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The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar (Special Edition)
Game Description:From the far corners of Middle-earth, new adventurers come forth to face the growing evil in the East. The forces of Mordor are mobilizing as the Nazgül hunt for the One Ring. The land itself is now in peril and its fate lies in the hands of those who possess it. Adventuring alone or in groups, join thousands of players online in the massive world that is Middle-earth. Support the forces of good in an epic struggle to drive back the forces of Sauron. This is Middle-Earth Online, your home in the world of Tolkien. Features personalized character advancement system including Elves, Humans, Hobbits, Dwarves and more, a dynamic character alignment and customization system, race-specific dwellings and the ability to ally with other players to form Fellowships and wage war against the dark lord Sauron. The unique storyline expands the Fellowship's quest and takes players to the far corners of Middle-earth.
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