Gondor is a Good alignment Faction with an excellent defensive position and access to powerful neutral units. With a heavy presence in the books and movies, Gondor is a popular choice for tacticians of all Seasons and is a frequent contender for the ring in many servers. Read on to discover the pros and cons of choosing Gondor as a starting Faction.
Balin is a dwarven commander with the usual Durin’s Blood (commander damage-dealing skills) and Warrior of Lonely Mountain (troop damage reduction) titles occupying his R3 and R5 branches, respectively. However, his R0 branches differ by heavily emphasizes troop healing and troop buffs. While many may think that Balin is a weak commander with significantly less commander damage-dealing potential in comparison to his other dwarven counterparts, there is a very niche build that makes Balin an absolute powerhouse on the battlefield.
Gandalf the Grey is a versatile commander with great PVE and PVP potential. He relies on inflicting Stuns and damage debuffing enemies. Additionally, he can also heal allies and help them avoid damage every few rounds. See the results of battle from multiple Gondor armies as they face off against Gandalf the Grey in PVP. Discover what works well for Gandalf, what doesn’t work so well, and how to optimize Gandalf the Grey for PVP against Gondor:
Haldir is a versatile commander with an affinity for buffing troop damage. As the Faction commander for Lothlórien and Lindon, Haldir works well with ranged units (as is the way with Elves in lore) and beasts.
Two new commanders have arrived in Middle Earth! Check out some ideas on potential Qurwan builds in addition to the items received from opening 100 Journey’s Eve Mathom chest.