Horn of Gondor

Attachment. Cost: 1.

Item. Artifact.

This card was errata'd

Attach to a hero. Restricted.

Response: After a character is destroyed, add 1 resource to attached hero's pool.

'Slow should you be to wind that horn again, Boromir,' said Elrond, 'until you stand once more on the borders of your land, and dire need is on you.'
The Fellowship of the Ring
Mark Winters

Core Set #42. Tactics.

Horn of Gondor
Reviews

Ah, Horn of Gondor. You've seen better days. This was an amazing resource accelerator second only to Steward of Gondor. And then Seastan broke the game again with another infinite loop (which is all well and good). The designers could have simply given Emery or Rallying Cry an errata and the Horn would still be great. Oh, well. Rest in peace Horn of Gondor. You have joined your bearer.

The new Gondorian "Taps" bugle. The HOG was overpowered, way too powerful with silvans on the table. But this version basically takes it out of the card pool unless you love chump blocking which makes it good for swarm decks. Just really unsatisfying to use for a very memorable artifact from the story. Could have had valour synergy, "exhaust horn to raise your threat by 1 and add 1 resource" or "exhaust HOG raise your threat by 1 and ready up to 3 allies" something powerful enough to justify its "unique" and "restricted" trait in most decks. Plenty of tactic decks might actually use something like that.

Horn of Gondor is very nice resource accelerator, which is getting even better for me with eagle deck and Prince Imrahil. Basically in every deck using leaving/coming mechanics, it works very well. i own only one core set, but in this case I'm glad its unique. Some things should stay limited. Artwork is very nice. Verdict: 5/5.

matrosh 149
It's now very limited, in the sense it got errata'ed and now it just works with allies being destroyed, not just leaving play. — Freeman 3
oh, good to know — matrosh 149
yeah now its extremely uninteresting to build with. — MinkeWhale 43