With The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game Quest Log, you can celebrate your successes in Middle-earth, or memorialize fallen heroes. This comprehensive online tool lets you keep an ongoing record of your adventures, review important statistics from your successfully completed quests, and compare your successes to those of your online friends!
The Quest Log has three main features; click on an image below for a short tutorial of the feature it represents:
Each time you finish a game, visit The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game Quest Log to create a new record of that Quest.
To see a full listing of Quests that you have logged (whether failed or completed), click “Log Quest” and scroll down to the space beneath the “Add a Quest Log” form.
The Quest View is a page on which you can track your successfully completed Quests, or compare your successes with those of your friends. This page displays your best one, two, three, and four player session for each Quest you’ve completed.
To view all available Quests, including those that you have not yet successfully completed, select “View all Quests” from the leftmost drop-down menu.
This helpful resource also lets you compare your completed Quests with those of your friends. To do this, click the “Compare Quests with a friend...” drop-down menu in the upper right corner of the “Quest View” page. The menu will display the FFG forum user names of other players on your List of Friends.
Simply select the username of the friend with whom you’d like to compare your scores, and click “Compare Quests.” The resulting report will be displayed on a single page, divided into three sections: Quest Compare, Quests, and Hero Weight.
The “Quest Compare” section of your report displays three tables: data on your completed Quests, data on your friend’s completed Quests, and a direct comparison of the two.
To the right of your avatar, you’ll find a percentage indicating how many of the currently available Quests you have successfully completed. Beneath that, two columns display the number of solo, two, three, and four player Quests you’ve completed, as well as your average points for each. Finally, “Sphere Weight” breaks down your usage of each Sphere of Influence in completing your Quests.
The direct comparison in on the far right shows the difference, for each statistic, between your scores and those of your friend. Green numbers indicate which of your scores exceed your friend’s, while red numbers indicate areas in which your scores are lower.
The second section of the “Compare Quests” report displays the Quests that you or your friend have completed. For Quests that you have both completed, you’ll find a side-by-side comparison or your scores. At a quick glance, you can see which player populates the most Quests, along with that player’s best score.
Finally, the Hero Weight section of the Quest comparison report conveniently shows which heroes you have used in your completed Quests, and compares that with the hero usage of your friend. As in the “Quest Compare” section, green numbers indicate which of your scores exceed your friend’s, while red numbers indicate areas in which your scores are lower.
The Summary page, like the Quest View page, provides pertinent statistics about your completed Quests, and compares them to those of other players. Unlike the Quest View, the Summary gathers averages from participating FFG forum members, so that you can quickly and easily see how you rank against the FFG forum Community. This page is divided into three sections: Successfully completed Quests, Sphere Weight, and Hero Weight.
The first section of the Summary page displays your total completed Quests for one, two, three, and four player games, as well as the Community average for those figures. Likewise, you’ll find your average scores, those of the Community, and a comparison between the two.
The Sphere Weight section of the Summary keeps track of which Spheres of Influence have contributed to your completed Quests, as well as each Sphere’s average usage in the Community at large.
Similarly, the Hero Weight section of the Summary conveniently shows which heroes you have used in your completed Quests, and compares that with the hero usage of the Community. As with the other sections of the Summary, green numbers indicate which of your scores exceed the Community average, while red numbers indicate areas in which your scores are lower.
With the Quest Log for The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, you can enter your triumphs into the annals of legend. Return to the main Quest Log page or click the link below, and start recording your story today!