DCI: Last Alliance is a WIP submod for Third Age: Total War, focused on the War of the Last Alliance in the Second Age of Middle-earth.

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This is the preview video of the Northmen of Rhovanion, a faction in DCI: Last Alliance.

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The DCI team proudly presents the Northmen of

Rhovanion


A folk renowned for proud horse-lords, keen archers and warriors forming sturdy shield walls.
Rhovanion is the bulwark of the northern and eastern frontiers, in the great War for Middle-earth.

Source: Youtu.be

Note 1: Araval made the new unit cards except for those by misteed: Warda Spearmen, Freiswair Warriors, Baúrgs Bowmen, Daurawarda Longbowmen, first tier cavalry and general.

Note 2: Ataulf's and Mahrwini's portraits originated from Naras' work, edited by Araval.

Note 3: Rhovanion is offered to join Tôl Acharns if allied to the faction calling it, but can not invoke it as they have the Northmen-culture.

TIME STAMPS
Lore 01:20
Faction properties and goals 07:10
Starting settlements & buildings 7:35
Expansion options 11:50
Diplomacy 14:10
Recruitment variations 15:30
Starting generals 17:40
Princes 20:20
Generals & BG models 24:20
Army Roster 30:20
Credits 44:20

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BraveSirSen
BraveSirSen

the way you pronounced Reikista Knights as "Raikasta" Knights :)

Raikasta means "fresh" in finnish or "smooth" as i like to call.

edit. nice video btw :)

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Ngugi Author
Ngugi

Catching up some unintended Finnish is a bonus then, haha! Well, could be handy if I cross the water from Sweden ^^

Reading/speaking English mess up my pronunciation of names in general to be frank, hehe.
I think it should properly be "reik-ista" with an -e- and not an -a- as in German "reich" but with a hard -k.
It is Gothic for "[the] ruler's" to my memory (not read up on that language for years now), as "reiks" mean ruler.

We're glad you like it :)

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BraveSirSen
BraveSirSen

What language are you speaking at the very start of the videos and what does it mean?
I guess it is adunaic for it does not sound elvish.

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Ngugi Author
Ngugi

'Tôl acharn!' said Hurin. 'Vengeance comes.'
- HoME 11; The Wanderings of Hurin

It is indeed Sindarin, of the meaning Hurin repeated in English. Harsh words, threatening even, if not profetic, so guess it do not sound as fair as expected from Elvish ^^

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BraveSirSen
BraveSirSen

Ah yes i remember it now from the silmarillion.

Truly amazing!

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