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Set: The Fellowship of the Ring
Kind: Free People
Culture: Shire
Twilight: 0
Card Type: Possession
Game Text: Plays to your support area. Fellowship or Regroup: Exert 2 Hobbits and discard Thror's Map to play the fellowship's next site (replacing opponent's site if necessary).
Lore: Bilbo still keeps a map of Erebor, the Lonely Mountain, as a memento of his journey with the Dwarves many years ago.
Rarity: R
Notes: Game text is an erratum.

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General Strategy

Wildly overpowered before its errata, Thror's Map is a common addition to many decks with strong Hobbit support. With the ability to dodge some of the most difficult sites (such as Anduin Confluence or Brown Lands in Fellowship Block) that may be strategy-crippling, or play a helpful site to your own strategy, Thror's Map is one of the earliest examples of site manipulation in the game. Thror's Map is most commonly seen in the “Hobbit Hospital” strategy, though it can also see Fellowship block play in any deck that relies heavily on allies. A fringe card in Towers Standard (where Get On and Get Away is available), Thror's Map has use in Dauntless Hunter free peoples that do not make use of Pathfinder.

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Rules and Clarifications

Plays to your support area.
Fellowship or Regroup: Exert 2 Hobbits and discard Thrór’s Map to play the fellowship’s next site (replacing opponent’s site if necessary).

Extra Information

Reprinted correctly as a random rare in Fellowship beta Starter Decks.


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