There are many Rangers in Middle-earth, from the Rangers of Arnor in the north, to the Rangers of Gondor in the south. The Rangers of Arnor are grim of face and worn as weathered rocks, having fought against the legions of the Witch King for many years. After the fall of Fornost, these Rangers took to patrolling the lands of Eriador, holding the servants of Sauron at bay wherever they could, and protecting the free people of Middle-earth. Meanwhile, far to the south, the finest warriors of Minas Tirith are recruited into the Ranger cadres that patrol the borders of Ithilien - a steep and heavily forested region that is no place for shieldwalls and charging knights. As such, the skills of a Ranger are that of forestcraft and archery, the ability to stalk prey without sound before striking with uncanny precision. With surprise on their side a dozen Rangers can slaughter a much more numerous foe. This plastic boxed set contains 26 components, with which to build 24 Rangers of Middle-earth: 8 with bow, 8 with sword, and 8 with spear. This set comes with 24 25mm round bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
The set contains 3 metal Rohan Royal Knight miniatures, each mounted on a plastic horse and supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base. Their rules can be found in Armies of The Lord of The Rings™.

Rangers of Middle-earth™

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