Ranger of the North

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All the decks I make are intended for multi-player games, since I enjoy the social aspect of playing with others. This means that the decks tend to be specialised and rely on combining with other decks that specialise in other aspects of play. Please bear this in mind when reviewing and commenting on the deck.

Note: This deck could be considered in the recent challenge to make a good deck using Smeagol (see here). I don't claim that this deck is OP, but it is a reasonable support deck in a fellowship where other decks are able to specialise in other areas.

This deck combines Aragorn with low-threat heroes and uses Song of Eärendil to give threat-protection to the other players. The deck is mostly composed of attachments and so it can use Master of the Forge and Expert Treasure-hunter to draw additional cards. It can also draw additional cards with Sméagol so it can churn through cards very rapidly and play out a large number of low-cost attachments. Your attachments provide you with some solid support for questing and for defence and attack. In particular, you have A Burning Brand and Dark Knowledge to deal with enemy shadow cards and you have Silver Circlet and Star Brooch to provide additional willpower.

The basic idea of the deck is to provide threat-protection to the other players and draw cards for yourself, raising your own threat in order to protect the rest of the fellowship and churn your cards rapidly. Once you have a high threat you can then reset your threat back to twenty using the ability on Aragorn. This can give you up to twenty-nine free threat-reduction which can allow you to easily manage the threat for the entire fellowship.