Keep it low, then hit 'em hard.

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Jack McVian 4

This deck is not very hard to play and it is really effective. It's logic is to keep your threat low by using Nori's and Dwalin's ability (if you are playing a quest that has orcs).Also, in almost evey phase, you will use Bifur's ability since he is the only Lore heroe among the three (since the 50% of the cards in the deck, give or take, are lore cards). By keeping your threat low, 80% of the times, YOU will decide when to start fighting with powerful enemies. This gives you the opportunity to build up your dwarf army, which will happen quickly, without being pressured by your threat nor the enemies that much. In my experience, this deck stands up pretty good against most of the quests. ( If the quest has no orcs, you can put Ori and Bombur instead of Bifur and Dwalin. But those kind of quests are only around 30% of the quests available. Taking everything into account, this deck is really good for solos, but when playing with other players, it is a little bit selfish. :)

3 comments

Aug 16, 2018 The BGamerJoe 2849

Nice deck! Good to see Dwalin in a deck. He's a cool hero. I played a few games with your deck and featured it on my blog: lotrdecktest.wordpress.com I enjoyed playing this! Thanks!

Aug 16, 2018 Jack McVian 4

Thank you very much for spending time playing with my deck, as well as adding some other cards to try out new synergies. I will be happy to consider what you suggested. Many thanks, and have fun!

Aug 16, 2018 Betschi 1

How can you play Ally Bifur / Dwalin when you have them as heroes?