The Lord of the Rings: Journey to Mordor
Fantasy Flight Games
Experience the thrill of the Fellowship`s desperate race in a fraction of the time with The Lord of the Rings: Journey to Mordor! Journey to Mordor is a dice game that puts you and your friends in the roles of the four Hobbits in the Fellowship. Together, you must travel along the route of the Fellowship, from Bag End to Mordor and the Mountain of Fire, itself! Every turn, you`ll need to press your luck, battling Orcs and staying one step ahead of the Nazgul that pursue you. The player who makes it to Mount Doom first and destroys the One Ring is the winner.
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