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Lord of the Rings: The Living Card Game


Fantasy Flight Games


Nate French


Even Mehl Amundsen, Erfian Asafat, Tiziano Baracchi, Ryan Barger, Sara Biddle, Yoann Boissonnet, Leonardo Borazio, Noah Bradley, Marco Caradonna, Kevin Childress, Anna Christenson, West Clendinning, Nicholas Cloister, Soul Core, Daarken, Katherine Dinger, Loren Fetterman, Tony Foti, Tom Garden, Kristina Gehrmann, Lucas Graciano, Margaret Hardy, Jeff Himmelman, David Horne, Christopher Hosch, Ijur, Dominik Kasprzycki, Kaya, Igor Kieryluk, Mathias Kollros, Lius Lasahido, David Lecossu, Henning Ludvigsen, Daryl Mandryk, David Auden Nash, Mike Nash, Winona Nelson, Andrew Olson, Gabrielle Portal, Rio Sabda, Alexandru Sabo, Amanda Sartor, Marc Scheff, Alexandr Shaldin, WiL Springer, John Stanko, Matthew Starbuck, Florian Stitz, Nikolay Stoyanov, Angela Sung, Sandara Tang, Fredrik Tyskerud, Santiago Villa, Magali Villeneuve, Frank Walls, Jason Ward, Drew Whitmore, John Wigley, Mark Winters, Jen Zee, Ben Zweifel

Publisher's Description

An ancient evil stirs in the black lands of Mordor, and the people of Middle-earth speak of a terrible doom approaching from the east. The Dark Lord Sauron is gathering his forces, and should he acquire the power he seeks, he will cast the world into eternal shadow. The only hope lies in a heroic few who must work together to stem the tide of evil… The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game is a cooperative Living Card Game® in which one to four players command some of the most powerful characters and artifacts in Middle-earth.








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