Current Decks Used – New Decks!

Although I recently posted my new decks in Part 1 of my Nightmare Campaign/Nightmare Review of Shadow of the Past, I have decided to showcase them in an article not only as reference for future articles and reports/reviews and because I have made further recent changes but also just to talk a little bit about …

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Nightmare Review – Flight to the Ford/Nightmare Campaign – Part 3

'At once the white horse sprang away and sped like the wind along the last lap of the Road. At the same moment the black horses leaped down the hill in pursuit, and from the Riders came a terrible cry, such as Frodo had heard filling the woods with horror in the Eastfarthing far away. It was …

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Nightmare Review – A Knife in the Dark/Nightmare Campaign – Part 2

'Over the lip of the little dell, on the side away from the hill, they felt, rather than saw, a shadow rise, one shadow or more than one. They strained their eyes, and the shadows seemed to grow. Soon there could be no doubt: three or four tall black figures were standing there on the slope, looking …

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Nightmare Review – A Shadow of the Past/Nightmare Campaign – Part 1

'Round the corner came a black horse, no hobbit-pony but a full-sized horse; and on it sat a large man, who seemed to crouch in the saddle, wrapped in a great black cloak and hood, so that only his boots in the high stirrups showed below; his face was shadowed and invisible. When it reached …

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Nightmare Review – The Weather Hills

Hello! It's been a little while since my last post as I have been fairly busy of late. One of the things I have been busy with is actually trying out new versions of my decks including a pretty big hero change! I changed Galdor out for Galadriel and made several changes to both decks …

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