:22 AM

leptokurt said:

@ Robert:

 

As you're using the leadership sphere in combination with a great threat maangement, are you already trying to use the Secrecy mechanic?

 

No, I have not tried to play Secrecy yet. I want to give it a try, but I didn't use it in this games. Seeing that you have used it successfully, I will put this Secrecy cards in a deck, and see what happens.



#14 Robert McMutton

Robert McMutton

    Member

  • Members
  • 141 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 11:37 AM

Budgernaut said:

Robert McMutton said:

 

and Eleanor with UC kept me safe from treacheries.

 

 

Just checking how you're using this. Is the idea that you have UC so that she can quest and still cancel treacheries or so she can cancel treacheries and then defend against attacks? If so, great.

If you're cancelling a treachery, readying Eleanor, then revealing the replacement card from the encounter deck, I'm afraid it won't work. UC is an action and there is no action window in between cards being revealed during the quest phase, so you can only cancel one treachery per round.

(I get called out on stuff all the time. I'm not doing it to be mean, just to help you learn as others have helped me learn from making mistakes.)

Ooops, now that you point out this, I hadn't realize that fact, but I am sure that I havent got that circumstance in these games: I only cancelled one treachery in a row, and usually later used Eleanor to defend thanks to UC. I can digest most treacheries and reserve Eleanor only for the nastiest ones (sleeping sentry being one of them, of course).

And I thank you for clarifying this to me, don't worry. As said in other threads, it's easy to make a mistake and I for sure make severals. Now I have one less to commit. Nice to have you guys watchful, really .

Greetings Budgernaut.



#15 juicebox

juicebox

    Member

  • Members
  • 545 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 06:55 PM

Great action on this on today everybody. I just purchased this scenario, so I'm looking forward to taking it for a spin myself real soon.

Just a quick question to clarify... all the scores still stand, right?

Want to make sure I'm tracking the discussion appropriately.

Thanks!



#16 Robert McMutton

Robert McMutton

    Member

  • Members
  • 141 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 09:24 PM

juicebox said:

Great action on this on today everybody. I just purchased this scenario, so I'm looking forward to taking it for a spin myself real soon.

Just a quick question to clarify... all the scores still stand, right?

Want to make sure I'm tracking the discussion appropriately.

Thanks!

 

Yes juicebox, despite Budgernaut's clarification, I'm sure that my scores are ok, because I hadn't that situation in that 3 games. But if it is a problem, or you prefer it, I can repeat them anyhow.

Greetings.



#17 leptokurt

leptokurt

    Member

  • Members
  • 1,236 posts

Posted 13 April 2012 - 10:52 PM

A small imporvement is still an improvement:

 

Heroes: Théodred, Bilbo Baggins


Game 1 Result: 91
Final Threat Level: 10
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 1
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8

 

Game 2 Result: 88
Final Threat Level: 8
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8


Game 3 Result: 84
Final Threat Level: 4
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 8

 

What I didn't iclude strategywise is that the most important part is to get Burning Brand and Fast Hitch on Bilbo ASAP. That way I can pluck the eemies one by one, and once I have Mirkwood Runner I can eliminate them.



#18 juicebox

juicebox

    Member

  • Members
  • 545 posts

Posted 14 April 2012 - 05:31 AM

Robert McMutton said:

Yes juicebox, despite Budgernaut's clarification, I'm sure that my scores are ok, because I hadn't that situation in that 3 games.

Sounds like everything's fine to me.



#19 leptokurt

leptokurt

    Member

  • Members
  • 1,236 posts

Posted 14 April 2012 - 10:27 AM

I was finally able to beat Chac's amazing result (but only because I got Sneak Attack in the last round of game 3).

 

Heroes: Théodred, Bilbo Baggins


Game 1 Result: 73
Final Threat Level: 20
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 3
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 5

 

Game 2 Result: 86
Final Threat Level: 16
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 7


Game 3 Result: 70
Final Threat Level: 10
Threat Cost of Each Dead Hero: 0
Damage Tokens on Remaining Heroes: 0
Victory Points Earned: 0
Number of Rounds Completed: 6

 

I got better results because I played less cautiously end sent more characters questing (more = all, most of the time).

 

Time for my deck list:

 

Neutral:

3x Gandalf

3x Song of Travel

 

Leadership:

3x Dúnedain Ranger

2x Faramir

1x Dúnedain Watcher

 

2x Steward of Gondor

1x Celebrían's Stone

2x Dúnedain Warning

 

3x Timely Aid

2x Sneak Attack

 

Lore:

2x Gildor Inglorion

2x Haldir of Lórien

2x Rivendell Minstrell

2x Daughter of the Nimrodel

2x Mirkwood Runner

1x Henamarth Riversong

 

3x Burning Brand

2x Protector of Lórien

2x Fast Hitch

 

3x Out of the Wild

2x Needful Knowledge

 

Spirit:

2x Galadhrim's Greeting

2x Test of Will

1x Hasty Stroke



#20 muemakan

muemakan

    Member

  • Members
  • 674 posts

Posted 20 April 2012 - 05:10 AM

 

Adventure: Road to Rivendell    
Heroes: Glorfindel,Bilbo and Beravor  
Card Pool: 2 core sets and all expansions to choose cards from.
         
Game 1 Result:      
Final Threat Level: 23    
Threat Cost of Dead Hero:    
Damage on Heroes:      
Victory Points Earned:      
Number of Rounds: 9    
    113    
         
Game 2 Result:      
Final Threat Level: 14    
Threat Cost of Dead Hero:    
Damage on Heroes:      
Victory Points Earned:      
Number of Rounds: 8    
    94    
         
Game 3 Result:      
Final Threat Level: 21    
Threat Cost of Dead Hero:      
Damage on Heroes:      
Victory Points Earned:      
Number of Rounds: 6    
    81    
         
Win Ratio: 1      
Total: 96      

 

 

 






© 2013 Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. Fantasy Flight Games and the FFG logo are ® of Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc.  All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Contact | User Support | Rules Questions | Help | RSS