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Extraordinary Resilience (1C287)

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Set: The Fellowship of the Ring
Kind: Free People
Culture: Shire
Twilight: 0
Card Type: Event
Game Text: Response: If the Ring-bearer is about to heal, remove a burden instead.
Lore: ”'Don't despair!' said Strider. 'You must trust me now. Your Frodo is made of sterner stuff than I had guessed….'”
Rarity: C

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Extraordinary Resilience (1C287) Wiki

General Strategy

A simple response event, Extraordinary Resilience converts the removal of a wound on the Ring-Bearer to the removal of a burden. The event is of somewhat limited utility, mostly because there are many other cards that can do better (Sam, Son of Hamfast, Elf Song, Narya). This card works well with The Shire Countryside, as you can convert the heal into burden removal and then heal more wounds. It also can be triggered off of Sanctuary healing, which could be useful at site 3 in particular if the Free People's player hasn't accumulated 5 wounds on their fellowship. On the other hand, Extraordinary Resilience has a tendency to clog a hand, as it requires a heal to occur before it can trigger (And it may not even be needed), making other more versatile cards such as Not Listening or Nine-Fingered Frodo and the Ring of Doom more desirable.

The only benefit to Extraordinary Resilience, which could otherwise be seen as hand clog, is the ability to remove the burden during any phase via the response action.

Strengths and Weaknesses

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