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Is Athelas guarded by Forest Grove

A Journey to Rhosgobel actually has an interesting scenario where you can add Athelas to the staging area. Is it guarded when added by Forest Grove?
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When you choose to engage an enemy, do they engage you too?

If I'm engaging an enemy in the staging area that has an action that happens when they engage me, does that action occur when I engage them instead? For example, if I engage Hummerhorns before my ...
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Do I resolve non-Shadow “Revealed” effects when revealing a Shadow card?

When I reveal a Shadow card during the Combat phase, do I also resolve any non-shadow Revealed effects on that card? For example, if an enemy reveals The Necromancer's Reach as a Shadow card, do I ...
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What do you do when you get stuck in an Eastern Crows loop?

What do you do when you get caught in an Eastern Crows loop? There are three Eastern Crows cards that get shuffled back into the encounter deck every time they're defeated (supposing none are drawn as ...
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When do you progress to the next stage in the Lord of the Ring LCG?

After you finish a stage in the Lord of the Ring LCG–whether it be by successfully questing or by a card effect–do you finish the current round before progressing to the next stage, or do you ...
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Do progress tokens carry forward in the Lord of the Rings LCG?

If you've successfully quested during the quest phase and come out +7, but you only need 3 more quest points to finish the current stage, do you put your extra 4 progress tokens on the quest card for ...
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Travel in the Lord of the Rings LCG?

I'm never quite sure how this phase of each round is supposed to go... So, say during the quest phase you encounter a location with 2 quest points, and after you resolve the quest you come out +2. Do ...
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When is Dúnhere considered to be attacking alone?

In The Lord of the Rings LCG, Dúnhere is a hero with a permanent effect: Dúnhere can target enemies in the staging area when he attacks alone. When doing so, he gets +1(Attack). ...
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Releases for the Lord of the Rings LCG

I have been thinking of getting into the Lord of the Rings LCG from Fantasy Flight Games. I realize the game has been out for a while and there are a LOT of deluxe expansions and Adventure Packs for ...