Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Line Unbroken – Dwarrowdelf Cycle Wrap-up

So we’ve come to the end of another cycle. Time to take stock of what’s gone past, what new toys we’ve been gifted and which old ones have found resurgence. So first, a general look at the player cards. Khazad-Dum … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – 18: Shadow and Flame

And so we’ve reached the end of another cycle, rounding off the exploration of Moria with a climactic fight against the Balrog of Morgoth, Durin’s Bane. While Flight from Moria had us fleeing to escape from the Balrog, with it … Continue reading

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Brimming with Anticipation

Alright, so I talked a bit in the last Line Unbroken post about the things in this game that really catch my interest, the magic and mystery and so on, and that seemed like a decent way to segue into … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – 17: Foundations of Stone

Foundations of Stone is definitely my favourite quest from this cycle, possibly still one of my favourite quests full stop. It’s not one I replay that often, as the particular demands of it mean it doesn’t necessarily suit all kinds … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – 16: The Long Dark

The Long Dark is an AP I have mixed feelings about. The quest I’m not very fond of, as I’m sure I’ll have a chance to elaborate on in the video playthrough. Hama is a hero I’ve never really used, … Continue reading

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How do the spheres combine?

So while writing the article about which is the most essential sphere, I inevitably found myself musing on the different ways we then combine the different spheres. Starting from the thought of ‚ÄúSince I’m reckoning Leadership and Spirit to be … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – 15: The Watcher in the Water

Back on our imitation of Fellowship of the Ring, we must pass the Watcher to get into Moria through the Doors of Durin. I’ve always quite enjoyed this quest, though on previous occasions I’ve never really gone all out to … Continue reading

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