This is part II of IV, concerning itself with the southern Númenorean realm-in-exile.
Gondor: Stone-land in Sindarin, this is the realm founded by Anárion and Isildur, sons of Elendil. Her towers stand strong, tall and fair, as she desperately fights to quell the ancient Enemy separated from them by the Anduin. The Edain here have kept much of the knowledge of old, though not so much as Arnor her sister-realm in the days of the Watchful Peace. Many provinces there are, the greatest of them being the land of Imrahil the fair, Dôl Amroth.
Gondor Levies: These are the basic soldiers of Gondor, replacing many of the soldiers currently seen, save for in Anórien. As the name suggests, these are nameless conscripts from the various provinces of Gondor. They wield Gondorian Bows and switch to Gondorian swords at close range. They wear white leather leggings, white leather boots and a chestplate of Gondorian Provincial armor. They are the cheapest unit, for they are rather weak and easily replaceable.
Belfalas Infantry: These soldiers are hireable from Dôl Amroth Captains. They wear their Provincial Armor, and wield a variety of Gondorian weapons. They spawn in Dor-en-Ernil, replacing many of the Swan Knights spawning there.
Peredhil Archer: These are also hireable from Dôl Amroth Captains. These archers are of the noble bloodlines of the Swan Knights, and have trained to have the skill with the bow to match their Elven ancestors. They wear Halfelven Armor, and wield Halfelven weapons.
Knight of Gondor: These brave Knights are hireable from the Captains of Gondor. They always ride horses, and spawn in Anórien. They wear Gondorian Knight armor and wield those weapons.
Gondorian Lancer: These are the main cavalry of Gondor. They ride horses, and wield Gondorian Lances. They wear normal Gondor armor.
Dúnedain Battlemaster: These are hireable from Ranger Captains of Ithilien. They wield Dúnedain swords and bows, and are expensive. They wear Dúnedain armor.
Swan Guard: These brave warriors are the bodyguards of Imrahil and the nobles of Dôl Amroth. They wear Swan Knight armor, and have higher attack damage than others. They wield Dôl Amroth lances. They are hireable from Dôl Amroth Captains.
Knight of Nimloth: These are the protectors of the White Tree of Gondor, even ere it withered. They wear Gondor Knight armor, but do not ride horses. They wield Gondor Knight swords, and have greater health and damage than other NPCs. They are hireable from Captains of Gondor.
Scion of Anárion: These are the bodyguard of the Stewards of Gondor, once the brave defenders of the King. Hireable from Captains of Gondor, they wear Gondor Knight armor and a Tower Guard helmet. They wield Gondor Knight spears and swords.
Fountain Guard: The greatest soldiers Gondor has to offer, the Fountain Guard are the most expensive soldiers to buy. They wear Fountain Guard armor, and wield Fountain Guard pikes, switching to Fountain Guard swords at close range. These NPCs also wear the black capes normally associated with Gondorian Captains. Unlike other Gondorian NPCs, these do not wear shields and cannot ride horses.
Gondor Tower: A Gondorian version of the Wood-elven Tower, spawning throughout the Ered Nimrais and Gondor itself.
Gondorian Spring: This is a domed structure with open pillars around a fountain of water. This is the only place where Fountain Guards naturally spawn, and they are only found in Anórien.
Ithilien Watchtower: This structure is based on the new Tauredain watchtower, built of Lebethron, beech, or oak. It spawns in Ithilien, a hard-to-see structure from which the Rangers can watch over the land.
Gondorian Hall: A small structure found throughout Gondor, this will spawn in every village for Gondorians when such things are added. Captains of Gondor spawn inside, and you may hire Gondor Levies from them.
Peredhel Smithy: An Elven-style smithy in Dôl Amroth, with a smith inside that sells Gondorian, Dôl Amroth, and Halfelven armors and weapons.
Gondorian Lance: A Gondorian version of the Dôl Amroth Lance, crafted in the same manner. Unlike the Dôl Amroth Lance, this one is white and black. Gondor Lancers spawn with this weapon.
Gondor Knight Armor: Crafted by surrounding a piece of Gondorian armor in silver nuggets, this is a more intricate and all-silver-and-white version of Gondorian armor. It has slightly better stats than normal Gondorian armor.
Gondor Knight Weapons: These weapons, which amount to sword, spear, and lance, are crafted by surrounding a normal piece of Gondorian weaponry in silver nuggets. They are slightly better than normal Gondorian weapons.
Halfelven Bow: Crafted with sticks and string on a Dôl Amroth crafting table, this is the bow used by Peredhil archers. It is similar in strength to a Galadhrim bow, if a little slower on the draw. It is a white-and-dark-blue version of the Galadhrim bow.
Halfelven Sword: This sword is crafted with Elven steel on a Dôl Amroth crafting table. It too is similar to a Galadhrim sword, but is longer and has the same color scheme as the Dôl Amroth sword. This is the weapon Peredhil Archers switch to at close range.
Halfelven Armor: Crafted with Elven steel on a Dôl Amroth crafting table, this armor has the same general shape as the Galadhrim armor combined with the the colors of Dôl Amroth. It has slightly less protection than either, and has the winged crest of the Swan Knights as opposed to the spiked helm of the Galadhrim.
Provincial Armor: Provincial armor is crafted with leather and iron in the Rohirric fashion on any Gondorian or Dôl Amroth crafting table. On a Gondorian crafting table, it is similar in appearance to bright silver chain-mail armor with a a black surcoat bearing the White Tree. Gondor Levies wear the chestplate piece of this. On a Dôl Amroth crafting table, it is the same, but with a blue surcoat with a Silver Swan on it. Belfalas Infantry wear this. Both have slightly worse stats than Gondorian armor.
Dúnedain Armor: Crafted with Elven steel and leather in the Rohirric style on a Gondor crafting table, this is a brown and grey armor, with chain-mail underneath a leather jerkin. It has better stats than normal Ranger armor.
Dúnedain Sword: Crafted with Elven steel in the usual manner on a Gondor crafting table, this weapon is a straight-bladed sword that nevertheless retains some of the secrets that the Elves passed to the Edain when teaching them the art of forging weapons. It has better damage than a Gondorian bow.
Dúnedain Bow: Crafted with iron and string on a Gondorian crafting table, this bow is what came after the Númenorean steel-bows, which were powerful enough to punch through solid plate armor as if it wasn't there. It is the most damaging bow in the mod, surpassing the Elven bows(though not by much), but eclipses the Bow of Near Harad in terms of drawback time.
Fountain Guard Armor: Crafted by surrounding a piece of Gondor Knight armor in Mithril nuggets on a Gondor crafting table, this armor is some of the most protective in the mod. In appearance it is a bright and shining silver armor, with black robes. The helm has tall wings, with swan feathers used in the recipe.
Fountain Guard Pike: Crafted with Mithril and silver on a Gondor crafting table in the normal pike style, this weapon is the most damaging pike in the mod alongside the previously suggested Gondolinian Pike. It is in appearance a long silver-bladed pike(like those seen in the films), with a black shaft. It is, however, one of the slowest pikes in the mod.
Fountain Guard Sword: The weapon that the Fountain Guard switch to when too close to the enemy to use an unwieldy pike, this weapon is crafted by surrounding a Gondor Knight sword with Mithril nuggets. It is a bright silver sword, long and thin with a black hilt and polished silver crossguard and pommel. It is one of the best swords in the mod, quick and strong, and good-looking too. This is balanced by the fact that this is also one of the most expensive swords in the mod.
Carved Dôl Amroth Brick: A carved version of the Dôl Amroth brick, with a silver swan emblem on it.
Carved Black Gondor Brick: A carved version of the Black Gondor brick, with an ashen-grey tree on it.
[For Hearth and Home]: Equip a full set of Provincial Armor.
[The People of Nimrodel]: Equip a full set of Halfelven Armor.
[Warrior of the West]: Equip a full set of Dúnedain Armor.
[Knight of Gondor]: Equip a full set of Gondor Knight Armor.
[Protector of the Fountain]: Equip a full set of Fountain Guard Armor.
[Willing and Able]: Hire a Gondor Levy.
[Descendants of the Eldar]: Hire a Peredhil Archer.
[Fearless Swords]: Hire a Dúnedain Battlemaster.
[In Service of the Steward]: Hire a Knight of Gondor.
[Noble Guardians]: Hire a Swan Guard.
[Knights of the White Tree]: Hire a Knight of Nimloth.
[By Order of the Steward]: Hire a Scion of Anárion.
[In Aid of the White Tower]: Hire a Fountain Guard.
[Half-elven]: Reach +100 with Gondor.
[Anórien]: Reach +100 with Gondor.
[Scion of Gondor]: Reach +1000 with Gondor.
[Fountain Guard]: Reach +1000 with Gondor.
Large 3x3 trees of all types are growable now, by placing nine of the saplings in a 3x3 square and bonemealing it. The trees always spawn with a good deal of height to them, allowing for varied uses or greater resource gathering(i.e. a lookout flet for such peoples as the Rangers or the Avari, or greater amounts of wood for construction).
Lothlóriën may invade the Field of Celebrant, as may Rohan.
[Peredhel]: Reach +100 with the High Elves.
[Nimrodel]: Reach +100 with Lothlóriën.
[Greenleaf]: Reach +100 with the Woodland Realm.
This is Part II of IV, so stay tuned!