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J. R. R. Tolkien — The Lord Of The Rings. (1/4) Chapter 10 The Breaking of the Fellowship. THE TWO TOWERS. Book III. Chapter 1 The Departure of Boromir. GANDALF blocks with GLAMDRING a ringing clash and the. BALROG'S . SAURON looks directly upon him from high atop THE TOWER OF. BARAD-DÛR. CLOSE ON: SARUMAN closes his book and pushes it aside. SARUMAN. The Two Towers begins with Book III in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Frodo decides to take the burden of the Ring to Mount Doom by himself and not endanger.

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site Music Stream millions of songs. site Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. They were expanded in the supplement, The Ruin of Arnor, allowing players to field Arnorian infantry, as well as heroes such as King Arvedui and Malbeth the Seer.

They were eventually released alongside the updated "Return of the King" supplement. The Wanderers in the Wild Good — The Wanderers in the wild are individuals that travel Middle-earth, for several purposes, be it exploring or protecting others.

They can ally with most armies. Ents are similar in that they are expensive, rarely used warriors. The Beornings , led by Grimbeorn, have also been announced in Legions of Middle-earth.

In addition to the more obvious Gandalf and Radagast , there is also a "good" Saruman from the time of the White Council. Its army had no official rules until early , except for the Ringwraiths and Barrow-wights which are nonetheless potent magic-users and wild Wargs , led by Warg chieftains. It never allies with other armies, although Orcs and Goblins are sometimes included in it.

Now it is populated with Goblins and Cave Trolls , and more frightening creatures such as the Balrog are the centerpiece of Moria forces.

Typical Isengard armies feature the Uruk-hai pikeblock, though they are often supported by light infantry such as Uruk-hai scouts, medium cavalry in the form of Wargs , or spellcasters in the form of Uruk Shamans or even Saruman himself.

Mordor Evil — Legions of the Eye are made up of various warrior types. They also offer Siege Catapults and ballistae with mantlets , led by Gothmog ; these siege engines are often operated by Mordor Trolls , which can also be used as shock troops. However, the most dreaded element of Mordor armies is the Ringwraith on Fell-Beast, which, as a flying creature, can move around the board unimpeded and strike with dark magic. Mordor can be allied with any Evil army except Angmar or Isengard.

Sauron is only ever fielded in person in campaigns set around the Last Alliance or in Dol Guldur armies. Dol Guldur Evil — Dol Guldur armies form Sauron 's troops from the time that he was hiding in Southern Mirkwood , and went under the name of the "Necromancer". There are two general themes by which players usually construct their armies. The first, and perhaps most obvious, is based around the fortress garrison of Dol Guldur, containing Sauron himself as the Necromancer, backed up by Castellans of Dol Guldur, and usually Orcs and the occasional Troll.

The other way is actually more of a general evil army of Mirkwood, containing Giant Spiders led by the "Spider Queen". Both armies can include swarms of Giant Bats , and can be allied. Other themes include Spiders allied with wild Wargs to form an army of wild creatures, or allied with Moria to represent a force from the Mountains of Mirkwood. Their biggest enemy are the Elves - the Taurdirim and the Galadhrim.

Harad offers warriors and light cavalry that are inexpensive to field, and have poison arrows increasing their effectiveness against armoured warriors. Their invented heroes include Suladan and the hasharin. Until recently Corsairs were unavailable, and only existed as player-made conversions. However, with the release of the Harad sourcebook, Games Workshop released some new Corsair miniatures; including metal Arbalesters and a new character: Dalamyr, Fleetmaster of Umbar.

Easterlings Evil — In previous forms of the rules, the Easterlings were pitifully weak, offering only three warrior types cast in metal, and not even appearing until the third edition of the rules. However, their range has been increased enormously with the release of A Shadow in the East.

Games Workshop's Easterlings represent the Balchoth , and have been based on a combination of imagery from the New Line films and history of the Sassanid Empire. They offer the unique phalanx the first army to have pikes since Isengard , and are the only Evil army to feature heavy cavalry , referred to as " kataphracts ".

They frequently ally with Khand or Mordor.

Dragon Knights and Dragon Guards may not be the same troops. He and the Dragon Knights have a melee skill of 7, which is an indicator that Games-Workshop's Easterlings are based on both the Achaemenid and Sassanid Persians, whereas Tolkien's seem to be based on mostly the Achaemenid and Parthian ones hence the "bowmen upon horses".

They are not given the Chariots they had in the books, but they can be given chariots by putting an Easterling footman miniature into a Persian War Chariot miniature from another company, and use the Khandish Chariot rules. Khand Evil — Tolkien wrote even less about Khand than he did about Harad, though we know that the only thing implied about them is that the armor they wore covered - literally - their entire bodies "Variags who hated the sun" , and that their weapons may be their own design of Haradrim and Easterling weapons.

Games Workshop has based their Variags of Khand on the Mongols and the Japanese , featuring sashimonos and the unique chariots, despite the Easterlings being the only culture in Middle-earth with chariots in Tolkien's writings.

It was suggested that the Gondorians were unaware of the lands further east, and thus the names of the Variags and Wainriders had been mixed-up. Monsters of Middle-earth Evil — This applies to individual models that do not fit into other armies; in this case, the five creatures that each "represents a fantasy archetype - stone giant, dragon, cave drake and fire demon the Balrog.

Some are heavily criticized, such as the Isengard Troll, [54] having been described as "not thematically correct"; [60] whilst others have been popular additions. Mardin — Mardin is King Durin's life ward. Normally the role of the king's personal protector is offered to a member of the Khazad Guard, but Mardin, a veteran Vault Warden, has proven his level head and strong arm in many a battle and there is no more dependable companion to be found.

Murin and Drar are two exceptions to this rule, having travelled far and wide beyond their home in the Iron Hills. Feared mightily and rightly so by his goblin subjects. While not the cleverest of Goblins, he is as fiercely territorial as the rest and reacts to his realm's invasion by raising a powerful army to oppose Balin and his Dwarves.

In The Rise of the Witch-king by EA Games, a similar character named Rogash appears; this may or may not be an interpretation of the same character. Keiseimu, Ravager of Ithilien — The Khandish named hero. So far, all that is known about him is his name and the fact that he can be given a chariot to ride to battle.

He may need to use a King profile with a Might, Will, and Fate of 3, 1, and 1; and a Courage of 4 in the Skirmish game. Since then the name of the Serpent Lord has once more become a famous one throughout Harad, and his own legend grows with each victory. Tolkien left him unnamed; his name and title are invented by Games Workshop although his name is likely an altered form of Saladin; the Muslim leader during the Third Crusade.

To question or contradict the will of a Hasharin leads to death, whether by public execution or through the quiet application of their murderous skills. On the battlefield, the Hasharii act as assassins, seeking out enemy leaders and slaying them with poisoned blades. Dalamyr, Fleetmaster of Umbar — A notorious figure in the land of Harad, Dalamyr has been one of the foremost fleetmasters for many long years.Faramir manages to make it back, and reports on his meeting with Frodo.

But Legolas stood beside him, shading his bright elven-eyes with his long slender hand, and he saw not a shadow, nor a blur, but the small figures of horsemen, many horsemen, and the glint of morning on the tips of their spears was like the twinkle of minute stars beyond the edge of mortal sight. They were riding like the wind.

Aragorn shows off his sword, and reports that now that Isuldur's Bane has been found, the sword will be reforged.

It appears that no amount of berserk rage is going to do any good, however, because a black fleet comes up the river, apparently bearing reinforcements for the evil army. The battle is about to be joined when Gandalf suddenly appears in the middle of the field, and warns all three groups of the approach of an army of goblins, who have been stirred up by the adventurers' activities in the Misty Mountains.

It is growing cold!

The Hobbit. We will press on by day and dark! After going a dozen yards he halted, peering and listening.

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