Elrond Half-Elven was the Lord of Rivendell. During the Third Age, he was the keeper of Vilya, one of the Elven Rings of Power. His home was a place of rest and safety in Eriador, and was also the home for the Heirs of Isildur in their youth.
Level 1: Rage of the Loudwater - Elrond uses Vilya to raise the waters of the Bruinen in defense of his people, summoning a powerful flood in the form of 3 mighty horses to crush enemies in the target area. At levels 5 and 10 an additional flood horse appears (maximum 5). Left click on the icon then left click on the target area.
Level 5: Ancient Equipment - Elrond draws his old sword Hadhafang and puts on his battle armor. Elrond permanently gains +25% armor and inflicts area of effect damage. Units in his vicinity also gain +25% armor. Passive Ability.
Level 7: Restoration - Elrond uses his healing magic to refresh allied heroes, instantly recharging their ability timers. Does not affect Elrond. Left click on the icon then left click on the target area.
Level 10: Vilya's Wrath - Elrond uses his Elven Ring of Air, Vilya, to summon a raging whirlwind around himself which will heavily damage surrounding enemy units, knocking them down and drawing them towards Elrond. Left click on the icon to activate.
When Elrond picks up the Ring, he will be able to summon the powerful hero horde of the Fellowship of the Ring. They will carry the Ring and fight for Imladris. If all members of the Fellowship are killed, the Ring will be dropped. Elrond remains unchanged. The fellowship collectively counts as one hero but has individual units. Heroes in the Fellowship have significantly less health than their individual versions.
- In a team match if two players are playing together as Imladris, then it is possible to cheese the whole game if they both manage to get Elrond to level 7. The players can then use restoration on each other's Elrond to constantly recharge their abilities, including restoration, instantly. With this tactic the entire map can become a natural disaster area with constant floods and tornadoes.