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Lord of The Rings

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Here's your chance to prove you are worthy to save Middle Earth. Enter the world envisioned in J.R.R. Tolkien's book Lord of the Rings and become a member of the Fellowship. The goal of the game is to stop the Dark Lord Sauron from winning back the magic Ring, which Frodo has inherited and which Sauron would use to forever enslave the land. The game is played on two boards simultaneously--the Master Board and the Scenario Board, with each player assuming a Hobbit character and advancing or retreating on the Corruption Line of the Master board. The goal is to stay on the light side of the Corruption Line. There are two double-sided Scenario Boards representing the regions of Middle Earth you'll be traveling through. The action of the game is rather complicated, being dictated by the picking of Event Cards, Feature Cards, Activity Cards, and by rolling the die. You'll soon see that this game is all about cooperation, friendship, and compromise--you are asked to give up valuable cards for the common good of the Fellowship. If you get all the way to the dark end of the Corruption Line, you'll be eliminated from the game. There is no individual winner; the group scores points as a whole. At the end of the game, points are awarded based on the amount of shields the players have left and whether or not they succeeded in destroying the Ring. Designed by the acclaimed and prolific game designer Reiner Knizia and beautifully illustrated by longtime \"Middle Earth\" artist John Howe, the result is thought-provoking game-play and a mystical gallery of cards and game boards. This game is intricate and may be daunting at first glance, but after playing it a time or two, you'll find it challenging, exciting, and wonderful for fostering cooperation in teens and adults alike. --M. Sullivan

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Here's your chance to prove you are worthy to save Middle Earth. Enter the world envisioned in J.R.R. Tolkien's book Lord of the Rings and become a member of the Fellowship. The goal of the game is to stop the Dark Lord Sauron from winning back the magic Ring, which Frodo has inherited and which Sauron would use to forever enslave the land.

The game is played on two boards simultaneously--the Master Board and the Scenario Board, with each player assuming a Hobbit character and advancing or retreating on the Corruption Line of the Master board. The goal is to stay on the light side of the Corruption Line. There are two double-sided Scenario Boards representing the regions of Middle Earth you'll be traveling through. The action of the game is rather complicated, being dictated by the picking of Event Cards, Feature Cards, Activity Cards, and by rolling the die. You'll soon see that this game is all about cooperation, friendship, and compromise--you are asked to give up valuable cards for the common good of the Fellowship. If you get all the way to the dark end of the Corruption Line, you'll be eliminated from the game.

There is no individual winner; the group scores points as a whole. At the end of the game, points are awarded based on the amount of shields the players have left and whether or not they succeeded in destroying the Ring. Designed by the acclaimed and prolific game designer Reiner Knizia and beautifully illustrated by longtime "Middle Earth" artist John Howe, the result is thought-provoking game-play and a mystical gallery of cards and game boards. This game is intricate and may be daunting at first glance, but after playing it a time or two, you'll find it challenging, exciting, and wonderful for fostering cooperation in teens and adults alike. --M. Sullivan

Lord of The Rings