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  1. I play FFG's LCG (obviously) and Middle Earth CCG (online and at CONs). I never got into Decipher's LotR TCG but I loved Star Wars CCG back in the day. I'm not sure how active LotR TCG is, or whether it's worth getting into. But maybe I should pick up a few packs and check it out. My favorite aspect of the LCG is that you can play it solor, which is how I do most of my gaming. I hope the solo LotR experience continues on. And with Journeys in ME allowing for that, things are looking great.
  2. Ring Maker was recently reprinted in the past few months. Check boardgameprices to look for stock. Dwarrowdelf hasn't been reprinted in a while. I'm not sure when the last time was.
  3. Yes Yes Yes Yes, as all things come to an end, even this story.
  4. There's a certain community college professor making a living doing just that.
  5. Question - Would the $100 limited edition starter be good for someone who has no experience in the physical or digital game? No. Just simply based on the cost alone. Though, if you had played this game and already knew that you liked it and were set on buying it - then I would say yes, the Collectors edition would be a good idea. Just looking at the cost, maybe consider waiting for the free-to-play digital game to come out (in a couple weeks) and see if you even like the game. Or, order a Core Set of the physical game and see if you like that. You can also wait weeks or months to see if the Starter will be released separately. I just think, compared to other games out there that you could buy instead, $100 is a lot to spend on a collector's edition of something you haven't played before.
  6. It would be nice if FFG's "print on demand" allowed for printing on demand.
  7. I don't think you're going to like the answer, but... This seems like a job for bash scripting. Download the pdfs. Then script to export image -> cut and export image along left side geometry -> cut + export right side -> import images into pdfs. You could also try quarters of the pages - see what works best. For image manipulation, you can use: https://www.imagemagick.org/script/mogrify.php For pdfs you can use: https://www.pdflabs.com/t/pdftk/ It might be possible to build a macro do this this in a GUI with Adobe but I don't know about that. Anyway, check out the LOTR LCG Quest Companion, it's pretty sweet.
  8. This was recently discussed over at BGG. Be sure to check it out. As for me, I have my player cards in these 4-pocket colored binders. 3 unsleeved cards per pocket. There is also a black binder for heroes. I like these binders because they're small and easy to flip through. Though, the pockets in these binders may be completely full after this upcoming cycle. When deck building, i usualy grab all of the cards that seem to fit my idea, and then organize and reduce from there. So the binder aspect doesn't bother me. I prefer being able to easily see the cards. I also made a few exact-sized tuckboxes for some of the encounter sets. This box in the pic contains the Khazad Dum quests and is about 1.5" thick. The Core+Mirkwood cycle is in a sideways tuckbox and is about 3.5" thick. Tuck boxes are nice because they're portable and don't take up much space when I leave them out. But I'm considering just storing each deluxe+cycle in the deluxe box.
  9. What you saw is probably a fan card and not necessarily a "fake." Many fans here have designed their own alternate art cards based on both the old and the fellowship designs. You'll see these types of fan-art cards for Arkham and other games as well.
  10. It's unfortunate. I'm also on the lookout for re-printed packs. But, this situation is easily avoidable. Just use a credit card and pay the extra couple bucks of interest until you have cash in hand. You can bet that Dwarrowdelf will sell out even faster once it's reprinted.
  11. The "set" reasoning sounds right. But also, the game does give you leeway to order responses and discards. So, maybe its the player's choice to set the ordering of these cards' effects (2 quest points or 1 quest point).
  12. I believe that there is a "golden rule" that the card text overrides the rules. So above the "when revealed" line, include your line to Discard other gandalfs, and then move the "when revealed:" down below that.
  13. I believe that the new "Starter" set includes several of the "1x" cards from the core set, like Horn of Gondor (shown on the page) and Unexpected Courage (mentioned in a FB post). It would be nice if the Starter set acted as a complete "supplement" to the Core Set.
  14. I inquired about this and was told that FFG does not handle the website uploading - that is controlled by the marketing team at Asmodee. The FFG guys can only remind them so often.
  15. Right? The text on Dragon Hoard is literally begging you to have Necklace of Girion.
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