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We've only answered this exact same question 3 times in this comment section, so I guess I'll do it again:
It's in the ******* image description.
It's literally the only thing in this image's description.
Yes, the stream is recorded on our channel. Link in description.
Livestream is over! We'll be doing this more often.
The helm appears at a certain rank. The render's just showing it off.
There's plans, but not for the upcoming release.
No, we won't announce a release date. We plan to just drop the mod off here once we're done.
I don't understand your question.
They're an elite unit recruitable from a ranked Stables.
More like part part Numenorean, part Middle Men. :P Only the line of Princes was largely Numenorean with a small bit of Elvish blood through Mithrellas, a very distant Elvish ancestor.
Yes, they're the same as vanilla. Won't be changed for this release, but maybe after.
New sentry towers are planned.
Looks like a bug. Good eye!
Read. The. Bloody. Description. It's at the top of the page!
So play it on the original game. The released version of SaF has no campaign changes whatsoever.
Everything you want to know can be found by reading.
That depends on how good you are!
Naw. We don't feel a compulsive need to cram all 9 of them in there. Maybe in the campaign (Minas Tirith).
Other way around: Uruks are the main force, Dunlendings are 'elite' specialty troops.
They were called 'wildmen' by their enemies, but that doesn't mean they should be dressed in rags. ;)
Gaelic and Norse. There's Gaelic patterns on their clothes and shields, but they use Norse weapons (specifically Ragnar's axe from the show 'Vikings') and are recruited from a structure loosely based on a Norse stave church.
I know right.
There's currently no Dunlending hero planned. Yes, they will be part of the Isengard forces in the campaign.
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