Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring Board Game
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Welcome to Middle-earth, where dark powers threaten to destroy all that is good. the future of civilization depends on The One Ring, which has been lost for centuries. Powerful forces are unrelenting in their search for it.
The fate of all Middle-earth is in your hands as you become the force behind the Fellowship of the Ring -- guiding the Ringbearer, Frodo Baggins, and heroic companions on the first part of their epic journey.
Relive the adventure of New Line Cinema's Academy Award-winning epic film through The Fellowship of the Ring board game. With majestic images and scenes taken directly from the film, life-long followers or firs-time fans will find the game uniquely challenging, yet easy to play, as this saga of good against evil unfolds.
- 74 Ring Cards
12 Character Cards
- 11 Character Pawns
- 6 Character Trait Cards
- 6 Scoring Rings
- 6 Scoring Gauges
- 12 Scoring-Gauge Bases
- 1 Six-sided die
- 1 Instruction Sheet
Average Rating: 5 in 1 review
One of the most interesting board games to play in general. You dont accually have a set pawn like in most board games, you and the other players can move 1 pawn of your choice durring their turn. The most interesting part about the game is the board. you dont get to see the entire board when you start playing. The board is several NUMBERED puzzle peices. You start the game in hobbiton with Frodo on one path and Gandalf on anouther path, when you reach the end the path you add the next peice of the board to the game. It sounds confussing but once you accually see the board peices you will understand. and just to make sure there isn't any confusion, you do NOT end up putting together a puzzle. Each board peice has a number and each path end tells you what board to add on next. The other interesting aspect is that you can play Lord of the rings:fellowship, Two Towers and Return of the king, together. Because the board just keeps expanding. The objectve of the game (since you dont have a set pawn) is to score the highest on your Good/Evil Counter. Different events in the game will tell you to move your counter a set amount of points to good or evil.
A truly entertaining game. Fully Recomended.