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  1. Only Uniqueness problems are Arwen, Aragorn and maybe his Sword. Other cards are not used that often. And nice point about very few unique cards in total. Did not notice it myself. Thanks. I try to always prefer theme over power. To reasonable functionality of the decks. I find it easier in two-handed decks.
  2. Thematical/Tribal Dunedain Two-player decks. http://ringsdb.com/fellowship/view/4231 "Few now remember them... yet still some go wandering, sons of forgotten kings walking in loneliness, guarding from evil things folk that are heedless." Le/Ta deck engages all enemies. I found it quiet easy to keep engaged with 1 or 2 enemies and the benefits woth it (Heroes and Heir). Dunedain Hunter i sexcellent for small enemies with surge. You dont have to worry about threat (Aragorn + Alliance) and you can use doomed cards and HoEarendil for full potencial. I usually start with Rally the west. Halfling Bounders cancelation is excellent. Overall powefull and thematic decks. Wide wonder came into Eomer’s eyes. ‘Strider is too poor a name, son of Arathorn,’ he said. ‘Wingfoot I name you. This deed of the three friends should be sung in many a hall. Forty leagues and five you have measured ere the fourth day is ended! Hardy is the race of Elendil!’
  3. I have two pure Rohan decks, which can Trample most scenarios. But they need two-player style. http://ringsdb.com/fellowship/view/3484
  4. Rhovanion Heroes

    Well you can have Love of Tales on other Hero. But you are right about discardable attachements. They are perfect. Black arrow: you can make a hero Ranged. And Also: Lanwyn.
  5. Rhovanion Heroes

    Even Signals and Rune-master seems better in Dale decks.
  6. Rhovanion Heroes

    Love of Tales and some songs. Make your hero multicolored for free (draw a card for attachement and resource for LoT). Even keeping count now makes sense. And Black arrow is a must-have.
  7. Unseen Strike - The hidden gem?

    For me it is a boss-killing card, many of them has 50 threat. I remember how Legolas twice unssenly struck and finished off a Balrog and my fellowship ran to safety (they ran, fools).
  8. Outlands + Caldara We heard of the horns in the hills ringing,the swords shining in the South-kingdom.Steeds went striding to the Stoninglandas wind in the morning. War was kindled. 1x Caldara (The Blood of Gondor) 1x Círdan the Shipwright (The Grey Havens) 1x Arwen Undómiel (The Dread Realm) 1x Theodred (Core Set) 1x Hirluin the Fair (The Steward's Fear) 1x Balin (On the Doorstep) http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/bulwark-of-the-west-caldara-outlands-12-r578 http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/bulwark-of-the-west-caldara-outlands-22-r579
  9. Elrond's Son

    They definittely will. But not for me. I like universal decks for all scenarios. But if you build decks for specific scenarios/cycles and you meet lots of Orcs there, then they are definitely excellent. It is with one little flaw: as you want to use them repeatedly to kill/defend many enemies, you want to buff them and equip them with as many weapons/armors as possible and the steed takes up that very precious restricted slot. And in questing heavy scenarious I like to mount them. Your decks: Dunedain Mark is actually event better then Elven Mail and does not use restricted slot. And I would swap Proud hunters instead of Wealt of Gondor. And of course the Steed would fit here perfectly ;).
  10. Elrond's Son

    Hero versions: http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/double-el-from-rivendell-noldor-22-r556 2-handed deck (not enough questing power in solo) paired with: http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/last-lords-noldor-12-r557 Ally versions: I like to make universal decks usable for most quests and I keep the decks build. For me there are more reliable/widely-usable options for allies.
  11. Try my decks, if you like
  12. SILVAN `Perilous indeed,' said Aragorn, 'fair and perilous; but only evil need fear it, or those who bring some evil with them. Follow me! ' 1x Galadriel (Celebrimbor's Secret) 1x Celeborn (The Dunland Trap) 1x Beregond (The Flame of the West) 1x Haldir of Lórien (Trouble in Tharbad) 1x Mirlonde (The Drúadan Forest) 1x Legolas (Core Set) http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/memory-of-the-doriath-silvan-12-r561 http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/galadhrim-wardens-silvan-22-r562
  13. NOLDOR And here in Rivendell there live still some of his chief foes: the Elven-wise, lords of the Eldar from beyond the furthest seas. They do not fear the Ringwraiths, for those who have dwelt in the Blessed Realm live at oncein both worlds, and against both the Seen and the Unseen they have great power. 1x Arwen Undómiel (The Dread Realm) 1x Erestor (The Treachery of Rhudaur) 1x Glorfindel (Foundations of Stone) 1x Elladan (Road to Rivendell) 1x Elrohir (The Redhorn Gate) 1x Hama (The Long Dark) http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/double-el-from-rivendell-noldor-22-r556 http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/last-lords-noldor-12-r557
  14. GONDOR Believe not that in the land of Gondor the blood of Númenor is spent, nor all its pride and dignity forgotten. By our valour the wild folk of the East are still restrained, and the terror of Morgul kept at bay. 1x Boromir (Heirs of Numenor) 1x Faramir (The Land of Shadow) 1x Aragorn (Core Set) 1x Hirgon (Beneath the Sands) 1x Prince Imrahil (The City of Corsairs) 1x Beregond (Heirs of Numenor) http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/stewards-gear-gondor-12-r570 http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/the-window-on-the-west-gondor-22-r569
  15. ROHAN 'Now is the hour come, Riders of the Mark, sons of Eorl! Foes and fire are before you, andyour homes far behind. Yet, though you fight upon an alien field, the glory that you reap thereshall be your own for ever. Oaths ye have taken: now fulfil them all, to lord and land and leagueof friendship! 1x Eowyn (Core Set) 1x Theoden (The Treason of Saruman) 1x Merry (The Wastes of Eriador) 1x Elfhelm (Temple of the Deceived) 1x Éomer (The Voice of Isengard) 1x Erkenbrand (The Antlered Crown) http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/riders-of-the-mark-rohan-12-r535 http://www.cardgamedb.com/index.php/thelordoftherings/the-lord-of-the-rings-decks/_/lord-of-the-rings-submitted-decks/sons-of-eorl-rohan-22-r536