The Dunlendings are men, yet are represented in the game as Isengard Regulars. One "flavor option," to represent that Saruman has to work to get them actively engaged is the following:
SET UP North Dunland 1 Southron/Easterling Regular South Dunland 1 Southron/Easterling Regular
Note: Replaces Isengard Regulars
These areas become part of the Southron/Eesterling Realm.
Saruman, Corrupted Wizard The Voice of Saruman Use a Muster Action Die to either a) recruit two Regular Isengard units in Orthanc or b) to replace two Regular Isengard units in the Orthanc Region with two Elite units.
A New Power Is Rising Play only if SARUMAN is in play and the Southron/Easterling realm is "at war." Recruit two Southron/Easterling Regular units in each of North and South Dunland and two Isengard units (Regular or Elite) in Orthanc.
Rage of the Dunlendings Play only if SARUMAN is in play and the Southron/Easterling realm is "at war." Recruit two Southron/Easterling Regular units in a free Region adjacent to North or South Dunland. You may move up to four Southron/Easterling units (Regular or Elite) from North Dunland and/or South Dunland into this Region.
Many Kings in the Service of Mordor Clarification: North and South Dunland do not count as Southron/Easterling settlements for the purpose of this card.
COMMENTS: This option likely has a Free Peoples advantage, but does add some interesting flavor to the Isengard region, especially in four player.