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Gondorian

You scored 168 Alliance, 150 Strength, and 130 Capability!

Gondor is a human kingdom founded by Isildur and Anárion, the sons of Elendil, after the Downfall of Númenor. It was located to the south of Rohan and to the west of Mordor, on the Bay of Belfalas.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Alliance Distribution

    They scored 168% on Alliance, higher than 55% of your peers.

  • Strength Distribution

    They scored 150% on Strength, higher than 28% of your peers.

  • Capability Distribution

    They scored 130% on Capability, higher than 12% of your peers.

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