It has been asked before and it's not going to happen as it's a problem largely unique to Nord. Most providers appear to provide a single domain name to encapsulate a bunch of servers across which they load balance (or at least give that option). Nord prefer to surface all of the servers via 1500 of opvn files, containing 1500 different IP addresses, which they frequently change. If they decide to move things around (maybe to avoid VPN blocking), then their users have to go refresh their ovpn files (or use the new IP addresses). If users don't want to use their app, then Nord should provide a better way of using their service (in my opinion) like other VPNs.
If Nord are now doing things differently, I'll revisit how it's supported. If they're still doing this, then nothing is gonna change here.
Yes I thought as much. I have been in touch with NordVPN and unfortunately they dont provide loadbalancers other than through their applications.