I often think about getting into the GoT LCG (I like GoT; I like card games), but a) with all the factions and such, I have no idea where to begin (aside from "buy the base game") and b) the Arkham Horror card game plays solo (which is unfortunately how I do most of my gaming at this point in time) and has clearly defined missions with narratives. I've had the GoT board game for years, but it never gets to the table on game days : (I follow an LCG by Fantasy Flight Games based on A Game of Thrones, and there are similar concerns there - they buff up one faction beyond reason, then give them a big-box expansion that they didn't need when there are other factions that really need help right now.
Very cool! I did not know about OCTGN--thanks Joe : ) I will check out the guides as soon as I have a chance.I'd look at something called OCTGN - it's a free program that has all of the cards on there, you can play around with making decks and playing others. I find the control interface a bit fiddly but there are guides.
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