Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Line Unbroken – N9: Nightmare Return to Mirkwood

Return to Mirkwood was of course the hardest quest of the Shadows of Mirkwood cycle by a large margin, so the Nightmare version was much anticipated by anyone who (like me) appreciates a challenge. Of course it also had some … Continue reading

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The Warden of Arnor Hero Awards

This is another thought which occurred to me during the run of the Hero Championship – picking out heroes as the best in a certain category (quester/attacker/defender being the most obvious of course). Now of course one of the interesting … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – N8: Nightmare The Dead Marshes

The Dead Marshes is a quest which I originally had no particular problem with, but I like less the more I consider it. Of course I talked about the problems of Escape tests in my post on the general issues … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – N7: Nightmare Hills of Emyn Muil

Well, having criticised Journey to Rhosgobel no end in the last Line Unbroken post, don’t think we’re done yet, because now we come into The Hills of Emyn Muil, which when I did it in standard mode I described as … Continue reading

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Decks: Hero’s Fall

It has happened a few times since I started doing card reviews on RingsDB that something I come up with in a review inspires me towards deckbuilding. Somewhat to be expected, since some of the reasons I review cards is … Continue reading

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The Line Unbroken – N6: Nightmare Journey to Rhosgobel

To say that Journey to Rhosgobel is not my favourite quest would be a sizeable understatement. I don’t like the quest. I have never liked the quest. Between the bloated and inconsistent encounter deck; the out-of-nowhere nature of your potential … Continue reading

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2016 Hero Championship – Judged on power

Once again, the forum-based Hero Championship finished at new year (funny, that, almost like it’s an annual thing). I wasn’t initially planning on repeating this idea from last year, but on reflection I realised the results based on power level … Continue reading

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