Some scenarios need to be adjusted and balanced to each other.
This is a really tough scenario. We should reduce the amount of Nazgûls that have to be slain from three down to two.I would rate some of the scenarios a bit different. I put them in an order from easy to hard. Additionally I made some new suggestions for the tournament points certain scenarios should give. I also tried to put into account how much effort one would spend to fulfill the scenario, e.g. number of resources or number of turns.
1) Pallando the Easterling (1) - very easy scenario: 10 points
2) Radagast the Fool (1) - very easy scenario: 10 points
3) Gondor Has no King, Gondor Needs no King (1) - very easy scenario: 10 points
4) Alatar on the Hunt (1) - easy scenario: 8 points
5) Balin, Son of Fundin, Lord of Moria (1) - easy scenario: 8 points
6) Saruman Chastened (2) - normal scenario: 7 points
7) Everlasting Friendship (2) - normal scenario: 6 points
8) Guzzler under the Mountain (2) - normal scenario: 6 points
9) Neither Resting nor Rosting (2) - normal scenario: 6 points
10) Samwise the Strong (2) - normal scenario: 6 points
11) Gandalf the Doltish (2) - normal scenario: 5 points
12) Drinking Power in Middle-earth (2) - normal scenario: 5 points
13) The Elven Warriorprincess (3) - very hard scenario: 4 points
14) Over the Top of the World (3) - normal scenario: 4 points
15) Womenpower (3) - very hard scenario: 3 points
16) Glorfindel's Fame (4) - hard scenario: 1 point
I think the Glorfindel scenario is extremely hard. Because you are very likely supposed to play Out of the Black Sky, this means you must play Doors of Night. OotBS chooses defending characters. This means again that Glorfindel must either travel alone or you play cards like More Senses than You or Cloudless Day (in addition with Crown of Flowers). If you travel alone, Deadly Dart or Black Arrow is not really an option for reducing the Nazgûls bodies. Unfortunately Old Thrush doesn't work against Nazgûl. In any case you would like to play Aiglos (reduces strikes body by -2) in order to have a slight chance to kill a Nazgûl. All in all if you manage to overcome these obstacles you would still need to roll 3 times very high (usually about 8 or 9) to defeat a Nazgûl. This is why I think the scenario is worth 4 TP.
Also we need to reword the rule, that you have to play at least one creature on a moveing company as creature not as permanent-event. That way you will more likely run into Nazgûls without Out of the Black Sky and will be rewarded with the Marshalling Points of the kill.
3 Cool Play Tournament Points would fit for the scenario if the named rule/scenario adjustments are made.