Swan Feathers (Passive)

Increases Archer Range

Not only do Men dwell on the shores of the Bay of Belfalas, a multitude of seabirds make their home amongst the cliffs of the great inlet. The most numerous of these are the white gulls, of which it is said that sound of them mewing would awaken the Sea-longing in the hearts of the Elves. The Men of Gondor (and especially those of the fiefdom of Belfalas) are known to collect the feathers of these sea-birds for the fletching of their arrows. As the finest material for arrow flights in the entire realm, the seabird feather aid in the overall accuracy and range of a marksman.

Royal Influence

Decreases training time for Gondorian units

Governing the autonomous fiefdom of Belfalas and Dor-en-Ernil (Lands of the Princes), the Princes of Dol Amroth are the elven-blooded Southern Dunedain of Gondor. Rulers of tremendous authority and power, they were second only to the Stewards of Minas Tirith and once returned, the King. The descendants of Imrazôr the Númenórean since the Second Age, who married Mithrellas, a Silvan elf who was a companion of Nimrodel of Lórien, the Princes of Dol Amroth are amongst Gondor’s staunchest allies, providing the kingdom with their supplies and soldiers, and aiding the realm in times of war. The other Men of Gondor would follow these lords of high bearing as they revere them for their quality as much as the Princes’ capacity to lead through the darkest of times. During the War of the Ring, Imrahil became the greatest of Dol Amroth’s Princes when he was given temporary charge of all Gondor after Steward Denethor immolated himself, while Faramir lay in the Houses of Healing and Aragorn was yet unwilling to ascend to his rightful kingship. For that day, the banner of Dol Amroth – a silver swan-prowed ship on a blue field, flew proudly over the White Tower of Minas Tirith.