player1683311 got a reaction from Glom in Non campaign play
Could someone point me to rules for playing scenarios independently of the campaign? Can't seem to find info.
Also, I'm a lotr lcg player. So I'm used to playing a scenario over and over. It's strange to me to play it once and go to the next. Especially if something happens (Have a bad draw, ect) that will color the whole scenario and carry over to the next 7 scenarios. Just have to change my mode of thinking. I'm enjoying it so far but wouldn't mind any input from lotr players who play both like I do.
Thanks so much!
player1683311 reacted to Alonewolf87 in Mount Gundabad
Sure thing, here you go (we have a couple of very good Silvan new options, besides the already spoiled Hobbit cards, and a new interesting Spirit armor)
Sorry for the bad quality of the pictures.
POD quests are a problem for me also (I am still missing Attack on Dol Guldur and The Wizard's Quest), but I use this store
player1683311 got a reaction from Gandalf_ in Pics of my setup
Here are some links to pics of my setup.
I couldn't get photos to load up on here. Dont know if this is a faux pas.
General pics of the boxes
Here are pics inside the boxes
Here are pics of my mat and clipboard
Hope you enjoy, or perhaps inspired
player1683311 got a reaction from icabod in Win a copy of Fire in the Night
I will do a drawing on Monday January 28th for the adventure pack:Fire in the Night!
All you have to do is tell me what hero I thought was the best defender for Dagnir, he only has one weakness (one of the side quests)
Listen to The Mouth of Sauron Podcast episode 21 Fire in the Night, and respond via my webpage www.themouthofsauron.com!
Good luck and happy questing!
player1683311 reacted to Wandalf the Gizzard in Pics of my setup
AFAIK, Hobby Lobby has discontinued that line of boxes. I fortunately found returned and lightly damaged copy (that location's last), but from now on I think Broken Token's more expensive box is the only one available. Hobby Lobby told me they had stopped producing that line of wooden products. 😕
player1683311 got a reaction from Wandalf the Gizzard in Roster of characters
I love the idea of the shire being the next setting but there are so many amazing hobbit cards that it feels tough to fit them all in one deck. It would probably stress me out to get a whole cycles worth on top of what we have. There are so many auto includes I have trouble cutting down to a reasonable deck. I do agree and have also observed that most of the small amount of non unique allies for hobbits are not strong.
We could see a thain title attachment
player1683311 reacted to Gizlivadi in Roster of characters
Yep, and coincidentally a cycle in the Shire could lead us to the White Towers (which also coincidentally appear in the art for Gildor hero, who could come out next cycle), which hold a palantir and thus it could tie in to a theme of wizards and artifacts. (Did I already say ARTIFACTS?)
player1683311 reacted to dalestephenson in Roster of characters
While listening to LOTR audio while traveling, I started wondering how many named characters (especially with dialogue) don't yet have cards in the game. So I thought I'd take a systematic approach and look at them chapter by chapter. With one post per day I could get through the entire work in less than two months. I'll put a * symbol by those that have dialogue, and put a bracket around those who are dead/departed by 3001 (year of Bilbo's Party). Names are listed in order of appearance, and cards spoiled but not released are included.
I:1 A Long Expected Party
*Bilbo Baggins (2 saga heroes, Lo Hero, Ta Hero, Sp Ally)
*Frodo Baggins (4 saga heroes, Sp Hero)
*Ham (Gaffer) Gamgee (Lo Ally)
*Sam Gamgee (Le Hero, Sp Ally)
[Old Master Gorbadoc Brandybuck]
*Sandyman the miller
*Gandalf (N hero, two Ne allies)
*Gollum/Smeagol (two objective allies, one objective, three enemies)
*Merry Brandybuck (Sp Hero, Ta Hero)
Those without cards never left the shire, though I'd like to see Lobelia getting a card for whacking ruffians with her umbrella. Merry needs an ally version, and both Frodo and Sam deserve another hero version.