Gil-galad was the son of Fingon who became the last High King of the Noldor in Middle-earth after the death of Turgon. He dwelt in Lindon after the end of the First Age and befriended Elendil when he arrived from Númenor. He marched on Sauron with Elendil and his sons, Isildur and Anarion, as well as a mighty army known as the Last Alliance of Elves and Men. None of the hosts of Mordor could withstand Gil-galad's spear, Aeglos, but he was finally slain along with Elendil on the slopes of Mount Doom after fierce combat with Sauron. He and Elendil were avenged by Isildur, who cut the Ring from Sauron's hand.
Gil-galad had two Elven Rings of Power in his possession which were passed on to Cirdan and Elrond, Gil-galad's herald. Both were with Gil-galad when he died. He can summoned by using the spellbook power Last Alliance.
Aeglos, Lance of Firmament - The High King of the Noldor unleashes the fury of his legendary spear in the targeted area, dealing high damage to anything wood or stone (buildings). Left click on a target area.
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Gil-galad is a tank hero and can take out a large number of units while other heroes of the Last Alliance damage heroes and buildings. He can also be used to distract enemies from your main heroes.