|Preserve Your Story
A new online tool to track your games of The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game
|The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game | Published 27 May 2011|
The perils of Middle-earth have claimed the lives of countless would-be heroes, and with every passing day, the forces of corruption grow stronger. A legendary few are immortalized by minstrels and storytellers, but countless other heroes are too often quickly forgotten. As the fate of Middle-earth unfolds, who will remember the great deeds of these chosen few?
Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce an enhancement to our website, available only to our forum members! With the Quest Log for The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, you can celebrate your victories and pay tribute to your fallen heroes again and again.
Keep an ever-growing record
With this comprehensive online tool, you can quickly and conveniently add a new game entry to your log every time you finish playing The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game. The Quest Log will keep a running tally of your successes and failures, so that you can review the Heroes and Spheres of Influence with which you faced the toughest challenges in Middle-earth.
But record-keeping is just the beginning...
See how you measure up
With just a few clicks, you can compare your successes in Middle-earth with those of any other player on your List of Friends. See which Quests your friends have successfully completed and how many players aided them in those victories. You can even compare your best scores with those of your friends, or get at-a-glance insights into which Heroes and Spheres they are most often employing!
The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game Quest Log features an intuitive and easy-to-read layout. Numbers in green indicate areas in which you have bested your friends, while numbers that appear in red show that you’ve got some catching up to do. Stunning art pieces from The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game represent the Quests and Heroes being tracked, and the important statistics are displayed in several different ways, ensuring quick understanding and convenient use.
Take on the best of the best
You can even compare your progress to that of the entire FFG online Community. Track the most popular Heroes and Spheres (and how often they’re successfully used), see the Community’s average scores, and track your own wins in a worldwide arena!
For a complete guide to using this remarkable online tool, as well as an overview of its many features, visit the Quest Log Tutorial.
With the Quest Log for The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, you can enter your triumphs into the annals of legend. Simply join our forum Community, play The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, and record your story for all to see. Don’t have an FFG forum account? Sign up today!
The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game is a cooperative card game that puts 1-2 players (or up to four with an additional Core Set) in control of the most powerful characters and artifacts of Middle-earth. Players will select heroes, gather allies, acquire artifacts, and coordinate their efforts to face Middle-earth’s most dangerous fiends. The Living Card Game format allows players to customize their gaming experience with monthly Adventure Pack expansions to the core game.
My breath caught in my chest when I saw it was online -- could it finally be an online game from FFG?! But no.
So ranking will return for the LCG's again, right?
This was the only reason I signed up - thank you very much for this.
I would love to see a personal Win/Loss ratio available on the summary screen. I want to see the win percentage according to how many players played. It would be nice if they were all about 50% but I suspect it won't be that even.
Can the Heroes have their sphere listed after them ?
Can the quested bew listed in order of difficulty or release date ?
Pretty neat. I wonder if it would be possible to do this for the other LCGs as well.
Thanks Guys, if you find any other bugs post them here and they'll be fixed within a few days.
Using an Apostrophe like in Celebrian's Stone in the Notes section causes the quest log to break.
Very cool and finally coerced me to sign up for a forums account. I think I found a bug, however. I used the word "I'm" in my notes for one of my games. When I tried to log the play it returned a MySQL error page. I changed my text to "I am" and it logged the quest without a hitch. I hope this helps!
Thanks for creating this awesome tool FFG!
Sweet! I was doing this myself manually but this is perfect! I'm especially excited because I've been worried about the game not scaling well enough, there's such a huge difference between solo and four players and 3 and four can sometimes feel too easy. Now FFG can also directly see if there's any scaling issues, very smart.
Big up FFG. Awesome!
All right, that is pretty darn cool. I wish I had kept track better now to put old plays up.