Reviewing Lord of the Rings LCG one card at a time.
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I didn’t get a chance to continue my Angmar Awakened campaign yet. That just means everyone gets the next installment of To Catch An Orc with my minimum purchase deck. I think everyone will be glad to read this one right after the one posted on Monday.
A little break in reviews due to other obligations. Also, hopefully the podcast review of Sarn Ford Sentry that I reviewed already will be coming out this week. In the meant time here is another To Catch an Orc Minimum Purchase playthrough!
I decided that my plan would be to rely on my low starting threat (that is now 4 lower thanks to Fend Off Despair) and quest hard the entire game. The goal is to minimize gaining Losing Time burdens. I don’t think I can win in 3 rounds, but getting only 2 wouldn’t be too…
I’m back with a slight modification taking out one copy of Self Preservation and one of Warden of Annuminas for 2 copies of Daughter of Nimrodel. I think that will help make healing a little easier to find and a little more flexibility on healing.