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  • Rivendell

    Rivendell, also known as Imladris, is an Elven outpost in Middle-earth. It is also referred to as "The Last Homely House East of the Sea", a reference to Valinor, which is west of the Great Sea in Aman. !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/122707/830px- …

  • Midgewater_Marshes

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/122709/Midgewater_Marshes.jpg(Midgewater marshes)!Just east of [[Bree-land]], a basin in the Eriadoran upland collects much of the rainwater drainage from the southern part of the [[Weather_Hills]]. It has no river …

  • Bree-land

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/122710/Bree-Land.jpg(Bree land)! Bree-land is an [[Arthedain | Arthadan]] crown fief centered around the junction of the [[Arnor | Arnorian]] [[Great East Road | East]] and [[Greenway | North]] Roads. It is …

  • Bree

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/122727/bree-map-old.jpg(Bree map old)! Bree was a very ancient settlement of men in Eriador by the time of the Third Age of Middle-earth, but after the collapse of the Kingdom of Cardolan, which had claimed it, …

  • Chetwood

    The Chetwood is considered part of [[Bree-land | Bree-land]] and is for the mostpart quite tame. The largest wild animal roaming the wood is a deer, most of the wolves in the region having been killed off centuries ago. Pigs under the care of a swineherd …

  • Archet

    !(media-item-align-center)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/124270/Archet.jpg(Archet)! Archet is the most remote of the settlements of the [[Bree-land]], set among the trees on the edge of the [[Chetwood]], somewhat to the east of [[Bree]] itself. A …

  • Nirmolian

    !(media-item-align-left)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/124301/nirmolian.gif(Nirmolian)!Nirmolian is a small village of principally Dúnadan inhabitants, nestled at the edge of the Nirmolian forest at the foot of the [[Emyn Uial | Hills of Evendim]], …

  • Emyn Uial

    !(media-item-align-center){width:700px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/124304/evendim.JPG(Evendim)! A range of hills, called the Hills of Evendim by Men, that ran for some hundred and fifty miles north to south in the northern regions of Middle- …

  • Weathertop

    !(media-item-align-left)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/124305/amonsul.jpg(Amonsul)!Weathertop is a significant hill in the Eriador region of Middle-earth, the southernmost and highest summit of the Weather Hills. Overlooking the Great East Road …

  • Lone-lands

    !(media-item-align-left)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/124306/lonelands.jpg(Lonelands)!The Lone-lands is the name among Men and Hobbits for the wide region of northern Middle-earth that lay between the Blue Mountains in the west and the [[Misty …

  • Fornost Erain

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/124722/FornostErain.jpg(Fornost erain)!Fornost, also known more fully as Fornost Erain (Sindarin 'Northern fortress of the Kings' from for(n) (north) + ost (fortress); Norbury of the Kings or …

  • North Downs

    The North Downs are steep and jagged ridges north of Fornost in Arthedain The North Downs have a history of constant struggle, for in the time of the War of the Ring, this location experienced deep trouble from orcs and other evil creatures, who were …

  • Emyn Sûl

    The Weather Hills is an area that spans over the east of [[Bree-land | Bree-land]] as well as the north-west of the [[Lone-lands | Lone-lands]]. The Hills mark roughly the midpoint of the great basin of Eriador. They run some ninety miles northwest to …

  • Barad Calannon

    Barad Calannon was the capital of Uivíril, one of the fiefdoms of Arthedain. Located at the northern end of the [[Emyn Sûl | Emyn Sûl]], the keep stands only fifty miles southeast of [[Fornost Erain | Fornost Erain]], along the road called the Men Sûl. It …

  • Occum

    Occum is a small village on the [[Forven Iaur | Forven Iaur]], about half way between [[Fornost Erain | Fornost Erain]] and [[Bree | Bree]]. Having been a popular respite for travel on the Greenway for ages past, Occum has survived the passing of time and …

  • Staddle

    A mile from [[Bree | Bree]], Staddle is on the opposite side of Bree-hill. Containing only twenty homes, it was founded almost entirely for the convenience of those farmers whose land laid east of Bree-hill, since it saved time not to go tramping around …

  • Combe

    Combe is the most isolated of the villages of [[Bree-land | Bree-land]], lying some four miles east of Bree in a deep valley. The [[Great East Road]] bypasses Combe, for the engineers of Elendil's time chose to avoid the rather steep hills guarding the …

  • The Angle

    DOR-EN-EGLADIL (S. "Land of the Elf-point") or just "Egladil" (S. "Forsaken Point") A thin strip of fertile land that stretches along the rivers [[Mitheithel]] and [[Bruinen]], from [[Tharbad]] all the way to the [[Trollshaws]], called the Hoarwell …

  • Fennas Drúnin

    Fennas Drunin is a small port town in the angle where [[Mitheithel]] meets [[Bruinen]]. This is one of the few places where there is posible to find a ferry across the rivers. From here, there are roads leading to [[Harnalda]], [[Thuin Boid]] as well as a …

  • Ford of Bruinen

    The ford of the [[Bruinen | Loudwater]] lies at the entrance to the valley of [[Rivendell | Rivendell]] and is said to be under the power of Elrond. The path off the [[Great East Road | Great East Road]] to the Vale of Imladris leaves the road soon after …

  • Tharbad

    Since the fall of King Ostoher in T.A. 1410, the former Númenórean port of Tharbad declined from the glory it held in ages past. In ages past, Tharbad dwarfed any other urban center in Eriador. An ancient city of Men, it grew up where the [[Forven Iaur …

  • Bridge of Tharbad

    In the early years of the Two Kingdoms, Arnor and Gondor were connected by a great Royal Road that ran through the wide lands of Enedwaith, the wide, empty lands between the Dúnedain kingdoms. On the borders of Minhiriath, the land between the [[Baranduin …

  • Suduri

    Since the destruction of [[Lond Daer]], this port on the northern bank of the mouth of the [[Gwathlo | Gwathló]] was been the second city of [[Cardolan | Cardolan]], and indeed is the only town of note in Cardolan after the Fall of [[Tharbad | Tharbad]]. …

  • Reedhaven

    Reedhaven is a small settlement in [[The Angle | The Angle]], with a sizable Hobbit population. There are approximately 75-100 Hobbits, Men and Dwarves living in Reedhaven. The village i situated about a days travel east of [[Fennas Drunnin]] along …

  • Smallforge

    Smallforge is a small Dwarven community in [[The Angle | The Angle]]. It is led by a Dwarf named Beleg. Smalforge is found just a few hours travel north of [[Reedhave]]. This dwarven community was founded around 2700ta by wandering dwarves finding a …

  • Harnalda

    Harnalda is a fortification near the border to [[Rhudaur]] in [[The Angle]].

  • Minas Brethil

    High upon a bleak, windswept hill in southern [[Rhudaur]] lies the ruin of Minas Brethil. Dominating the nearby river valley, the castle stands as a testament to the fallen glory of the elder days of Arnor. It commands a great view of the [[Mitheithel]] …

  • Cameth Brin

    Cameth Brin lies about eight miles to the east of the River [[Mitheithel]], roughly at the western border of the [[Trollshaws]]. The countryside to the south is marked by two parallel chains of small hills. Between these hills is a pretty vale about a …

  • Isengard

    Isengard, or Angrenost (S.: Iron Fortress), was one of the three Fortresses of Gondor, and held within it one of the Realm's Palantiri. In the latter half of the Third Age it came into the possession of Saruman and become his personal realm, Nan Curuníri. …

  • Annúminas

    Annúminas was once the capital city of the Kingdom of Arnor. It was located in the land of Evendim (meaning: "evening twilight") along the southern shores of Nenuial (also known as Lake Evendim), the origin of the Brandywine River. The city was home to …