Journeys in Middle Earth   Leave a comment

We played this excellent new game with five players:  The Final Five.

Aragorn, Legolas, Beravor, Gimli and Ellena. Captain, Hunter, Pathfinder, Guardian and Musician.

We explored the map fully and solved nearly all the tokens.  However we only found the hide out on the final turn and even with Legolas scoring a mighty four search the game said that we had lost the element of surprise.

Bursting into the hideout we rushed our foes.  Aragorn and Beravor took heavy strikes from the Leader having found his lair and taunting him out but Gimli and Legolas sooon arrived to join the fray.  Gimli was nearly defeated but survived his Last Stand and then dealt the finishing blow.  Ellena kept the heroes going through her Songs.  This time we were clearly victorious having taken down the leader just as reinforcements were arriving.

Was a good game and now our heroes are ready for the next adventure having rested and upgraded their skills.

Posted May 5, 2019 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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