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Beneath Your Feet: North Downs

April 3, 2013

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“Many folk used to dwell away north, a hundred miles or more from here, at the far end of the Greenway: on the North Downs or by Lake Evendim.”

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Beneath Your Feet: the Ettenmoors

February 27, 2013

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The Ettenmoors is a tricky place to write about. The Moors, as we typically call them, are better known in LOTRO than they are in any other Tolkien adaptation.

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Beneath Your Feet: East Rohan

February 6, 2013

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There was much fanfare when it was announced that we players would be joining the Fellowship (or its remnants) in Rohan. The endless, rolling plains of the realm of the Horse-lords is perhaps second, depending on who you talk to, to the Shire for most idealized and beloved landscapes in Middle-earth.

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Beneath Your Feet: Dol Guldur

January 21, 2013

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The first missive for the new Beneath Your Feet takes us to southern Mirkwood and the stronghold of Dol Guldur.

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Introduction to the Lore-master

July 17, 2012

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I never was one to play the “caster” or “magic using” type of class, which I believed that the lore-master was within the frame work of Lord of the Rings Online. I didn’t care too much for the light armor. Yet, the lore-master I was playing with that day was an Elf, which I wanted to be, but that isn’t what sold me on the class.

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7 Things You Might Not Know About Rohan [Lore]

June 25, 2012

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To celebrate the announcement of the Riders of Rohan expansion, I have been reading up on the lore of Rohan and its peoples.

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Valor under fire: The Battles at the Fords of Isen

November 23, 2011

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The Battles at the Fords of the Isen are regarded as the opening conflict of the War of the Ring proper, though they were by no means the first clash among the major combatants.

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