The Grey Company Defends The Carrock From Nightmarish Trolls

The Grey Company Defends The Carrock From Nightmarish Trolls

It was valiantly fought, but in the end we were overwhelmed by too many locations in the staging area.

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3 Responses to The Grey Company Defends The Carrock From Nightmarish Trolls

  1. Tracker1 says:

    Close. This is a tough one, and a real improvement over normal mode.
    I have beaten it twice now with my Caldara deck. The last win took 17 rounds. I had to beat every toll in the game for the victory. I am really more concerned about the locations in this scenario then i am about the trolls. The location River Nigrle? Increases its threat for each troll in the staging area was a killer. I had to include Thror’s Key for that one. And the treachery that increases your threat by the threat of the staging area can also be deadly. I try to get a Riddlemark’s finest in play to discard if that one pops up and i do not have test of will. This quest can truly turn into a nightmare quickly, and both my victories were a battle to the end.

  2. matthew says:

    River Langflood isn’t just the staging area! “While it is in the staging area, River Langflood gets +1 Threat for each Troll enemy in play.” – it’s all trolls in play! it’s nasty, indeed.

  3. Tracker1 says:

    Yeah, should have read the card before posting, but usually when it comes out all the trolls are in the staging area, but anyway the Key, is well key, in this scenario.

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