Third Age - Total War is a total conversion for 'Medieval II: Total War - Kingdoms Expansion' that brings you into the world of Middle-earth.
Looks a bit too empty that way ... but I guess the empty places are for the upcoming Isengard buildings, right? :-)
when my uruks come it wont be empty :-D
somewhere, that sounds really wrong :D
thats right :) besides masses of units like the uruks need open spaces to have a reasonable strategy. so it makes sense having 10,000 uruks in those walls :)
not again man! my pants are all messed up!
thats so dirty, how can u get a boner cuz of a pic
Someone hasn't seen Mafia 2 playboy
looks really nice :)
I'm just wondering, according to Tolkien's description of Isengard after its capture by the Ents, Isengard was filled with roads to Orthanc with metallic pillars connected by chains on each side and buildings built into the inner side of the walls. It was also surrounded at least partially by a thorn hedge. Will they be also included into Isengard?
dont forget in the description of the tower of orthanc (in-game descr) is says that inside the walls it dips into a shallow bowl, will that be in there? :D
whats the difference between uruks and urukhai? its very vague as to the distition between the 2
Is there a difference?
well in the books saruman creates the urukhai by mixing goblin chieften with rohan children,while there have been uruks since the second age and the last alliance.so the whole saruman creating urukhai seems contradictory with sauron creating uruks. as far as i can tell the only difference is in equiptment and supposed region of origi
urukhai are stronger crazyer and more loyal they die to attack a castle lol there like alcieda
WOW that is ******* amazing very epic
Gondor Soldier: This is madness. MADNESS? THIS IS ISENGARD!!!! *badass kick into the mine* OR *Saruman blasts the dude into the mine*
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