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 on: April 24, 2017, 04:36:18 PM 
Started by Colonel Axolotl - Last post by Enabran
Like you, I play with my friends and I am the only one with cards. I built all my decks with 35 cards. So I can schoose any combination I desire or my friends want to play.
For my free peoples decks I try to use 8 strength modifying Events, 4 Conditions, 13 Possessions, 4 Artifacts and 6 Companions. Usually I do not mix cultures.

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 on: April 24, 2017, 02:38:28 PM 
Started by Colonel Axolotl - Last post by Deckhunter
Generally when you have a small collection of cards you own then you don't need to limit yourself to a certain block or set. My general advice for deckbuilding is don't get carried away and build a huge deck without a way to actually draw most of the cards or you'll get a deck that's spotty at best. Stay within the range of thirty to thirty seven or so cards per side, maybe more if you play something like moria and rohan. Another thing is that you don't really have to bother overly much with culture when building at home unless it gives your deck an edge. One of my best real life decks minion sides is literally all just three cost minions with 7-9 strength and it can beat most of my monoculture fellowships just fine. The main thing is messing around with your own card pool to find your own metagame and what works.
Anyway, I hope this helps, and welcome back to this wonderful game. If you want to play online then there's plenty of people who still use gemp and we'd be happy to have you.

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 on: April 24, 2017, 02:07:31 PM 
Started by Colonel Axolotl - Last post by Colonel Axolotl
Hi everyone,

I played LORT TCG when I was little, when the movies came out. I sold my cards back then, but recently I managed to get my hands on some starter decks. I also bought some on Internet, so now, I have all these cards (ranging from sets 1 through 10 mostly, but I have some from set 11 and 13) and I'm looking to play. I read the rules and I understand them pretty well, but I'm struggling to build my deck properly.

I don't to build the ''perfect'' deck, because I only want to play with the cards I have physically. I just want to know the basics, since I can't rely on the lists I found here, which use a lot of cards I don't have.

I know I will get better at this with playing, but I'm being a little overwhelmed by all the information I read here or on the wiki.

So, what I need is some basic information about deck building, with cards from the Movie Block. I'm looking to build 3 or 4 different decks, since I want to play with friends and family (who don't have any cards and don't know how to play... I think you could say I'm a casual player XD). Any advice you can give me is welcomed, and most importantly, any advice on what I should NOT do.

Should I start playing with only cards from the Fellowship block? Or maybe TS would be ok?

Thank you!
 

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 on: April 19, 2017, 07:08:44 PM 
Started by Kenddrick - Last post by Air Power
Welcome back!  It sounds like you dropped around the same time I showed up. 

Forum is still here, but not as active as it used to be.  Online play has moved from GCCG to Gemp, which is nice because it has automated rules implementation.  There's also a project fleshing out the card wiki, which replaced the previous database.

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 on: April 19, 2017, 06:31:27 PM 
Started by Kenddrick - Last post by Kenddrick
Hi everyone,

It's been sometime since I dropped by this forum (my old account had the same user) - around 6 years to be exact. A lot has changed for me since then - I completed my pre-college education and mandatory military service. I'm now looking to graduate from college and pursue post-grad studies.

Not sure how active is the forum, but I definitely enjoy taking a walk down memory lane. LOTR TCG does indeed bring back some very fond memories.

Looking forward to hearing from everyone and maybe check out LOTR TCG once again!

Ken

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 on: April 19, 2017, 03:18:19 AM 
Started by dmaz - Last post by ArtificerAlf
dmaz, I sent you a PM too. Smiley

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 on: April 18, 2017, 05:14:20 PM 
Started by dmaz - Last post by ANGRY
Hey, dmaz, I sent you a PM!

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 on: April 18, 2017, 10:58:46 AM 
Started by -Enola- - Last post by -Enola-
Thanks, I made some changes on these 3 cards. Tell me if it's ok now.

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 on: April 17, 2017, 08:37:13 AM 
Started by Air Power - Last post by ununtrium
All,

I'm in the process of reducing my excess C & UC cards, and I'd rather send them to someone who might enjoy them than recycle them.  Before I put too much effort into setting this up, I'd like a gauge of how many people would be interested.

Basically, I'll fill a flat-rate box with C & UC cards from sets 1-13 (but mostly 1-10):  
-The only rares or foils will be Reflections R cards (not R+, sorry).  
-Most cards are still pack-fresh, but some have wear.
-I'll try not to put more than 4 of the same card in the box, but I may not catch cards that had multiple printings (e.g. hobbit sword).
-$7.67 over PayPal will cover the cost of mailing the box to US addresses (including PayPal fees).  I'm willing to send internationally as well, but it will be more expensive.

If you'd like to receive cards, please let me know

I would be interested in up to 6-7 copies each of 7U360 Dagorlad, 7C108 Knight's Spear, 8U64 Mumakil and 3C43 Might of Numenor, if you were open to shipping individual cards. Would you be willing to ship to Germany? Many thanks!

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 on: April 17, 2017, 05:59:00 AM 
Started by Air Power - Last post by Zurcamos
I might be interested.  Keep me posted.

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