- Jan 29, 2010
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Is there a chance that we can join the fellowship of the ring?
Army of Elves? No, Gandalf came with a sizable host from Rohan
The books are quite different from the films.
I can't remember there being any large forces of elves in the Lord of the Rings. In the book there are 2,000 men defending the Hornburg under the command of Theoden AND Eomer. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli are also there of course.
Gandalf arrives with another thousand Rohirrim (who dismount to fight on foot) and a living forest called Huorns (not to be confused with Ents) from Fangorn. The Rohirrim drive the Uruk Hai into a rout through the Huorns and they are never seen again (the trees ate them.) Huorns also do most of the slaughter at Isengard if I'm not mistaken. They're entirely absent from the films despite being quite awesome. Ents are giants who resemble trees, but Huorns are trees that walk and talk. Most likely Old Man Willow who nearly kills the hobbits on their way to Bree was a Huorn, but he's not in the films either. In ancient times Fangorn stretched all the way to the Old Forest near the Shire. Which supports the hobbits idea that the ent wives may yet be found in Eriador.
Can The trait Heir of Isildur be separated in the fall of arnor bookmark. there should be the heir of Isildur should be restricted the descendants of Amlaith in Arthedain and a new trait just like the anarion one in gondor. another change you should look into is that the sister kingdoms like each other to much. another is castamir should be Prince of Lebennin to make him more of a treat. another is a new portraits for the eastern nomads using Crackdtoothgrin's Graphical Goodies. some suggestions'. Angmar doom stakes should be extreamly weaken.
During the war of the Ring only Aragorn and Gondor fight (and it is, now, practically impossible to win) but Gandalf should come with an army of Elves, right? Why it is not happening?
I add this if Aragorn wins the war and is the King he should have the chance to not maintain the promise with the Deaths' Army and so he could vassalize them as mercenaries, he should lose prestige and probably they should rebel in particular circumstances (any Heir of Aragorn could have the annoying request "Please free us!").
What do you think?
I'd like to see more of the Black Numenoreans with more of Bellakar and other lands further south. If not possible, then at least more cultural buildings and the rulers actually having the blood of Numenor trait.
Maybe you should ask the AGOT team if you can use their custom dynasty coat of arms? There's hundreds of them that has amazing quality that could be used to replace the kinda basic ones that's currently in place in this mod. If that's not possible I suggest you find some cool looking dynasty coat of arms to replace the current ones with.
events with elves and human relations: you're son is hunting in the woods when he stumbles on an elf in need of assistance or something and decides to intervene: the result involves you hosting a bequest of some kind for the elves or vice versa. Dwarf and human relations would be cool as well as a reemerging kingdom event for people who create new kingdoms or whatnot in the game. Just more events in general.