Hero. Threat: 10. 2   2   2   4  

DĂșnedain. Ranger.

This card was errata'd

Action: Exhaust Beravor to choose a player. That player draws 2 cards. Limit once per round.

But in the wild lands beyond Bree there were mysterious wanderers. The Bree-folk called them Rangers, and knew nothing of their origin.
The Fellowship of the Ring
Tiziano Baracchi

Core Set #12. Lore.


When I first cracked open the core set, I seriously under-estimated beravor. "Glorfindel can Quest and attack better, Denethor is a better defender, and her card draw uses up her action," I thought. But she's an amazing glue hero and she'll never be twiddling her thumbs. Very good hero.

Beravor is great hero, with great stats and ability, which is good enough for the threat cost. She can be useful in any deck as glue hero or defender, best to put Unexpected Courage on her, to be able to use her twice in round. Amazing artwork. Verdict: 5/5.

matrosh 251
Her ability states "Limit once per round," but she's an OK target for Unanticipated Bravery due to her ability's usefulness and her flexible statline. — apparentlyalvin 47
What is a "glue hero"? — Mad Morderan 72
its not really a term, for me the glue hero is the one, which dont have defined function from the beginning and can be used flexible on more tasks, usually the third hero which is not dedicated quester, attacker or defender. — matrosh 251