Brogg the Wanderer can do one. This square-shouldered, corpulent cretin has been the bane of our first playthrough of this Tolkienian sandbox adventure. He's cleaved his poison-edged broadsword into our chest more times than is healthy, even for a main character that's immortal.
He lunges into combat with swagger and gusto, rubbing past victories in our face. We don't need to fight him. But, such is the magic of Shadow Of Mordor's Nemesis system, it would feel oh-so-good to grind his bulbous face into the dirt...
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