This ongoing set of articles is dedicated to explaining and exploring key deck-building concepts:
Part 1 – Deck Abilities
Part 2 – Core Set Construction
Part 3 – Exploring Mono Sphere (Leadership)
Part 4 – Exploring Mono Sphere (Lore)
Part 5 – Exploring Mono Sphere (Spirit)
Part 6 – Exploring Mono Sphere (Tactics)
Part 7 – Healing
Part 8 – Card Draw
Part 9 – Scrying
Part 10 – Defense Buffs
Part 11 – Resource Generation
Part 12 – Exploring Tri Sphere (Elves of Rivendell)
Part 13 – Testing A Deck
Part 14 – Four Player Decks (Mono Sphere)
Part 15 – Testing A Deck In Practice #1
Part 15 – Testing A Deck In Practice #2
Thanks. This is extremely helpful. Thanks for taking the time to do this!\
Glad you found it useful!
New to the game so this is very useful. Thank you.
Thanks for reading!
So what’s your opinion on the Shadows of Mirkwood songs (travel, kings, battle, wisdom)?
I don’t use them too much these days, mainly because there’s other ways to get the resource icons (Vilya, Nenya, Sword that was Broken, etc.), but I still definitely use them when it makes sense to do so.
This is interesting and helpful, but frustrating for someone who has got one core set only!
This is totally amazing–thanks for spending time to create such a great resource.
I just started playing and this is an excellent resource. Thanks.
What still perplexes me is why anyone would NOT use a mono-deck. It appears if you don’t run a mono deck, that limits your resource generation. Recourses obviously is like money in the game and having all three heroes generating 3+ recources per round is key to getting lots of allies on the table to assist your actions (the big three; questing, attacking or defending). So why would people risk that? So many cards are resource expensive. I usually run two mono spheres (spirit and tactics) and my wife runs a deck of lore… in essence three mono decks. Why don’t more players do this?
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