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Contest Winner: Fifth Sphere

by on November 7, 2013

Fantastic entries were submitted, votes were tallied, and a winner can now be declared for the Fifth Sphere contest! I have to say that out of all the contests I have run so far, this was the most impressive in terms of quality and creativity (and that’s saying something, because the contest entries have generally been top-notch). I could easily see some of the fifth spheres that were submitted working in the game. There were interesting mechanics suggested that I hope the designers integrate at some point: from one-hero Maiar decks to Wild animals to Saruman-like manipulation tricks to time delayed cards to the use of progress tokens from locations to pay for things. I sincerely wish I had 14 copies of the Blood of Gondor to send to everyone who entered. Unfortunately there can only be on winner, and that winner is Arthur P. and his Community sphere! Congratulations Arthur!

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  1. Wrobel Swirek permalink

    Congratulations to the winner 🙂

    I must say, that all the cards were grate and I would love to play them regardless, if they were in 5th sphere or would be included in current spheres 🙂

  2. Tiandes permalink

    Congrats to the winner

    Really enjoyed participating!

  3. Tonskillitis permalink

    Great contest, thanks everyone. I wonder if we ever will see another sphere in the life of this cardgame? I suppose the ringbearer sphere will persist for at least some if not all of the saga expansions. It already has maybe the most powerful event card in the game. Perhaps they’ll develop that sphere to incorporate corruption style mechanics…

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