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Matt Tonks
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So I've only just started to explore this cycle starting with the HoN deluxe expansion. I've had a chance to check out these player cards & it certainly seems like the design is geared towards mono-sphere more than the Mirkwood & Khazad-Dum cycles.

Do people agree with this? I'm not really a fan of the mono-spheres...
 
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Certainly quests with the Mordor Elite cards punish multi-sphere decks, with The Master's Malice as the worst offender. That affects three quests in the cycle, Siege of Cair Andros (in the deluxe), Assault on Osgaliath, and Morgul Vale. I don't think the other six quests have any inherent monosphere advantage.
 
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tonksey wrote:
So I've only just started to explore this cycle starting with the HoN deluxe expansion. I've had a chance to check out these player cards & it certainly seems like the design is geared towards mono-sphere more than the Mirkwood & Khazad-Dum cycles.

Do people agree with this? I'm not really a fan of the mono-spheres...


I'm not sure if there's anything to disagree with - Mono sphere decks were very explicitly one of the design features of the player cards from the cycle. At the time of release it was very fun as a solo player to be able to beat Into Ithlien and Siege of Cair Andros with a single monosphere Tactics deck.
 
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