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I discovered this podcast and their associated discord server shortly after getting into the lord of the rings card game. This podcast is absolutely amazing for learning about the game and coordinating the community, which itself is best of breed. The only downside is the frequent talk of hunting. I do my best to fast forward the segments where they’re talking about murdering animals, though.
I just got the game in April of 2022 and this podcast is amazing for reliving the life cycle of the game. Amazing that the podcast is still going after more then 10 years. Such a wonderful game and this podcast makes play it a lot easier. Thank you and keep making more shows
Older shows are great too if you have not caught up!
This is an excellent podcast for fans of the game - should be of interest to new and veteran players alike (which isn’t always the case with LCG podcasts...). Also often includes some passionate and informed discussion of LOTR lore. The early episodes had their merits, but things improved significantly in the ‘Second Age’: I think the original crew had carried things on for some time after their interest in the game had passed into the West, and the decision to pass on the torch was a good call.... more
I really enjoy listening to the tales from LotR lcg. It has been much fun. Keep it coming 🙌🏻
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Cardboard of the Rings launched 12 years ago and published 237 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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