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Lord of the Rings: The Card Game Expansion: The Hobbit: Over Hill and Under Hill

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  • Bilbo Baggins is included as a hero and adds a new sphere of influence to the game
  • Introduces a new type of card, treasure
  • Playing Time: 60 mins
  • Ages 13 +
  • 1-2 players
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Item Weight440 g
Product Dimensions20.3 x 20.3 x 3.8 cm
Item model numberUBIJCS16
Main Language(s)English, English manual
Number of Game Players1-2
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
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Best Sellers Rank 29,898 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight440 g
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Date First Available10 May 2012

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game - The Hobbit: Over Hill and Under Hill is the first Saga Expansion for The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game and gives players the chance to participate directly in the thrilling narrative laid out by J.R.R. Tolkien in his beloved classic. Its characters, enemies, and scenarios are drawn directly from the first half of the novel. The three new scenarios in The Hobbit: Over Hill and Under Hill can be played one at a time, or they can be linked to form a campaign that allows players to relive Bilbo's dramatic story arc!

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165 Cards <BR> 1 Rule sheet

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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
LOTR LCG Hobbit Expansion 6 Oct. 2012
By bowthulhu - Published on Amazon.com
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I figured I'd review this since no one else has yet. I'll assume everyone is familiar with the LOTR LCG, and just talk about why this is a fun expansion.

First off, the cards. Like the other big box expansion, you get a hero for each symbol, along with a bunch of other cards to build each deck. The new heroes are all Dwarves from The Hobbit, with Thorin being the most useful. I also like that this card includes attachments to give your heroes other symbols from what they have normally. There are also a lot of cards that involve building decks that combine the green and blue symbols.

What makes this set unique is that there are artifacts, which serve as special weapons you can attach to your characters. Finally there is Bilbo Baggins himself, who has his own unique symbol, and is gained by the first player at the beginning of the game as an additional hero. Thus the first player can have up to 4 heroes, which is cool.

Now for the quests. The 3 quests included cover the encounter with the trolls, the visit to the goblin city, and the "riddles in the dark" encounter between Bilbo and Gollum. The first and third quests have interesting mechanics to make them seem more like the real thing than just another quest. The one with the trolls is by far the most difficult, but is also pretty short. The goblin city quest is a pretty normal quest with one twist: you use two different decks for the first and for the second part of the quest. The "riddles in the dark" quest involves having to complete the quest normally while also having to complete a "riddle" component before Gollum kills Bilbo. I didn't like that this third quest has a big chance element to it, but overall all three quests are fun.

I hope they continue to make more expansions to this, because a lot of the cards seem more specific to this expansion, but they are pretty fun for what you get. And the heroes are all pretty useful. So this is definitely worth the money if you want to expand on your LOTR LCG experience.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Good, but not great 21 Jun. 2013
By C W - Published on Amazon.com
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I really had high hopes for this saga expansion of Lord of the Rings LCG. After playing it a few times however, I realized that the game mechanics makes these scenarios way too hard for someone with only the core set to play it and win. Not very balanced, and the Bilbo Baggins mechanic just makes it seem like I lose quicker.

I recommend this to anyone who is playing LOTR LCG with more than just the core set. You'll need a few good decks compiled from many different sets. While this was fun, I feel like the product was a waste of money as i am not able to beat the scenarios. Until then though, this game only gets 4 out of 5 stars.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If you're a fan of the Hobbit book, you'll love this saga expansion! 6 Jan. 2014
By Jeremy Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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I would give this expansion 5 stars based solely on my love for it, but if you are not interested in Dwarves, then this saga expansion does not have much to offer you. Beorn is a solid tactics hero (I was unimpressed by him at first, until I ran him in a couple decks--his 5 att and ability to defend without exhausting is HUGE. Combine him with Landroval and he is a beast--no pun intended!) Foe-hammer and A Very Good Tale are some of the other worthwhile, non-dwarf specific cards in this expansion, but not worth the price if you are not interested in expanding your dwarf decks also.
That said, if you love running dwarves or are just a fan of the Tolkien books, this expansion is a must-own. No dwarf card pool should be without Thorin Oakenshield. Bofur, Dori, Fili and Kili also all make appearances in ally form and each is enormously useful in their own right. This expansion makes your dwarf decks capable of more than a fighting chance against any quest released thus-far.
Speaking of quests, the three in this expansion are terrific. They first is incredibly difficult unless you are prepared and intentional in your game play. The three quests follow the events in the first half of Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and are a joy to play for anyone who loved the book.
A disclaimer, this is not a stand-alone game. It requires the LOTR Core Set to be able to play.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Uotstanding Expansion! 22 Feb. 2014
By Mark Starr - Published on Amazon.com
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As with ALL of the FFG expansion packs this rates right up there with a MUST have expansion. From my experience all of the FFG LCG's are well balanced and fair (for not only solo, but team play), meaning you can win, but also be defeated. FFG products are unparralled in their quality and playablility! They will provide you with YEARS of fun. One word of caution tho... you need to have some brain matter to play i.e. NOT for children. The cards are detailed and complicated, which is why I so love the game! It makes you THINK! This expansion is easy out of the gate..but watch out once you progress in the quests as you'll get you butt kicked pretty quick unless you have plenty of resources. But...that's the fun of it! Enjoy!
Very fun and challenging expansion my precious! Has three new scenarioses my precious! 28 Jan. 2015
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This expansion pack draws three new scenarios directly from the first hlf of The Hobbit. The Scenarios are: We Must Away, Ere Break of Day. This scenario is when Bilbo begins his adventure, to the trolls turning to stone.the second is Over the Misty Mountains Grim. This scenarios goes frm the dwarves rest at Rivendell, to The passage through the giant ridden Misty Mountains, to the fight with the goblins. The third is DUngeons Deep and Caverns Dim. This goes from Bilbo riddling with Gollum, to the fight with the wargs. The third scnario has a unique setup where you "riddle" You find a card with a riddle, found where the shadow effect would usually be. It names a cost, and a sphere. You pick two random cards from the player deck. For every correct cost, or sphere, you get a progress token. Each one wrong earns an attack from Gollum.

There are 5 new heroes each from a different sphere. Tactics: Beorn, Lore: Ori, Spirit: Nori, Leadrship, Thorin Oakenshield. There is also a new hero with a completely new sphere: Bilbo Baggins. The sphere is a yellow pipe called the Baggins sphere. Only members of the Baggins sphere can claim certain objectives necessary to winning. As usual there are new player cards, and the encounter cards are immersive and fun. Overall a fun expansion I would recommend.
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