Each character in the company faces one strike. May also beplayed keyed to Moria. Two Wildernesses in site path are required.
One goodstrategy for a hazard deck, in fact, is to try to evenly distributecreature playable areas, to give yourself a good chance of havingsomething to play wherever your opponent goes. And this card'sparticularly good because it's also playable at Moria and Wildernesses, soyou don't lose out if your opponent doesn't go near seas.
Also, there'sanother feature of this card. It attacks all characters in a company. Thisis particularly useful in those annoying Hobbit-filled companies, whichyou can never hope to get all of because they're so many and they onlycount for half the hazard limit. But now this can cause them all trouble.You're likely (I'm not calculating the statistics, but I think I finallygot one right) to wound at least one of them, with a roll below 7. And thestrikes have a chance of hurting almost anyone. Great for those massive,break-through-any-hazard companies, to give them at least something toworry about. Especially with enhancers.
Only one small problem: the 1marshalling pt. which many companies are likely to get, but it's only 1point and there's lots to gain by it. Overall, a better hazard than itappears, not perfect in every deck but useful in many.
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