Monthly Archives: February 2016

Design Debates – Errata

This edition of Design Debates, just like the last, is somewhat well-timed (allowing for the fact I take a while to get things written and have had some fairly busy weeks lately) since the new FAQ came out very recently. … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – 28: The Steward’s Fear

And now back we come to Gondor for the Against the Shadow cycle of adventure packs, starting with The Steward’s Fear. The Steward’s Fear is one of my favourite quests in the game and generally is a very popular one … Continue reading

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Deck: Dwarves and Eagles and Bears, Oh My!

I’ve talked up hero Beorn a fair bit as he’s something of a favourite of mine. Of course I recently declared him the most fun hero in the game, narrowly edging out Caldara. There and elsewhere I mentioned my intention … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – Hobbit Saga Wrap-up

Another milestone, another wrap-up post. Since the Hobbit saga is a bit shorter than a full deluxe expansion + cycle (even including Battle of Lake-Town with it) I’m going to have a bit less to say, and in particular they … Continue reading

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Deck(s): The Ring of Fire Sails to Gondor

It is the way of the world that just as my schedule starts to free up and I think I can begin to catch up with the four or five different blog posts I want to write, the latest deluxe … Continue reading

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Design Debates – Cancellation

My checklist of articles I want to write for this blog has since its creation had at the top “Cancel or die.” Referring of course to those most hated of treacheries. After picking it as something to write about, I … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – 27: Battle of Five Armies

And so we come to the end of the Hobbit saga. It’s been a bumpy ride, some good some bad. I mentioned in the Flies and Spiders post that the player cards in this box were a bit more of … Continue reading

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