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This Card-Review article was written by a anonymous person and was published first on "Lord of the Rings Online (lotrtcg.decipher.com)".
"'One by one, regardless of their strength to good or evil...they fell.'"
Worry is one of those Fellowship set cards that got a lot of use when first released, and gradually faded into the background as further sets came out, and then suddenly exploded back on the scene when the Isengard Trackers were introduced with The Two Towers base set, because anything that keys off winning a skirmish is twice as good when you have twice as many skirmishes to win.See the rest of this Card-Review...
This Card-Review article was written by Matt Clemans and was published first on "Lord of the Rings Online (lotrtcg.decipher.com)".See the rest of this Card-Review...
This Card-Review article was written by Trek Barnes and was published first on "Lord of the Rings Online (lotrtcg.decipher.com)".
"'I have not passed through fire and death to bandy crooked words with a serving-man till the lightning falls.'"
Ok, Gandalf has the most effective condition removal, no question about it. But Dunland's nastiest permanent, Hides, isn't a condition, it's a possession. Add in the new possession-based strategies of the Isengard Warg-riders, and the Raiders' Mumaks, not to mention the Ringwraith's Black Steeds, the Uruak-Hai's Broad-bladed Swords, and possessions are clearly an important part of many Shadow strategies.
Which prompts the question - how do you get rid of them?
Gandalf, of course, has the answer to this one as well, in Roll of Thunder.See the rest of this Card-Review...