Tag Archives: Staging Area Control

Fastred Outwits the Black Serpent

At last week’s Austin LotR group I had a chance to test out a multiplayer version of a Fastred deck. The deck was based on this design by Seastan, and I wanted to see if it was possible to adapt … Continue reading

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Bear Market: 5 Invaluable Cards for Multi-player

Dúnedain Signal Having enough defense to handle an onslaught of enemies is one of the most critical aspects of multi-player games. IN a solo game, enemies can more often be handled one-by- one or even with threat control and leaving … Continue reading

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Bear Market: Tempo Archetype

As the game evolves, new archetypes are introduced, and existing archetypes change in often unexpected ways. The tempo archetype is an interesting hybrid between low-threat control decks and high-threat aggro decks. Utilizing powerful heroes and taking advantage of allies entering … Continue reading

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Deck: Haldir the Hunter

GenCon is one of those experiences that is so massive, so overwhelming, that it takes a bit of time to recover and adjust to the day-to-day routine of life. Now that I’ve finally had a chance to settle in and take stock … Continue reading

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Deck: The Window on the West

‘See here, Captain!’ He planted himself squarely in front of Faramir, his hands on his hips, and a look on his face as if he was addressing a young hobbit who had offered him what he called ‘sauce’ when questioned … Continue reading

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