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Risk: The Lord of the Rings
 
 
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Risk: The Lord of the Rings

Trilogy Edition


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Ages Players
9+ 2-4

Publisher(s): Hasbro, Parker Brothers

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Product Description

The forces of darkness are gathering in Mordor to lead a charge that could be the end of Middle-earth. In neighboring Gondor, defenses are being prepared as the battle begins. The One Ring is making its way onward toward Mount Doom while the battle heats up. Who will be left standing when the combat ends?

In this expanded edition of Risk: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Edition you'll find:

  • Middle-earth gameboard including Gondor, Mordor and Haradwaith
  • materials from the entire The Lord of the Rings film trilogy
  • additional territory cards
  • additional battalions
  • additional adventure cards
  • alternate ways to play

Product Information

Contents:

  • 1 gold-tone ring
  • 4 armies
  • 126 cards
  • 3 red dice
  • 2 black dice
  • 1 gameboard
  • instruction booklet
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Product Reviews

 
 
 
 
 

Average Rating: 4.2 in 12 reviews

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One turn decides it all
March 24, 2004

Nice map. Nice cards. Nice units. The game is fun. The fact that you don't have to wait to gain extra units makes it all more agressive and opens up the game in contrast to regular risk. However it lessens diplomacy. Having two sides and just one winner feels strange sometimes. The ring acts as a timer so the game takes about two hours. Leaders, strongholds and action cards give the extra edge. One downside: everything is decided in the last turn. The player who plays this turn seems to have a major advantage. Another downside: only four players. The game is better than regular Risk if you like the theme but Risk 2210 seems to be the superior game in the genre.

 
 
 
 
 
I'm Getting Addicted
February 13, 2004

I happen to LOVE risk and the lord of the rings. (not many people like to play me because i am good). This game is the best. Even if it is a little bit more then regular risk its worth it. I like the idea of having leaders and the stronghold. The only downside is that it is EATING UP MY WEEKENDS. If you are as fanatic as I am, BUY IT, BUT RIGHT NOW.

 
 
 
 
 
by Kos
Challenging, replayability, excellent for veterans/beginners
January 07, 2004

I finally went out and purchased Lord of the rings risk after reading dozens of reviews on it. As a veteran player of most board games for the last 20 years I get paranoid each time I want to add another game to my collection. Why? Because most are lame and we end up being bored after just 1 game. Thats why I decided to write this review on LOTRR. For the veteran strategy gamer this board game will not disappoint. There is enough replay ability due to the setup procedure, map layout and addition of leaders and event, adventure, mission cards.

On the physical side, the miniatures are well made and sturdy, no bendy bits that break off. I personally like the map because its quite authentic, the cards are well made and most contain a photo from the films but are tastefully done. A nice touch is having a dice rolling area in the actual plastic container. (If you have bad dice rolling friends like me this is a god send!)

Wrapping it up I have played this game 3 times with a friend who is even more nuts than me when it comes to board games. Both of us cant wait to play it again and it is one game that will be dragged out with all the other greats in the future. (Definitely not shelved). I have only played a two player game and I believe a 3 player game would be even better.

Please note I bought the expansion pack as well and I would recommend this totally. In fact I dont think I would like the game half as much if I didnt have the expansion. (Plus you get a lot more nifty miniatures.)


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