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Milton Bradley Trivial Pursuit: The Lord of The Rings Movie Trilogy Collector's Edition
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- board game
- for adults
- 2 to 4 players or teams
- produced in 2003
- made in USA
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The Lord of the Rings Trivial Pursuit Game challenges diehard fans' knowledge of the Fellowship, the quest through Middle-earth, Frodo and Sam's perilous travels to Rivendell, the battles in Moria, the Battle of Helm's Deep, Frodo's travels to Mount Doom and much more. The 1,800 questionscovering such topics as Good, Evil, Things, Places & History, Warfare & Making Moviescome directly from the three cinematic adventures: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King. This Movie Trilogy Collector's Edition includes expanded rules for The Lord of the Rings fans; a fully decorated game board reflecting a map of Middle-earth; a replica of The One Ring; pewter pawns of Frodo, Galadriel, Gandalf and Aragorn; and a Ringwraith token with special powers. For 2-4 adult players or teams. Made in USA.
choking hazard. small parts. not for children under 3.
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The player pieces are very nicely made of pewter. The instructions come with alternate rules that involve "the One ring" which also comes with the set.
This set is no longer being produced, and I bought it "used" on Amazon, and the seller said it was "like new," and they were telling the truth. My son never noticed that there was no shrink wrap around it. The pieces were still sealed in bags and related promotional materials put in the box by the seller were still there.
There is great detail on the game pieces and all the question cards are legible and clear. The hardest question category (for me) are the trivia questions about the behind the scenes film facts. (Such as: what are the names of the two concept design artists?) Maybe I just need to rewatch the DVDs bonus features!
This is a really fun game and my first time playing it I totally wrecked my husband. I would recommend this to any fan of the LOTR films.
If they ever come out with a Trivial Pursuit based on both the movies and the books--or on the books alone--with questions aimed at those who are very familiar with the material, I would buy it. This version is not something I would recommend for adults or for obsessive fans of any age.