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  1. Honestly the best errata to apply at this point is that all attachments should exhaust when you trigger an action or a response with them. This will prevent several headaches for the game designers in the future
  2. Will they update the LoTR Quest Log?
  3. Alternative erratas: Caldara: Remove Fortune or Fate after being used. No need to errata Caldara Háma: Remove a card instead of discard a card to return a tactics event to your hand, and/or remove the tactics event you returned to your hand after you use it. With the Errata on Caldara, some people might think twice before buying further core sets to get extra copies of Fortune or Fate since that card is now dead. FFG is firing against their own products here. BTW will we ever see positive erratas? Spirit Pippin, Lore Bilbo, plenty of never-used cards from the first cycles, etc ¿?
  4. New Caldara decks be like: The Song of Requiem Main Deck Hero (1) Caldara (The Blood of Gondor) Ally (0) Attachment (0) Event (4) 3x Desperate Alliance (On the Doorstep) 1x Justice Shall Be Done (A Storm on Cobas Haven) Player Side Quest (0) 1 Heroes, 4 Cards Cards up to A Storm on Cobas Haven Deck built on http://ringsdb.com. Main Strategy: Give Caldara to someone else and call it a day. Don't waste precious heroes' spots on the decks that actually matter
  5. Yep, they nerfed Caldara and KILLED Fortune or Fate
  6. Wasn't Quick Strike an exception? Seems it isnt...
  7. One of the hardest nightmare quests I've played. The only way I could win was with a Caldara deck using Arwen as the starting hero to generate resources faster. The second deck (a Gandalf-Elrond-LDenethor, with Elrond being the starting hero) was never able to get past 3~4 rounds
  8. "Hi Rajam, If a player is eliminated while at his own stage, each encounter card at that stage is discarded and the stage removed from the game. Cheers, Caleb"
  9. Questions about multiplayer mode: 1) What happens if a player dies (either by threat or all heroes dead) in quests with separate stage areas, like in Escape from Mount Gram (during quest 2B, before joining any player)? Where do the encounter cards from that player go? 2) What happens when a player dies (either by threat or all heroes dead) and is in control of an objective-ally, like Amarthiúl or Iârion, who have the text: "If Amarthiúl/Iârion leaves play, the players lose the game."? Is it insta-lose, or does the objective-ally pass under the control of someone else?
  10. Yes, Warden of Healing lets you heal up to two different characters, but you can always choose just 1 if you want
  11. I'm trying to build a mono-tactics deck, for multiplayer support in the combat department. I want to know how can you make these kind of decks fluent in the card-draw department. Which options do you have? - Legolas Ally - Foe-hammer Anything else?
  12. From 52 to 51 and you'd still be eliminated. It works like this: "Let's suppose you're at 47 threat. An encounter card makes you raise your threat by 6, so you'd reach 53 threat. Then, with Favor of the Valar you'd drop your threat to 45, which means you are reducing your threat by 8. Now, Ramshackle Manor effect comes into play, and instead of reducing your threat by 8, you reduce it only by 1, which means your threat drops from 53 to 52, and you'd still die..."
  13. Caleb's answer: Hi Rajam, Any effect that causes the value of threat dial to go down is reducing your threat. Ramshackle Manor prevents your threat dial from being decreased by more than 1 each round. So if Ramshackle Manor is in play when Favor of the Valar triggers, you cannot reduce your threat by more than 1. If your threat is still 50 or higher after the effect resolves, then you will still be eliminated. Hope you’re enjoying Murder at the Prancing Pony! Cheers, Caleb