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  • Date Submitted: 02/09/2013 02:40 AM
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•   Decide which player will play as evil and which player will play as good. Position the board such that the good player is sitting at the Shire corner, and the evil player is sitting at the Mordor corner.
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Place the characters appropriate to your side on the first three rows of the board, with the backs facing your opponent. You can place up to four pieces in your backmost corner space, but only two pieces in any other space. Pick up all the cards of your color.


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•   Decide which player will play as evil and which player will play as good. Position the board such that the good player is sitting at the Shire corner, and the evil player is sitting at the Mordor corner.
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Place the characters appropriate to your side on the first three rows of the board, with the backs facing your opponent. You can place up to four pieces in your backmost corner space, but only two pieces in any other space. Pick up all the cards of your color.


•   Move one of your characters one space forward or sideways on your turn. If you land on a space with an opposing figure, you battle.
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Battle an opposing figure by first reading any special text on the two characters that would prevent cards from being played. If there is no text, each player chooses a card from his hand and plays it face-down. Reveal both cards simultaneously, then follow the instructions on any worded cards and add the power of any numbered cards to the power on the characters.
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