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Results: 12 Cards

Return to Mirkwood (x3)
[3] 1 2 0 2 4โ˜… 5 [128497]
Silvan.   Scout.  

While Mirkwood Runner is attacking alone, the defending enemy does not count its .

"...let a ploughman plough, but choose an otter for swimming, and for running light over grass and leaf or over snow-an Elf."
–Legolas, The Fellowship of the Ring


Road to Rivendell (x3)
[1] 10 [559090]
Item.   Weapon.  

Attach to a Noldor or Silvan character. Restricted.

When attached character attacks an enemy, that enemy gets -2 until the end of the phase.


The Lost Realm (x1)
(12) 2 3 2 5 7โ˜… 7 [15664]
Dúnedain.   Ranger.   Warrior.  

Each enemy engaged with you gets -1 .

Response: After Aragorn participates in an attack that destroys an enemy, choose an enemy not engaged with you and engage that enemy.

"I serve no man," said Aragorn; "but the servants of Sauron I pursue into whatever land they may go." –The Two Towers


Temple of the Deceived (x3)
[1] 8 [233256]
Trap.  

Play Entagling Nets into the staging area, unattached.

If unattached, attach Entangling Nets to the next eligible enemy that enters the staging area.

Attached enemy gets -2 and -2


The Drowned Ruins (x3)
[3] 0 3 0 2 4โ˜… 8 [265485]
Silvan.   Warrior.  

Ranged.

Response: After Marksman of Lรณrien enters play, choose an enemy. That enemy gets -2 until the end of the round.

"Keen are the eyes of the Elves."
–Aragorn, The Two Towers


A Storm on Cobas Haven (x3)
[1] 1 [18060]

Action: Choose a player. Each enemy engaged with that player gets -1 until the end of the phase. Then, the players as a group may spend 2 resources to have the chosen player draw 1 card each time he attacks and destroys an enemy this phase.

"Good!" said Legolas. "But my count is now two dozen. It has been knife–work up here." –The Two Towers


The Withered Heath (x1)
(11) 0 3 3 5 7โ˜… 3 [6652]
Beorning.   Warrior.  

Sentinel.

Response: After Grimbeorn the Old defends an attack, spend 1 resource from his pool to declare him as an attacker against that enemy (and resolve his attack). The defending enemy gets -2 for this attack.


The Withered Heath (x3)
[1] 3 [50016]

Response: After a Beorning character is declared as an attacker or defender against an enemy, that enemy gets -2 and -2 until the end of the phase.

Swiftly he returned and his wrath was redoubled, so that nothing could withstand him, and no weapon seemed to bite upon him. –The Hobbit


The Hobbit: On the Doorstep (x1)
(11) 2 3 2 4 7โ˜… 3 [6093]
Esgaroth.   Warrior.  

Ranged.

When Bard the Bowman makes a ranged attack, the enemy he attacks gets -2 until the end of the phase.

Now he shot with a great yew bow, till all his arrows but one were spent. –The Hobbit


The Treason of Saruman (x1)
[0] 1 [1480]
Skill.  

Permanent.

Setup: Attach to a Warrior hero.

Response: After attached hero is declared as the only attacker against a non-unique enemy, exhaust Intimidation to give that enemy -2 for this attack.

"None knows what the new day shall bring him," said Aragorn. "Get you gone, ere it turn to your evil!"
–Aragorn, The Two Towers


The Land of Shadow (x3)
[3] 0 4 2 3 6โ˜… 7 [191827]
Ent.  

Cannot have restricted attachments. Enters play exhausted.

While Skinbark is attacking alone against an Orc enemy, that enemy does not count its .

"He was wounded by the Orcs, and many of his folk and his tree–herds have been murdered and destroyed." –Treebeard, The Two Towers


The Land of Shadow (x3)
[3] 4 [74457]

Lower the cost to play In the Shadows by 1 for each Hobbit or Ranger hero you control.

Combat Action: Each enemy engaged with you with engagement cost higher than your threat gets -1 and -1 until the end of the phase.

He could see them stealing up the slopes, singly or in long files, keeping always to the shade of grove or thicket... –The Two Towers