Decipher CCGs*

Decipher Collectible Card Game/Trading Card Game – Introduction

Forthcoming.

Downloads, Catalogues, Checklists

On the now-defunct official Decipher CCG/TCG website, there were at least two downloadable PDF files:

  • Starter Rule Book
  • Deluxe Rule Book

These corresponded to the small rule books issued in each Starter Deck or Deluxe Starter Box. The differences between these two versions is an entire topic on its own, as is the evolution of starter rulebooks, which went through something like 4 or 5 versions in the early years of Decipher’s LOTR CCG. The tracking of that story may be forthcoming.

There were also catalogues/descriptions of products on the official website, along with checklists for each numbered set.

Decipher CCG Product List

When Decipher’s LOTR CCG game’s production ended in the middle of 2007, it had released 19 sets (most with related promo ads/flyers), about 20 oversized and over 100 regular-sized promo cards, 4 anthology boxes, 3 draft pack boxes, 6 deluxe starter boxes in 2 different sets, and multiple items for game league play.

Here is a listing of those series and other products. When there are two release dates, the first refers to the starter decks and the second to booster pack. Where possible, I have filled in other details from my files, which at this point (2010) go only through set #13, Bloodlines, as far as the information from the defunct Decipher CCG website.

Numbered CCG Sets Released

  1. The Fellowship of the Ring (November 6, 2001)
  2. Mines of Moria (March 6 & 13, 2002)
  3. Realms of the Elf-lords (June 19 & July 3, 2002)
  4. The Two Towers (November 6, 2002)
  5. Battle of Helm’s Deep (March 12, 2003)
  6. Ents of Fangorn (July 2, 2003)
  7. The Return of the King (November 5, 2003)
  8. Siege of Gondor (March 10, 2004)
  9. Reflections (May 12, 2004)
  10. Mount Doom (July 14, 2004)
  11. Shadows (November 3, 2004)
  12. Black Rider (March 18, 2005)
  13. Bloodlines (August 12, 2005)
  14. Expanded Middle-earth Deluxe Draft Box (February 17, 2006) [sold as a set; not available in individual booster packs]
  15. The Hunters (June 9, 2006)
  16. The Wraith Collection (August 26, 2006) [sold as a set; not available in individual booster packs]
  17. Rise of Saruman (March 1, 2007)
  18. Treachery and Deceit (May 2007)
  19. Age’s End (June 2007) [sold as a set; not available in individual booster packs]

Planned Expansions That Were Dropped

  • The Great Eye
  • Shelob’s Lair

Promotional Cards/Other Sets

  • Oversized Cards (August 2001 – Summer 2003)
  • Promotional Cards (Spring 2002 – Summer 2007)
  • ROTK Countdown Collection and Binder
  • Legends/Legends Masterworks Series
  • Sample Deckbuilding Cards

Anthology Boxes

  • The Fellowship of the Ring Anthology (July 23, 2003)
  • The Two Towers Anthology (February 25, 2004)
  • The Return of the King Anthology (September 2004)
  • The War of the Ring Anthology (September 2005)

Draft Packs

  • FOTR Draft Pack
  • TTT Draft Pack
  • Expanded Middle-earth Deluxe Draft Box

Deluxe Starter Boxes

  • FOTR Deluxe Starter Boxes (Set of 3)
  • TTT Deluxe Starter Boxes (Set of 3)

Game League

  • Race to Mount Doom: Original Home Edition
  • Race to Mount Doom: The Return of the King Home Edition
  • Related Game League Banners, Promos, and Awards

Miscellaneous Promotions

  • Promo Postcards
  • Promo Brochures and Sell Sheets

Miscellaneous Products

  • Starter Kit (a small box set of 1 booster FOTR, 1 booster Mines of Moria, 2 boosters TTT, 50 protector card sleeves)
  • Poster: Fellowship of the Ring Block cards
  • Poster: The Two Towers Block cards

Decipher CCG “Blocks” List

Decipher issued their series and promos in what they called “blocks.” Typically, there were three series in a block, plus various related promo cards, special sets and accessories, and repackaged mixtures of that block’s cards into “draft packs” for league play. The blocks followed major portions of the storyline in The Lord of the Rings. Here is the clustering of main products into their blocks, with numbered items indicating the identifier number printed on that set’s cards.

Preliminary Advertising and Promotional Sets

  • Oversized Cards
  • Promotional Cards

The Fellowship of the Ring Block

  • 01 The Fellowship of the Ring
  • 02 Mines of Moria
  • 03 Realms of the Elf-lords
  • FOTR Draft Pack
  • FOTR Anthology
  • FOTR Deluxe Starter Boxes

The Two Towers Block

  • 04 The Two Towers
  • 05 Battle of Helm’s Deep
  • 06 Ents of Fangorn
  • The Two Towers Anthology
  • The Two Towers Draft Pack
  • TTT Deluxe Starter Boxes

The Return of the King Block

  • The Countdown Collection Promos
  • 07 The Return of the King
  • 08 Siege of Gondor
  • 09 Reflections
  • 10 Mount Doom
  • Race to Mount Doom: Original Home Edition
  • Race to Mount Doom: The Return of the King Home Edition
  • The Return of the King Anthology

The War of the Ring Block

  • 11 Shadows
  • Legends/Legends Masterworks
  • 12 Black Rider
  • 13 Bloodlines
  • 14 Nine Riders Collection
  • 15 Expanded Middle-earth Deluxe Draft Box
  • 16 The Hunters
  • 17 Rise of Saruman
  • 18 Treachery and Deceit
  • 19 Age’s End
  • The War of the Ring Anthology

Numbered CCG Sets Released

1. The Fellowship of the Ring (November 6, 2001)

Decipher Website Description. The Lord of the Rings TCG is a fun, easy to learn game of adventure and peril. Each player’s deck is a mixture of good and evil. On your turn, you play cards from your hand that represent goodness, like the fellowship. On your opponent’s turn, you play Orcs, Trolls, bad weather, burdens on the Ring-bearer, and the like to slow your opponents’ progress.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=10

Card List. To be added.

2. Mines of Moria (March 6 & 13, 2002)

Decipher Website Description. Satisfy your craving for more Lord of the Rings TCG with Mines of Moria, the first expansion set! Revel in new “artifact” cards, Twilight Ringwraiths, additional site cards, cards for every culture, and not one, but two Balrogs for your gaming pleasure!

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=11

Card List. To be added.

3. Realms of the Elf-lords (June 19 & July 3, 2002)

Decipher Website Description. This 122-card set introduces new strategies built around the Elves, new artifact cards, and Saruman – plus a new “sub-culture” of Isengard orcs.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=12

Card List. To be added.

4. The Two Towers (November 6, 2002)

Decipher Website Description. The first of three expansions constituting the “Tower block,” The Two Towers introduces new game mechanics, a new site path, new versions of the Fellowship members, new characters such as Faramir and Éowyn, and three new cultures: Rohan, Dunland, and Raider.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=13

Card List. To be added.

5. Battle of Helm’s Deep (March 12, 2003)

Decipher Website Description. This second expansion of The Lord of the Rings TCG drawn from The Two Towers adds depth and excitement to both open and Tower block formats, with wargs, Uruk berserkers, Knights of Gondor, Ent companions, and more. The new Gollum culture lets you use Gollum/Sméagol as a minion, companion, or both in the same deck.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=14

Card List. To be added.

6. Ents of Fangorn (July 2, 2003)

Decipher Website Description. The third The Two Towers set, Ents of Fangorn, brings to The Lord of the Rings TCG a new force to be reckoned with – Ents, led by a new Treebeard and bent on vengeance against Saruman’s destruction of their kin. Add in new versions of many companions and allies like Merry, Pippin, and Elrond, a new Witch-king and other Ringwraiths, hordes of orcs and much more – the stage is set for a showdown at Orthanc!

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=1

Card List. To be added.

7. The Return of the King (November 5, 2003)

Decipher Website Description. The first of three expansions making up the “King block,” The Return of the King introduces new game mechanics called “threats” and “initiative”, a new “Besieger” keyword, a new site path, new versions of Fellowship members, Arwen, Elrond, Gollum, and the Ringwraiths, and new characters such as Denethor. 365 cards, all with stunning images from the final chapter of The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=17

Card List. To be added.

8. Siege of Gondor (March 10, 2004)

Decipher Website Description. The Army of the Dead… Shelob the great she-spider of Cirith Ungol… Corsairs. This 122-card expansion set for the King block has all this and more, all illustrated with breathtaking images from The Return of the King. With strong new versions of Merry and Pippin featured in the two starter decks, and a new “Enduring” game mechanic, Siege of Gondor is a must-have for gamers and collectors alike.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=25

Card List. To be added.

9. Reflections (May 12, 2004)

Decipher Website Description. Reflections adds new gameplay options to The Lord of the Rings TCG with “alternate Ring-bearers”, new Rings of Power, new Palantiri, and other artifacts. The all-foil set includes 48 brand-new cards plus reprints of the four preview “book cards” from the Countdown Collection. Each 18-card expansion pack contains two foils plus a mix of 16 cards from the six sets of the Fellowship and Tower blocks.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=30

Card List. To be added.

10. Mount Doom (July 14, 2004)

Decipher Website Description. Rounding out the King block and The Lord of the Rings story, Mount Doom features Shire cards promoting Hobbit-only Fellowships, new and more powerful elves, Aragorn, Elessar Telcontar, Sauron orcs that are stronger when roaming, more evil Nazgûl, and the most dangerous Gollum and Shelob combination yet.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=34

Card List. To be added.

11. Shadows (November 3, 2004)

Decipher Website Description. New paths lie ahead in Shadows, the first expansion set in the “War of the Ring” block. New sites add treachery and uncertainty to your journey along the site path. New versions of your favorite characters are ready to set out on their quest. New keywords, including Lurker and Toil, enhance the game mechanics. The 266-card set is available in four different starter decks, plus booster packs.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=44

Card List. To be added.

12. Black Rider (March 18, 2005)

Decipher Website Description. What began in Shadows is expanded and enhanced in the next War of the Ring block expansion: Black Rider. The set features essential reprints from the Fellowship block, enhanced strategies using the Muster, Lurker, Toil, and Resistance keywords, and a host of new companions and minions to invigorate and intensify gameplay. The 194-card set is available in two different starter decks, plus booster packs. 18 rare cards also receive foil treatments in the Legends and Legends Masterworks series (listed separately).

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=51

Card List. To be added.

13. Bloodlines (August 12, 2005)

Decipher Website Description. The third set from the War of the Ring block for The Lord of the Rings TCG will strengthen the Fellowship, adding many cards to help the Free Peoples battle the forces of Sauron! Bloodlines will focus on the strong family ties in Middle-earth, with a different ‘bloodline’ being represented for most of the Free Peoples cultures. A new card type, Follower, will introduce new personalities and gameplay into The Lord of the Rings TCG, allowing some of the lesser characters in Middle-earth to battle alongside your companions. Two new alternate Ring-bearers, Sam and Gandalf, provide new strategies to explore.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=54

Card List. To be added.

14. Expanded Middle-earth Deluxe Draft Box (February 17, 2006)

Decipher Website Description. Expand your collection with a new product that will appeal to collectors and players alike for The Lord of the Rings TCG – Expanded Middle-earth Deluxe Draft Box! This product will introduce fifteen new cards to The Lord of the Rings TCG, including nine all-new WETA Collection cards. New companions appear from outside of the movies such as Halbarad, Grimbeorn, and Elrohir! Three fixed boxes will be available, each one containing ten premium cards (5 unique cards, 2 copies of each) and four booster packs. This product is perfect for the popular booster draft tournament format. The premium cards have been designed to work well in a booster draft environment, but also remain desirable for constructed play.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

15. The Hunters (June 9, 2006)

Decipher Website Description. The Lord of the Rings TCG kicks off its new block with The Hunters expansion set. Longtime players will celebrate the return of popular mechanics and new players will have a great place to jump into the game. The Hunters will focus on those heroic characters and the evil minions that call themselves hunters. A new mechanic called “Hunter” will make players look at their decks all over again as it introduces exciting new gameplay to The Lord of the Rings TCG. New versions of your favorite characters will provide new strategies to explore.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

16. The Wraith Collection (August 26, 2006)

Decipher Website Description. The Wraith Collection is a six card set for The Lord of the Rings TCG that is exclusive to the Decipher store.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

17. Rise of Saruman (March 1, 2007)

Decipher Website Description. To be added.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

18. Treachery and Deceit (May 2007)

Decipher Website Description. To be added.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

19. Age’s End (June 2007)

Decipher Website Description. To be added.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

Planned Expansions That Were Dropped

The Great Eye

Shelob’s Lair

Promotional Cards/Other Sets

Oversized Cards (August 2001 – Summer 2003)

Decipher Website Description. This list includes quadruple-size promotional cards (approximately 5″ x 7″) distributed at gaming conventions and other events. Oversized cards are not tournament legal.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=22

Other Notes. Oversized Cards are non-foil.

Card List. To be added.

Promotional Cards (Spring 2002 – Summer 2007)

Decipher Website Description. This lists includes cards released in League Kits, magazine inserts, and other promotions.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=21

Other Notes. Additional promotional cards, numbered 0P30 through 0P47, appeared in The Countdown Collection, a retail incentive program in August-December 2003 (see section below). There is also a series of Oversized Cards for The Lord of the Rings Trading Card Game.

League Kit – Spring 2002: set of 9 cards. This was the very first promo set issued, with card numbers 0P1 through 0P9. Many of the images used in these cards were alternative photos of those shown in the regular series cards, or otherwise were previews of those cards. Currently lists on eBay for about $10 per set (late 2010).

  • 0P1 The Prancing Pony
  • 0P2 Bill the Pony
  • 0P3 Fireworks
  • 0P4 Council Courtyard
  • 0P5 Horn of Boromir
  • 0P6 Balin’s Tomb
  • 0P7 Book of Mazarbul
  • 0P8 Galadriel’s Glade
  • 0P9 Phial of Galadriel

Card Lists. Other promo card lists to be added.

ROTK Countdown Collection and Binder

Decipher Website Description. The 18 stunning alternate-template cards that make up The Countdown Collection were each available with a $10 purchase at participating retail stores. Each week a new card became available; collecting them all entitled you to receive two posters (one depicting every card in the Fellowship block; the other, the Tower block), a binder to house your Countdown Collection, and four bonus preview cards including Tom Bombadil and other Lord of the Rings characters who do not appear in the movies!

All cards have the same titles and gameplay as cards already issued in the first six sets, and thus were immediately tournament legal.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=4

Countdown Collection – August through December 2003: set of 19 cards. Card numbers 0P30 through 0P47, plus card 4M1 with expansion release schedule. A new card in the Countdown Collection was available each week to those who made a $10 purchase at participating stores. Currently lists on eBay for about $16 per set (late 2010). Countdown Collection cards preview the regular series cards noted in parentheses after each title.

  • 0P30 The Balrog, Terror of Flame and Shadow (6R76)
  • 0P31 The Pale Blade (1R221)
  • 0P32 Gandalf, Mithrandir (6R30)
  • 0P33 Firefoot (4R274)
  • 0P34 Gimli’s Helm (1R15)
  • 0P35 Faramir, Captain of Gondor (4R116)
  • 0P36 Whip of Many Thongs (2R74)
  • 0P37 The Witch-King, Lord of The Nazgul (2R85)
  • 0P38 Gandalf’s Staff, Walking Stick (4R91)
  • 0P39 Éowyn, Sister-Daughter of Theoden (4R271)
  • 0P40 Axe of Erebor (4R41)
  • 0P41 Aragorn’s Bow (1R90)
  • 0P42 The Balrog’s Sword (2R50)
  • 0P43 Úlairë Nelya, Ringwraith in Twilight (2R84)
  • 0P44 Glamdring, Lightning Brand (6R31)
  • 0P45 Éomer, Third Marshal of Riddermark (4R267)
  • 0P46 Gimli, Skilled Defender (5R7)
  • 0P47 Aragorn, Defender of Free Peoples (6R50)
  • 4M1 The One Ring Expansion Release Schedule for 2004-2007

Countdown Preview Bonus – August through December 2003: set of 6 cards. Card numbers 0P50 through 0P54, plus card 4M1 with expansion release schedule. Most of this set was included as a bonus with the Countdown Album. These cards overlap with most of those in the “Weta Collection,” but were issued before that set and feature a crown in the lower left-hand corner of the card instead of the New Zealand weta insect. Currently lists on eBay for about $11 per set (late 2010).

  • 0P50 Glorfindel, Revealed in Wrath
  • 0P51 Radagast the Brown
  • 0P52 Goldberry, River-Daughter
  • 0P53 Tom Bombadil, The Master
  • 0P54 Sauron, The Lord of the Rings (alternate image). Reflections Release May 2004.
  • 4M1 Expansion Release Schedule for 2004-2007

Legends/Legends Masterworks Series

Decipher Website Description. The Legends series consists of foil versions of selected rare cards in a set, beginning with the Shadows expansion. Some of the Legends cards, starting with the Black Rider expansion, are also produced in alternate templates; these are known as the Legends Masterworks series. These foils will be found in booster packs in place of the normal rare card.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=45

Other Notes. Collector information key for card numbering:

  • 11 = Shadows
  • 12 = Black Rider
  • 13 = Bloodlines
  • RF = Rare Foil (Legends Series)
  • (Rg) = Ring symbol (Legends Masterworks Series)

Card List. To be added.

Sample Deckbuilding Cards

Description. Three different “deckbuilding” cards were issued in 2001, each with a specific theme:

  • Book of Mazarbul – “Defeat countless minions with your battle-hardened Dwarves! The Book of Mazarbul provides you with extra cards draws while your Goblins relentlessly attack.”
  • Fireworks – “Gandalf’s potent spells keep coming back from your discard pile with Fireworks. Lutrz leads your Uruk-Hai minions towards the One Ring.”
  • Horn of Boromir – “Sound the Horn of Boromir and let your allies take damage instead of your companions. Your Black Riders will chase Frodo along the adventure path until he is Frozen by Fear!”

They are copyrighted 2001 – the year the first LOTR CCG set was issued – and each gives a different sample of building a deck using the Fellowship CCG set. If I remember right, each deckbuilding card originally came packaged in a sealed cellophane wrapper with a full set of cards listed.

Rarity and Pricing Notes. These “deckbuilding strategy” cards have been (and still are) exceptionally hard to come by. I pursued collecting this CCG mostly in the mid-2000s, and had a very difficult time finding the set of three deckbuilding strategy cards even then. It took a while to piece together the three.As to rarity and value, I can’t recall the last time I saw any listed during my periodic searches for obscure Decipher LOTR items. When I listed a set of them in 2010, I decided to value them at the level of fairly rare promo cards. In 2010 and 2011, I’ve seen them infrequently on eBay, and usually they list for about $10 per card … if/when they show up.

Anthology Boxes

The Fellowship of the Ring Anthology (July 23, 2003)

Decipher Website Description. These 18 cards from the Fellowship block were reprinted for the anthology in the Elvish Tengwar alphabet.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=16

Card List. To be added.

The Two Towers Anthology (February 25, 2004)

Decipher Website Description. These 18 cards from the Tower block were reprinted for this new anthology in the Elvish Tengwar alphabet.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=26

Card List. To be added.

The Return of the King Anthology (September 2004)

Decipher Website Description. These 17 cards from the King block were reprinted for this new anthology in the Elvish Tengwar alphabet.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. http://lotrtcg.fanhq.com/TCG/CardLists.aspx?gameID=7&listID=43

Card List. To be added.

The War of the Ring Anthology (September 2005)

Decipher Website Description. These 18 cards from the War of the Ring block were reprinted for this new anthology in the Elvish Tengwar alphabet.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.

Card List. To be added.

Draft Packs

FOTR Draft Pack

Decipher Website Description.

Original Website Link [now defunct].

Other Notes.

Card List.

TTT Draft Pack

Decipher Website Description.

Original Website Link [now defunct].

Other Notes.

Card List.

Expanded Middle-earth Deluxe Draft Box

Decipher Website Description.

Original Website Link [now defunct].

Other Notes.

Card List.

Deluxe Starter Boxes

Description. Decipher released six Deluxe Starter Decks for its Lord of the Rings CCG, three styles each for The Fellowship of the Ring block and for The Two Towers block. Each box features a different color and a distinctive style and Middle-earth culture icon.

The Fellowship of the Ring Deluxe Starter Box List:

  • Brown – The Eye of Sauron
  • Green – The Shire
  • Yellow – Gandalf’s Hat

The Two Towers Deluxe Starter Box List:

  • Blue – The Elven Stars
  • Green – The White Hand of Isengard
  • Red – The Horsemen of Rohan

Each Deluxe Set was sealed and included:

  • Designed collector storage box.
  • 74 game cards (60 fixed cards, 3 random rare cards, one 11-card booster pack).
  • Starter Rulebook (in both FOTR and TTT sets).
  • Deluxe Rulebook (in TTT set).
  • Glass counters (25 black and red markers, plus 6 color markers).
  • Collector’s card list (3.75″ wide x 3.5″ high, three-panel double-sided checklist).

Pricing Notes. The original list price on these Deluxe Starter Decks/Boxes was $20. There are showing up less frequently these days on eBay (late 2010). When they do, they generally list for about $15-25 each.

Game League

Race to Mount Doom: Original Home Edition

Decipher Website Description.

Original Website Link [now defunct].

Other Notes.

Card List.

Race to Mount Doom: The Return of the King Home Edition

Decipher Website Description.

Original Website Link [now defunct].

Other Notes.

Card List.

Related Game League Banners, Promos, and Awards

Decipher Website Description.

Original Website Link [now defunct].

Other Notes. Items used to promote the LOTR/Mount Doom League Play included banners, posters, pins, T-shirts, tattoos

Card List.

Miscellaneous Promotions

Promo Postcards

  • TTT Anthology – Saruman/Wormtongue
  • DGMA Tournament – Fierce Orc
  • Reflections – Sauron [or Witch-king?] with Palantir
  • Siege of Gondor – Eowyn
  • ROTK Anthology – WitchKing

Promo Brochures and Sell Sheets

  • FOTR Anthology
  • LOTR TCG QuickStart
  • TTT
  • Ents of Fangorn
  • ROTK
  • Race to Mount Doom League Kit
  • Tower Draft Pack

Miscellaneous Products

Starter Kit

The Trading Card Game “Starter Kit” brought together 4 booster packs totaling 44 cards, plus one pack of 50 trading card protector sleeves. The 4 booster packs were: 1 Fellowship of the Rings, 1 Mines of Moria, and 2 The Two Towers. The box notes this is an “over $16 value for only $4.99.”

Decipher Website Description. To be added.

Original Website Link [now defunct]. To be added.