Thematic "Battle of Pelennor Fields" - Gondor

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Thematic Saga - "Battle of Pelennor Fields"
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This is one of the 2 decks for "Battle of Pelennor Fields" in my Thematic Saga run (which includes the 2 PoD quests that are inserted after the 1st quest in Black Riders.) I beat the quest twice in 3 tries on Easy Mode with the Fellowship.

In my Saga run, Boromir did not succumb to the Ring (in either Hero or Ally form) and so can be included here.

Gandalf and Pippin have made their way to Gondor so they are both in this deck.

Esquire of Gondor is on Pippin.

Visionary Leadership is probably the most important card to mulligan for....but Steward of Gondor, Ingold, Faramir, or one of the Lore allies are all up there as well.

Armored Destrier is for Theoden in the Rohan deck (the other half of the Fellowship.)

Envoy of Pelargir, Pelargir Ship Captain and the Errand-rider can all help get some resources to the Rohan deck. Valiant Sacrifice will probably be used mostly on the Rohan deck as well.

Build up your swarm for super questing power. Also, this deck will have to deal with at least 2 of the Nazgul. It can even handle the Witch-King once Aragorn shows up and boosts every character's attack.


Aug 03, 2020 doomguard 192

thematic, with boromir at the pelennor fields? lol

but, if he was not seduced by the ring, why not. ^^

Aug 03, 2020 Tubarush 228

As noted, Boromir did not die in my Saga run. Thus, here he is!!

Aug 03, 2020 doomguard 192

honestly it is very unlikely, that boromir dies in this cardgame. but in the books it is a very important task, that boromir died where he died, and how and why.

so it was funny to see "theamatic" what usually is refered to "close at tolkiens world" and then have a living boromir at the battle of minas thirit, what is far away from the books. but i asume you mean with thematic gondor-related and not close to tolkien.