Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Battle for Middle Earth
Word of Power. At level 10 Gandalf gains the very powerful "Word of Power" ability. It sends a blast of air that circles around Gandalf causing devastating effects to enemies.
Cirith Ungol. We finally part with our dear heroes at Cirith Ungol after Sam saves Frodo from the orcs. From there they continue their journey into Mordor.
Aragorn. Aragorn has the "Summon the dead" ability. It summons a small group of undead armies that can only be destroyed by a Balrog.
No. You only battle at Edoras with the evil campaign. In the evil campaign there you are Isengard.
14. In a skirmish you can get different heroes for different nations. Like Rohan and Gondor. For the campaign you can get Aragorn, Gandalf, Boromir, Legolas, Gimli, Merry, Pippin, Frodo, Sam, Theoden, Eomer, Eowyn, Faramir, and Treebeard.
Lurtz. Lurtz is a moderately strong evil hero of Isengard. This ability shoots an arrow into an enemy, causing them to be stationary and unable to defend themselves. Causes moderate damage.
Lurtz. Lurtz is the Uru-kai hero Saruman dispatched to kill the Fellowship. He causes moderate damage in hand to hand battling and also in his abilities.
3. There is one in a separate chamber, one in the the main hall, and one in Balin's tomb area. There are also goblins in Moria.
Four. Once a timer shows up, you must last about five more minutes for the game to end. Powers that are not passive take extra long to load before usage. Thank you for playing my quiz!
Army of the Dead. Army of the Dead costs 16 power points. Ents and Eagles cost 10, and Elves are 8.
Complete certain others. There is nowhere to put cheats in. You need to complete Dagorlad before finishing the game.
Mount Doom. Nurn is the only region of Mordor you can fight in besides the Black Gate. Rhun is where Sauron gets the Soldiers of Rhun.
Dagorlad. It is due to the fact that before Sauron's forces were defeated the first time, they were pushed back from Dagorlad to Mordor. It is there that the story really begins.
|In the first level, Moria, We see the Fellowship's journey through the treacherous mines. This game differs from the movie and other levels in three ways. Which is not one of them?||Lord of the Rings Battle for Middle-Earth
The Balrog lives. The fact that the Balrog lives is not true, even though you can use it in the evil campaign. What else is different is Gandalf becomes Gandalf the White immediately after the level, whereas in the movie, he becomes Gandalf the White after the Balrog kills him.
8000, Witch-King. The Witch-King is basically an enhanced version of the regular Nazghul. At 3000 more in resources, it can steer its Fellbeast downwards to knock over enemies and pick one up, which it then drops from about 30 feet. It can also shriek to scare away enemy soldiers.
Orc warriors. Warriors are not great fighters, but are plentiful. However, they are expensive command-point wise. I usually don't bother building them unless by base or outpost is under attack and I need cheap, quick reinforcements.
|Isengard has a horrible weapon, the explosive mine. The mine-carriers place the mine on the ground, and then disappear. The mine, however, stays. Flaming arrows, as well as what else, can set it off? ||"Battle for Middle-Earth"..A Tour
A berserker's torch. After the mine is lit, the whole area around the place where the mine is explodes. The damage is devastating. Unfortunately, however, the berserker or archers (with flaming arrows) that set the mine of are killed. If destroyed by a non-flaming weapon, it will break into harmless pieces of metal.
|There are places on the map which are called "Settlements". Each "race" can build at least one building on a Settlement. Rohan can build an additional structure on a Settlement that no other "race" can. What is that structure called? ||"Battle for Middle-Earth"..A Tour
An entmoot. When an entmoot is built, four ents rise up and you gain control of them. Unfortunately, they have a time limit. However, you can buy new ents or Treebeard out of the entmoot, and they are not timed. If attacked by ents, use fire arrows.
|Good and evil each have hero units to recruit and fight for your cause. Heroes have a rank when they are made. Can heroes that just come out of their recruitment place ever have a rank greater than one (when they are just made, not when they are revived)?||"Battle for Middle-Earth"..A Tour
Yes. Aragorn, Gandalf and Sauroman all have a rank of five when they come out. All Ring Wraiths and Treebeard have a rank of ten (the maximum for any hero or group of units) when they come out.
By fighting and killing enemies. Powers become increasingly more expensive as the earlier ones are bought. Powers that you have already bought appear on the left-side of the screen. Some powers don't need to be clicked on to be activated. Just be sure you press the right button when casting one!
|Some battlefields have ruins on them. Some also have ruined towers. Now, one might say "what use are they?" However, they are important structures. What bonus do they give you? ||"Battle for Middle-Earth"..A Tour
Archers can go inside and shoot down at enemies.. These towers provide an amazing defensive position. It can withstand heavy assault from ground forces. However, be aware that one units are moved inside the tower, they cannot be moved back out. Once the tower is destroyed, so are the archers inside.
|Some castles have walls and gates in the games (remember, this is on this is not about the campaign). Which two races have walls and gates? ||"Battle for Middle-Earth"..A Tour
Rohan and Gondor. The main walls are only in maps with the castle setting (smaller walls are in a base when built on a camp, but they are just like little barriers, not a fully-fledged defensive position) and can be vital to your success. Put lots of archers on the walls, and when the enemy comes near, the archers will shoot them down quickly.
|When you play a certain "race" (as in Mordor, Isengard, Rohan and Gondor) each "race" has building foundations that are symbolized by a certain shape. What is that shape? ||"Battle for Middle-Earth"..A Tour
It depends on which "race" you play. Mordor uses an eye foundation, Isengard a hand foundation, Rohan a horse head foundation and Gondor uses a tree foundation. Also, when playing elves in the Good campaign, a symbol sort of like a leaf appears.
Yes. This is the first and last mission you can use him in. It is the same with Grond. This is the second mission you encounter Gandalf in. Thank you for playing my quiz!
Saruman. Lurtz comes along in the mission 'Amon Hen'. It is after that mission that you can first utilize more than one army.