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Results: 3 Cards

The Flame of the West (x1)

Setup: Each player may trade heroes without incurring a threat penalty. The first player may raise each player's threat by 1 to search his deck for Anduril and add it to his hand. Remove each burden with these burden set icons from the encounter deck: A Shadow of the Past, Flight to the Ford, The Ring Goes South, The Passage of the Marshes, Shelob's Lair

"...there is only one way through the mountains that will bring me to the coastlands before all is lost. That is the Paths of the Dead." –Aragorn, The Return of the King

Resolution: Add each copy of Overcome by Fear attached to a player's threat dial to the campaign pool and record the name of each player it was attached to. If Army of the Dead is in the victory display, add the Army of the Dead boon to the campaign pool. The players have earned each card added to the campaign pool

Then Aragorn said: "The hour is come at last. Now I go to Pelargir upon Anduin, and ye shall come after me. And when all this land is clean of the servants of Sauron, I will hold the oath fulfilled, and ye shall have peace and depart for ever. For I am Elessar, Isildur's heir of Gondor." –The Return of the King


The Mountain of Fire (x1)

Setup: Each player may change heroes he controls without incurring the +1 threat penalty. Attach A Heavy Burden to the hero with Last of the Company attached. Each player chooses an Item boon (excluding Andรบril) from the campaign pool and sets it aside, out of play. Remove each burden with the following burden set icons from the encounter deck, then flip this card over: Helm's Deep, The Road to Isengard and The Passing of the Grey Company

Forced: When the players advance to stage 3A, attach A Heavy Burden to the Ring-bearer. Attach each set aside Item boon to Shagrat as a guarded objective. When Shagrat is defeated, return each guarded boon to its owner's hand.

Resolution: If Shagrat is in play, remove each Item boon attached to it from the campaign pool. (The players have lost those boons.)

The will of the Watchers was broken with a suddenness like the snapping of a cord, and Frodo and Sam stumbled forward. Then they ran. Through the gate and past the great seated figures with their glittering eyes. There was a crack. The keystone of the arch crashed almost on their heels, and the wall above crumbled, and fell in ruin. Only by a hair did they escape.
–The Return of the King


The Mountain of Fire (x1)

Setup: Each player may change heroes he controls without incurring the +1 threat penalty. Place X resource tokens on this card, where X is the number of resource tokens on The Black Gate as recorded in the campaign log. Remove each burden with the following burden set icons from the encounter deck: Helm's Deep, The Road to Isengard The Passing of the Grey Company

Forced: At the end of the round, remove 1 resource token from this card. Then, if there are no resource tokens here, the players lose the game.

Resolution: The first player must choose: - Keep The One Ring card and succumb to the power of Sauron. Then, the players lose the campaign.

- Destroy The One Ring card and defeat the power of Sauron. Then, the players win the campaign.

"I have come," he said. "But I do not choose to do what I came to do. I will not do this deed. The Ring is mine!" And suddenly, as he set it on his finger, he vanished from Sam's sight.
–The Return of the King

"The realm of Sauron is ended!" said Gandalf. "The Ring–bearer has fulfilled his Quest." And as the Captains gazed south to the Land of Mordor, it seemded to them that, black against the pall of cloud, there rose a huge shape of shadow, impenetrable, lightning–crowned, filling all the sky. Enormous it reared above the world, and stretched out towards them a vast threatening hand, terrible but impotent: for even as it leaned over them, a great wind took it, and it was all blown away, and passed; and then a hush fell.
–The Return of the King