Places of Interest
Description: Bree was a village, of men and some hobbits, in Middle-Earth located east of the Shire and north of Fornost Erain in Eridor.
Description: Edoras was the capital city of Rohan, Home of the Rohirrim. It holds the golden hall of Meduseld.
Ford of Bruinen
Description: The river Bruinen (loudwater) Is a river in the region of Eriador, in Middle-Earth leading into the Mitheithel. The Bruinen had only one point where it could be passed, a ford near Rivendell.
Definition: Fornost also known fully as Fornost Erain, was a city in Eriador in the kingdom of Arnor. It was Located at the south end of the North Downs, North of Bree. It was eventually abandoned and fell into ruin, and became popularly as Deadmen’s Dike.
Warp: helms_deep or hornburg
Definition: Helm's Deep was a large valley in the north-western of the White Mountains. The valley was blocked over its entire width by natural mountains called Helm's Dike and behind that lay the fortress of Aglarond or the Hornburg, at the entrance to the glittering caves. Inside the keep there were stables and an armory, as well as a great hall was dug out of the mountain side. There was also a great tower which contained the great horn of Helm Hammerhand.
Description: Hobbiton is a village in the Shire. It is one of the older villages located in that land. It is home to some important characters such as Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamagee. Bagend is also located here.
Definition: Isengard, was built in the second age around the tower of Orthanc. Its location is at the northwestern corner of the southern kingdom on Gondor, Guarding the fords of Isen. Together With helms deep it Protected the Gap of Rohan. At First Isengard was a very pleasant place with many trees and grass fields, fed by the river until it was damned. After Saurman’s defeat, however, Treebeard and the rest of the Ents made it a vivid green area again.
Dwarven underground city,mines, pillars, columns and tunnels of khazad-dum beneath the misty mountains after it was abandoned by the dwarfs. Before that, for many thousands of years, Dwarves thrived mining deep below the mountains seeking to build their cities there, and to find sources of treasure, gold and Mithril. In TA 1980 they awoke the beast known as Durins Bane Leading to the abandonment.
Warp : rivendell
Rivendell, also known as Imladris, was an Elven outpost in Middle-earth. It was built by Elrond in the SA. He lived there with Celebrain, his wife, and their thre children. Glorfindel lived there also.
The Trollshaws were the upland woods, consisting of partly beech trees, that lay to the west of Rivendell between the rivers Hoarwell (Mitheithel) and Loudwater (Bruinen) in eastern Eriador. Trolls roamed these lands and terrorized any trespassers that dared go near them. It was Located it Rhudaur, East Eriador.
Weathertop, known as also Amon Súl, was a hill in the Eriador region of Middle-earth, the southernmost and highest summit of the Weather Hills. The watch tower, which was a fortress of Arnor, at its top overlooked the Great East Road in central Eriador, east of Bree, about halfway between the Shire and Rivendell.
Description: The longest wall in Middle Earth, it is located in Arnor.