Encounter Set Review: Passage Through Mirkwood

Flies and spiders… that's the name of the very stage of Passage Through Mirkwood scenario… and it quite fits one of the first Encounter set, which We would call as "practice". Of course, the Player doesn't play with each encounter set separately - each scenario consists of more encounter sets. But Passage Through Mirkwood set doesn't exert any pressure … Continue reading Encounter Set Review: Passage Through Mirkwood

Testing Quests (or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Deck)

You've taken your first steps into a larger world. After learning the game, picking up a few expansions and doing the Core Set quests to death, you want to build some decks that don’t merely involve throwing all the cards of the same colour together. Well first of all I am going to recommend RingsDB, … Continue reading Testing Quests (or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Deck)

Player card review: The Watcher in the Water

Elrond is disturbed by the report of Arwen’s journey to Rivendell. He has requsted that the heroes discover the source of the increased Orc activity along the Misty Mountains. This mission has led the party South to Moria, but the Doors of Durin are blocked by a deep, dark lake. As the heroes make their … Continue reading Player card review: The Watcher in the Water