This mod is based on the Lord Of the Rings that will be made for Mount and Blade 1.010/1.011
*LOTR includes 6 factions; Isengarders, Forces of Darkness (of Sauron), Harad/Umbar, Galadhrim(Elves), Realms in Exile(Gondor) and Rohirim.
*Each faction will be as precise as possible according to the Middleearth saga.
*New sounds thx to Checkmaty which I take no credit from.
*Orcs, Uruk Hai and Goblins are included (they do not look as humans)
*Looters are replaced by Goblins
*Some kind of trolls will be found in the game
More Info and screenshots will be up soon enough :P
Hello everyone, both fans of this mod and newcommers, I'm sorry for letting this mod die but I really don't have the time to continue, even thou there is not enough time to complete a whole singleplayer game, I would like to tell you all that I'm planning on doing a multiplayer version to M&B Warband, a smaller one of course wirh only the necesary ewuipment needed for the MP version. This might happen in a near future, if i find the time to do it, until that have a nice time, play some games, download a couple of mods, show your gratitude to the developers, meet some new friends, don't just sit and wait ;). And i almost forgot, a big hug from me to you.
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