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Goals: offense, and lots of it. Elladan kills, Grimbeorn defends in order to kill, and Legolas kills to place progress. Attachments and events are the name of the game with a few token allies just in case. Mulligan for Rivendell Bow to get Elladan ranged and get an attachment on Legolas. Thematically designed for father/sons multiplayer adventuring where your fellowship includes a deck with Elrohir for defense and a deck with Elrond for support and questing.
Elladan's ideal loadout would consist of Orcrist, found in a deck led by Elrohir, plus Rivendell Blade and Rivendell Bow. Rohan Warhorse could also go on him to replace Rivendell Blade if there are numerous weaker enemies and/or if readying an additional time is a priority. Resources from Proud Hunters go on Elladan while he and Legolas tag-team enemies.
Grimbeorn can share the load on defense somewhat but only in the name of getting a chance at clubbing someone. He gets Raiment of War which counts as a weapon and can trigger Swift and Strong, allowing him to defend once, spend 1 resource and then attack for an effective 5 followed by a second attack with an effective 7. He can also trigger Sterner than Steel with his Raiment.
Legolas riding Arod contributes to indirectly by placing progress tokens; no one in this lineup is going to quest otherwise. Bow of the Galadhrim has his name on it, as well as a Rivendell Bow and Rivendell Blade which allow him to hit for effectively 8 .
Defender of Rammas and Soldier of Dol Amroth are there for fodder and to provide emergency defense and overall moral support. If there are excess Raiments Rammas is a great recipient so he's a little more durable, while Soldier of Dol Amroth can let you play an event for free if you place him last and save the resources on your heroes for their printed abilities.
Elven Mail is for Elrohir's benefit. Rohan Warhorse can assist with readying Elladan or Legolas and replaces Rivendell Blade. Secret Vigil keeps the group's threat manageable, while other staples such as Feint, Quick Strike, and Hands Upon the Bow are fairly self-explanatory. Foe-hammer is necessary to get everyone's attachments on the board and since there are no shortage of attachments one can be fairly flexible as far as triggering it and potentially having leftover weapons for something like Swift and Strong.