This is a (skirmish) mod created with the intention to bring the feeling of the Lord of the Rings movies into the game Battle for Middle Earth II, and ad "realism" through re-balance and re-skinning of the entire game! Our forum can be found here. BETA 4.5 was released in Nov. 2007.

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3 comments by Nazzie on Jun 30th, 2009

~Special Extended Edition Preview: Edoras Reborn~

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After many long weeks and months of work, the S.E.E. team proudly presents Edoras Reborn, featuring brand new buildings modelled and skinned by the ever-talented ttandchotmail. The map itself, which isn't finished yet (only the buildings are), will be included in the next public beta. Below you can find a preview with screenshots in .pdf format, and you can also watch the video showcase.

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To read the preview, left click the link below or right click and choose 'Save as'. It's a PDF file so you'll need a PDF reader, like Adobe Reader or the free and simple FoxitReader. Loading the page may take a couple of seconds.


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French_Fry Jun 5 2011, 2:56pm says:

mine would juat crash plz help probably because i hve a dif ini.big i hve ptch 1.06 plz can someone email the rgular ini.big i acidentaly forgot to make backup i plyed this before thats why i really want to play it

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dook May 31 2011, 3:40pm says:

Probably the best mod for bfme2 because it doesn't completely transforms the original game but adds a great AI and several nice additions.
The only problem is the balancing of some units as ents or eagles that are too powerful and structures are too strong and too slow to build.
I started a new balancing I finished the elves and AI during the skirmishes is incredible !THX

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sootheater Nov 16 2010, 12:17pm says:

It's been 4 years since beta 4.5

Are we sure the mod isn't dead?

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alenoguerol Dec 26 2010, 10:35pm replied:

the mod isnt dead
they started working on it again since october
check it out here

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Quastior Dec 8 2010, 3:12pm replied:

I donno, but is's an awesome mod, that one thing for sure!

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nonameboy Nov 10 2010, 12:01pm says:

this mod is awesome but could you make the units production a little faster cause like this the game gets really boring pls
and continue the good work

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yamsinacan Nov 13 2010, 10:01pm replied:

They are going to do that, they are making unit build times faster, and bulding build times slower :/.

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yamsinacan Oct 24 2010, 3:20pm says:

Guys. The Mod is active again!! Grimbeorn has been added as a hero. Go to the to find more.

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8Waldemar8 Aug 4 2010, 8:51am says:

Can you remove some deth animations:those which are used for infantry which is killed by arrows.An arrow which makes a man(or an orc or a goblin or an elf) fly a few meters is a bulishit. It would be good to add
some editional animations for all unitswhich make their reaction to the actions made by enemy/And it would be good to add blood and "bodies stay".

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sootheater Jul 27 2010, 3:23pm says:

I just wish someone would make a quick fix for the saved game bug in Beta 4.5 because 4.7 will likely take a long time to finish.

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