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Songs of the Blessed Realm (1C61)

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Set: The Fellowship of the Ring
Kind: Free People
Culture: Elven
Twilight: 1
Card Type: Condition
Game Text: Plays to your support area. Each time you play an [Elven] tale, you may remove a burden.
Lore: Elves seem to like music and poetry and tales as much as Hobbits like food.
Rarity: C

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Songs of the Blessed Realm (1C61) Wiki

General Strategy

Songs of the Blessed Realm is a stackable, support area condition that removes a burden for each Elven tale played. With four copies in play, a single copy of The Last Alliance of Elves and Men could remove four burdens, crippling an Easterling or corruption strategy. While the number of Elven tales is short, they tend to be among the most powerful events and conditions, such as Alliance Reforged, The Tale of Gil-Galad, or The Splendor of Their Banners. That said, Sam, Son of Hamfast and Gandalf's Pipe remain the best burden removal cards with their ability to peel burdens with fewer card slots (or in an more focused strategy).

This condition pairs well with Red Book of Westmarch to draw cards as both use the same trigger, and Bilbo, Well-Spoken Gentlehobbit can use Elven tale conditions to discard support area Shadow conditions.

Strengths and Weaknesses

Strong Versus...

Weak Versus...

  • Condition discarding
  • Decks with no corruption focus


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