Saturday 9th May: Lord of the Rings: Living Card Game: Khazad Dum   Leave a comment

Mike, Phil and Darryl took on the Seventh Level.  Phil had made some thematic mono-sphere Dwarf decks as Darryl and Mike had not played many games before (Darryl just once and Mike never).   Needless to say the Seventh Level was very tough for these rather weak decks.  The players did actually get to the final stage but when Phil’s support/ quest deck hit 50 Threat it was all over for the Heroes.

Clearly better decks were needed.  So our players have hit the boards and internet sites and created much better decks with some astute purchases.

Posted May 17, 2015 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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