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  1. That's what I figured. I've been looking at running a quasi thematic campaign using that contract since most of the time it's just the heroes themselves. Especially the Frodo quests. If I do end up going this route I'll just make sure the deck can be adjusted to include allies for the bigger battles or just run spirit and mulligan hard for Will of the West lol.
  2. Stage 2A, Retreat From Osgiliath, reads "Starting with the first player, each player discards cards from the top of his deck until he discards an ally that is not in play". With the Forth the Three Hunters contract saying "Your deck cannot include ally cards." If you are playing this scenario with this contract, is your entire deck just given up as lost? Do you have to hope to have Will of the West in order to get your deck back? Or since there are going to be no allies in the deck would you just skip the discarding part?
  3. That's a fair point. I actually hadn't heard about that card yet before I posted lol.
  4. The new Helm of Secrecy card reads "Limit 1 per deck. Action: Choose a hero you control and discard all tokens from it. Select a different non-, non- hero from your collection with a threat cost less than or equal to the chosen hero. Swap those heroes, moving all eligible attachments and damage tokens to the hero from your collection." Does "different hero" mean that it has to be a different hero by name or could you switch a hero for a different version of that hero?
  5. Can damage taken from the In Need of Rest treachery card in The Dunland Trap? I know in a lot of their games FFG is very particular about their wording and In Need of Rest says that attached hero "takes" 1 damage rather than is "dealt" one damage. Would card like Loyal Hound that cancel damage dealt to a hero cancel the damage taken?
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