Yes, My Precious, These Are All of the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Achievements


Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions have revealed all of the achievements/trophies that await players in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, launching September 30th on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and October 2nd on PC/Steam. Achievements and trophies can be very precious things to completionist gamers, so it’s only fitting that Gollum be here to deliver the list.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor achievements and trophies:

· A Graug’s Heel (10 GP): Capitalize on a Warchief’s fear

· A Mighty Doom (10 GP): Acquire a level 25 rune

· A New Master (15 GP): Brand a Captain while in combat

· And it Burns, Burns, Burns (15 GP): Use the detonate ability to burn 50 Uruks

· Bearer of the Shining Lamp (20 GP): Collect 100 percent of the Ithildin

· Black Celebration (15 GP): Poison a captain at his own feast

· Burning Vengeance (15 GP): Perform an execution on a flaming berserker

· Crowned with Living Light (10 GP): Collect 50 percent of the Ithildin

· Divide and Conquer (15 GP): Eliminate the bodyguards of two Warchiefs, then draw them out and kill them

· Fire of Justice (30 GP): Complete all Urfael Legend Missions

· Fly you fools! (10 GP): Make 20 Uruks flee by dropping Morgai Fly nests

· Height of Despair (10 GP): Use Strike From Above while at least 60 feet above the target

· Iron of Death (10 GP): Issue a Death Threat, and then successfully kill the target

· Jaws of Death (10 GP): Attract caragors with bait five times.

· Legend of Shadow (10 GP): Complete a Dagger Mission and begin growing the legend of Acharn

· Legend of Vengeance (15 GP): Complete a Sword Mission and begin growing the legend of Urfael

· Legend of the Maker (10 GP): Complete a Bow Mission and begin growing the legend of Azkâr

· Liberator (30 GP): Complete all Outcast Rescue Missions

· Lord and Master (10 GP): Brand all five Warchiefs

· Master of the Wilds (20 GP): Complete all Hunting Challenges

· Memories of Eregion (20 GP): Activate all Forge Towers

· No Power in Numbers (10 GP): Help a Captain survive a Recruitment Power Struggle, and then kill him and all his new recruits

· Paid in Blood (20 GP): Unlock four Dagger Rune slots

· Paths of the Dead (20 GP): Collect 25 percent of the Artifacts

· Power Vacuum (10 GP): Kill all five Warchiefs before any Uruk takes their place

· Ranger of Ithilien (20 GP): Complete all Survivalist Challenges

· Repaid in Blood (10 GP): Complete a Vendetta Mission

· Rise and Fall (20 GP): After an Uruk kills Talion to become a Captain, help him become a Warchief, then kill him

· Scout of the Morannon (20 GP): Successfully complete a Survivalist Challenge

· Shadows of the Ancient Past (30 GP): Collect 100 percent of the Artifacts and listen to their memories

· Stinking Rebels (20 GP): Brand five Bodyguards of a Warchief, turning them against him in combat

· Strike True (20 GP): Unlock two Bow Rune slots

· The Cold Light (20 GP): Unlock three Sword Rune slots

· The Free Folk (15 GP): Complete an Outcast Rescue Mission

· The Last Shadow (30 GP): Complete all Acharn Legend Missions

· The Maker’s Bow (30 GP): Complete all Azkâr Legend Missions

· The Spirit of Mordor (20 GP): Start a Riot by commanding a Warchief to attack another Warchief

· The White Rider (15 GP): Liberate 30 slaves in 180 seconds while riding a caragor

· Thrill of the Hunt (20 GP): Successfully complete four Hunting Challenges

· Unleashed (10 GP): Free five caragors from cages

· You Will Obey (20 GP): Make an Uruk yours

PlayStation Exclusive:

· Master of Mordor: Platinum trophy for unlocking all achievements

From the list it’s clear that the game will have a lot of different mission types. That’s about all I notice. Any other takeaways?

If you’re still hanging around, check out the new Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor “Sauron’s Servants” trailer from Gamescom below.

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