Era: 3rd Age - The Stewards
Summary: Legends whisper in the shadows that one of the last princes of the line of Durin was a fierce warrior, a mighty smith in his own right, whose heart was as hard as the tree he was named after.But this ...
Era: 3rd Age - Ring War
Summary: Celairiel, youngest daughter to Lord Elrond of Rivendell, convinces her father for allowance to join the Fellowship of the Ring in order to defend the peoples of Middle-Earth on the quest to destroy t ...
Era: 3rd Age - The Kings
Summary: Crossover with A Song of Ice and Fire: When the Second Age of Middle-Earth ended, the world was reshaped, bringing together the worlds of Arda and Westeros. In Middle-Earth, the Third Age is halfway ...
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The map given to Gandalf by Thror before his death as a prisoner in Dol Guldur, and later passed on by Gandalf to Thorin Oakenshield before the Quest of Erebor.
The key to the enchanted secret entrance to the Lonely Mountain; companion to Thror's map.
Specially-written runes invented by Dwarves that are only visible under the light of the moon; featured on Thror's map.
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Word Count: 118
Era: 1st Age
Last Edited: 21 Dec 06
Fingolfin' s reflections on the way to the stronghold of the Foe. Shadow of Feanaro which haunted him for years stands before his eyes again, as an invisible companion..
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