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Set: The Two Towers
Kind: Shadow
Culture: Isengard
Twilight: 6
Card Type: Minion • Uruk-Hai
Strength: 12
Vitality: 4
Site: 5
Game Text: Damage +1. Skirmish: Exert this minion at a battleground to make another Uruk-hai strength +1.
Lore: Promised a fair share of plunder, they defended against possible reinforcements.
Rarity: C

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Uruk Rear Guard (4C191) Wiki

General Strategy

Uruk Rear Guard is an exceptionally doughy uruk, and was a particularly interesting release because it was a common, which broke the trend of Fellowship Block (Where only rare uruks had more than 9 strength). Uruk Rear Guard is very expensive, particularly when considering his roaming cost, but he is powerful and difficult to destroy, making him an excellent choice to prevent double-moves. His ability is useful for assisting smaller uruks, and although it has only a marginal effect, he can perform it up to 3 times, and is usually safe to do so because of his high strength. Deep of Helm works particularly well with this expensive uruk, being a Battleground and making him (Or another uruk) cheaper. In Movie Block, the release of Suffered Much Loss allows the player to make every site a Battleground, which helps this uruk a lot.

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