This is must have card which can make great combo with any ally in the game and in any possible phase of the game. Also this card is the reason why songs exist. There is several similar cards in different faction as Born Aloft for example, but all of them have more restriction then this one. There Really the one to rule them all. Artwork is fine. Verdict: 5/5.

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I think this card was really named wrongly. It could have been "Hooray!" "Fight for your liveees!" "For the glory of middle-eaaaarth!" or actually anything similar used in such situations beside "For Gondor!" It's quite good attack boost for all characters, but I usually don't put it in my deck, when i don't have enough Gondor traits and then..in the middle of quest..fighting with strong enemy.....I realize I didn't need it. Too late. Ok, I suppose you can use the trait and even combo it with Stand Together quite well, but if you need so much , you're in big trouble. Artwork is nice. Verdict: 3/5.

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I don't use this card too much, cause I usually play solo and I didn't find a really good combo for this. In rare cases I usually use it for Denethor. However I wonder, how this can work in multiplayer. Artwork is ok. Verdict: 3/5.

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Ever Vigilant is not a bad card and from time to time comes very handy, so when there is still space in my deck, when all must have cards are in, I'll add a pair. The artwork could be less dark, so the drawing could be more visible. Otherwise ok. Verdict: 3/5.

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I used Brok in the early decks only as an insurance in combo with Fortune or Fate, and only in rare situations, when Glóin was killed for one round. It worked well but playing him in standart deck was too costy for what he can do. From time to time I used him with Sneak Attack, but never really paid for him. But now, when I finally have Dáin Ironfoot I wonder if he can get better...and also heading for khazad-dum AP's. So we will see... and the artwork is great. Verdict: 3/5.

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