24 – The Lost Realm (Player Cards)


Dan, Derek, and Matthew take a look at the new player cards released with The Lost Realm expansion! Next episode will be a strategy session and review of the quests from that box.

This episode brought to you by all of our Patrons! Thank you!

Opening music from The Hobbit film soundtrack. Bumper music, as always, by Portugal. The Man.  Top image courtesy Master of Lore.

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4 Responses to 24 – The Lost Realm (Player Cards)

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  2. diedertk says:

    Great episode!

    I still have some catching up to do, but this pack seems great. I was really suprised by Matthew his responses, lol, perhaps he ain’t that Tactics guy I always deem him to be, though I do agree him mostly. There is no single dud in this deck really (except for Star Brooch maybe) but all the cards don’t really shout INCLUDE ME! I like Dunedain Hunter really much and I would want to like Ranger Summons more, but it’s just not really worthwhile sadly.Tom Bombadil doesn’t even have surge, so why would a card you freely put into the encounter deck have such a draw back.. We’ll have to wait and see if other encounterdeck cards show up. 🙂

    Looking forward to the next one!

    Recent discussion on the FFG forums made me realise again how great our community actually is. I never ‘met’ so many hearthwarming, welcoming people, especially not via internet, so I wanted to thank you here for all your efforts and content you produce. Thanks for doing this guys and please keep up the good work! 🙂

  3. anderslundqvist says:

    Nice episode. Got the box yesterday. Trying to build a decent solo Dunedain deck with Aragon, Halverad and Idraen. They just don’t seem to gel all that well…

  4. anderslundqvist says:

    Spellchecker, not me 🙂

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