I am going to take a break from my usual series on over and underpowered cards to take a side quest to the lighter side. This blog has been filled with amazing analysis, deck lists, breakdowns, and overall knowledge goodness.
This article will not continue this trend.
This is the official TFTC Top Ten list! Now I know you are thinking that an article about the Top Ten Spirit heroes or 1 cost attachments can actually be useful. However, I have elected to remove any semblance of usefulness and instead present a David Letterman style top ten list of stuff that will hopefully just let you laugh a little. After all, we are a bunch of grown men and women playing a game about a children’s book.
Hi everybody! My name is Miika, and I am honored to have the chance to write for this amazing blog. I have played lotr lcg since spring this year so I’m fairly new to the game but ever since I tried it for the first time I’ve been seriously addicted to it. In my writings, I will focus mainly on individual cards and deck construction and sometimes on the other more general aspects of the game as well, without excluding Tolkien’s writings themselves. Hopefully these articles give some insights into the game and are enjoyable to read!
It can be safely argued that Aragorn is one of the most prominent characters in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and in the entire history of Arda, particularly since the dawn of Numenor and the Second Age of the Sun. The entire life of the youthful chieftain of rangers culminated in The Return of the King, and by then the son of Arathorn had already devoted his lifetime to learning all aspects of Middle- Earth- of its races whether on the side of good or evil, of its kingdoms, and of course, of the lands themselves, battling against the servants of Sauron while travelling through enough forests to make any sane Silvan elf envious (that’s what happens when you’re living in the same woods for more than one Age). The humble, noble yet quietly wise stranger is not constantly pushing himself into the spotlight, yet when the time comes, his wisdom is often invaluable- whether aiding young hobbits to escape Ringwraiths to the safety of Rivendell, listening to the news from the earth in Eriador and Rohan or offering his advice for the Kings and Stewards across the kingdoms of men- all along with the friendship of everyone’s favorite wizard. All this nobility and lineage culminated in the renewal of the title of the King of the Reunited Kingdom of Gondor and Arnor, with the marriage with Arwen Undomiel and the beginning of a presumably more peaceful Age of the world at hand.
The term wild card refers broadly to a tournament or playoff berth awarded to an individual or team that has not qualified through normal play.
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What is a fun card game?
Card games using game-specific cards, not the standard 52-card deck: Uno, Bang, Bonanza, Munchkin.