E37 – Double Deluxe

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Episode 37

– Welcome
– News – Very little!
– Content: Brief discussion of the Riddle mechanic in Hobbit quest 3

– Review of Heirs of Numenor player cards!

– Sign off

9 thoughts on “E37 – Double Deluxe

  1. I like the review of Encounter cards because you usally say what kind of Player cards are good against them. Which is a big help for all of us. I would rather have you talk about Encounter cards almost more than Player cards. There is my 2 cents.

  2. I like your reviews of encounter cards. I like when you discuss how bad and dangerous these cards are in 1/2player game and 3/4player game. Also how easy or hard is to figth against them, and what players cards are best for that.
    In early show you had 3-4 levels of how bad, ugly, fugly these cards are 🙂

  3. Dune 2 was one of the first games I played on PC, long long time ago. I think it was on 486 PC nad 14″ monitor 🙂 I played it for hours and hours 🙂
    Keep the review of encounter cards 😉
    Also, guys are you active in discussion on LOTR:LCG’s profile at BoardGameGeek?

  4. Also, I know Nate French is very busy, but couldn’t Jared interview Caleb or somebody else at FFG? At least e-mail interview so one of you could read questions and one of you would pretend to be Caleb 🙂

    Also, DiceTower podcast had recently live show from BGG.con: http://youtu.be/n2I_PSY0J_c

    When are we going to see you guys live video podcasting? 😀 You are very funny and I often laught listening you show. I think it would be even more entertaining watching you 🙂

  5. Great show guys just got the LOTR card game off my secret santa on BGG and started listening to your show. I have been listening to the shows in order right from episode 1 your reviews of the cards are informative and often hilarious. Just wanted to drop you a line to say love the show and keep up the great work.

  6. About the the resource thing on Boromir, my interpretation is that Gondor being on the verge of defeat under Denethor, it has to rely heavily on allies and fortunate events (which is what resources buy). When soldiers see a chance of support their moral is boosted and they become fiercer in battle.

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