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A Game of Thrones LCG: Lords of Winter Expansion

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  • Featuring 165 cards (3 copies of each of the 55 cards)
  • Includes two exciting deck themes, focusing on the Tullys and Starks
  • For Ages: 12 +
  • Number of Players: - 4
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The Lords of Winter expansion contains 165 cards (3 copies each of 55 cards), including Eddard and Catelyn Stark, Winterfell, and "The King of the North," Robb Stark. Players of other houses will also find a wealth of new strategies, tactics, and deck-building options.

Finally, as an introduction to the art of customizing a deck, Lords of Winter offers deck lists for two exciting theme decks, one featuring the Tullys of Riverrun, and the other featuring the Direwolves of the North.

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The Lords of Winter expansion contains 165 cards (3 copies each of 55 cards), including Eddard and Catelyn Stark, Winterfell, and inches The King of the North, inches Robb Stark. Players of other houses will also find wealth of new strategies, tactics, and deck-building options.Finally, as an introduction to the art of customizing deck, Lords of Winter offers deck lists for two exciting theme decks, one featuring the Tullys of Riverrun, and the other featuring the Direwolves of the North.This is not stand-alone game; an Game of Thrones: The Card Game Core Set is required to play.

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Product Dimensions 1.5 x 8 x 8 inches
Item Weight 15.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN 158994903X
Item model number GOT58
Manufacturer recommended age 12 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #263,469 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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By RayGuns on September 14, 2011
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First things first: If you have not played the game of thrones card game before, and do not own any cards, you should not purchase this product. Instead you should buy this deluxe core set: A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. It comes with 4 prebuilt decks, and a lot of other cool trinkets.

If you've already bought that set, this is not a bad second set to buy. It's cards are very flavorful, and bring in a lot of things that were missing from the core set (the Tullys come to mind). Additionally, it has a good number of neutral cards that are useful, and more importantly, an Agenda that allows any house to use Stark cards, at the cost of letting your opponent win more easily.

That said, unless you're both crafty and trying to keep the decks balanced, it would be VERY easy to make an overpowered deck using this set. If you're trying to keep the different houses at similar power levels, but don't want to buy all the sets, my general suggestion is this: put neutral cards and plot cards into all decks according to the player's desires, then, build one of the theme decks recommended in the box. These decks will be pretty close to balanced, and, as long as the person in charge of the stark deck doesn't try to purposely overpower the other players, you can still have a fun time.

All that said, there's nothing as good as seeing a card list, many of which are available after a simple google search. Personally, I prefer the one at AGOT Dabbler, since it's searchable, filterable, and is fan maintained, so it doesn't even have any ads.
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This expansion drastically expands the core set stark deck with a whole host of new versions of main characters, some of which are better than their core set counterparts and some of which are not.

It also provides new copies of basic lands in case you want to build more than one deck at a time.

It also contains a slew of neutral cards including some people from the wall and a bunch of new plots that are a step up from the core set.

Lastly, this deck includes some "Agendas," which change the rules for your entire game and give you some powerful advantages but with some serious drawbacks. The most notable agenda here is the Siege of Winterfell, which allows you to claim 2 power through military challenges, but you cannot claim power for your house card otherwise. It lets you use military slaughter to rack up power, but doesn't allow you any from unopposed challenges and from power challenges at all.

Overall, this is a terrific way to expand your card pool, but on its own is not a balanced addition to the core set. If you buy just this, Stark will dominate other houses. It is best bought in conjunction with other deluxe expansions for the other houses, such as Queen of Dragons, Kings of the Storm and the Lannister box when it is eventually released...
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I would recommend the Game of Thrones Living Card Game for every fan of the source material. The game is flexible because it can be played either with a group of friends (melee) or between just two opponents (joust). If you're interested, check out the guide for new players, including what to buy next after the Core Set and deluxe expansions, at cardgamedb . com /forums/index.php?/topic/10210-the-comprehensive-new-player-thread-everything-you-need-to-know-to-start-playing-agot-lcg/
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Personally I found this expansion pack to be a combination of very useful and very good at maintaining the feel of the house. This game bolsters the military might of the North while adding greater sense of defense as the primary strategy. With the addition of Riverrun and Winterfell being able to defend against attacks successfully is a path to victory. If you enjoy the base game and want to play more as the Starks I'd suggest the expansion.
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Last one that was missing, had the expansions for the other houses already. While it is a nice addon to the Starks it seems to add less than the others did for their houses (Lannister for example). Still, if you stay on V1 of the game you can't do anything wrong with this one.
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By now most folks are familiar with this product, as its been on the market for several years. As I am late coming to the game, I was in the market for back 'issues' of the LCG series and looked forward to see the original formats. I was not disappointed. Although this is the 1st edition (vs 2nd with 60 cards), its 55 cards are really a good deal with several that are now 'banned' by the 2nd edition tourney rules. Of coarse, the game has really slowed down in local game stores due to the revamp of 2nd edition rules with so many of the favorite cards proscribed, a shame really. Amazon's service was its usual 5 star, the price most reasonable for 'older' product and shipping time and condition excellent as usual. I'd recommend to anyone that is a collector or LCG player that use of Amazon's pricing and service exceeds normal expectations. Good job all in the Amazon chain of supply.
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