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Formerly a PC-exclusive gamer, Kae was introduced to the tabletop world by gateway of the World of Warcraft TCG. Since then, her interests have broadened with her favorite games including Battlestar Galactica, Pathfinder, Lord of the Rings LCG, WarmaHordes, and more. Kae is willing to try just about any game and loves learning new strategy.

Trouble in Tharbad Comes To The Ring-maker Cycle

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Hoping to be done with the Dunlending warbands, your heroes will continue on to search for a Dwarf. This is no ordinary Dwarf, however, as he has information that you hope will help with your cause. Nalir, the Dwarf whom carries the information you desire, has gotten himself into trouble. Mainly because the information is also sought by another – the spies of Mordor. Fantasy Flight Games announced the third adventure pack in the Ring-Maker cycle, Trouble in Tharbad.

Battling through orcs and slipping past the spies of Mordor, players must be tactical in slipping through the city streets and protect Nalir. If he is lost in battle, you will fail your mission to get this crucial information back to the White Wizard! A new Silvan hero comes with this adventure pack and 3 copies of each player cards. These include cards with the Silvan and Gondor traits, Doomed X, ways to control threat, and more.

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Gwaihir, the Eagle that rescues Gandalf in the book series, enters play in Trouble in Tharband. Paired with other Eagle allies, he can fetch Eagles from your discard pile to bring your army to mass numbers. On his own, though, Gwaihir is a dependable ally.

The release date for Trouble in Tharbad is set to release in 2014’s second quarter, and we will update you when a release date is officially announced. With the help of the Silvan elves and the return of the Eagles, assemble your forces to best take on the evils of Middle Earth and keep Mordor’s spies from finding the information you need before they do. Will you return to Saruman with Nalir intact, or with grave news of his departure?


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