Saturday 16th May: Lord of the Rings LCG: Journey Along the Anduin   Leave a comment

A Two Handed Solo game using the all new Decks:  Thalin’s Company and Elrond with Vilya the Ring of Air.  These two decks did seem to work well together with the doughty dwarves creating a good party of fellows and Elrond and Glorfindel proving mighty powerful themselves.  Success with an Old Score of 60.

Have also created another deck for a better three player game with Legolas and then two more decks for a fourth player:  one themed on Aragorn, Gondor and Rohan and  a second around Creatures (Eagles) led by Beorn with support from Imrahil and Brand son of Bain.

Finally, created a LoTR LCG page with the scores from my games.  Obviously not included the multiple defeats!

Posted May 17, 2015 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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