Often overlooked and taken for granted, roads are an integral part of life in Middle-Earth. They stretch across maps and through towns, making travel easier (and sometimes safer) for adventurers and merchants alike.
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April 7, 2011
The Spring Festival is a wonderful time to get together with one another and enjoy the warmer weather. The sun is out shining longer, and the grass is greener. There’s no reason not to sit down and have a pint (or two) with your fellow Man.
March 18, 2011
Spring has nearly arrived, and with it comes warmer weather and various activities of the Spring Festival. But changing from winter to spring isn’t as easy as flipping a switch.
March 11, 2011
Down each tunnel or corridor in Moria is a new discovery, and the Silvertine Lodes area is full of them. Whether it be an abandon set of rails for minecarts or intricate carvings in stone, there are plenty of sights to b
March 2, 2011
The halls of Moria are cloaked in shadows. Without aid, it is difficult to find your way in the darkness. There is the occasional hall or tunnel in which there are cracks in the ceiling and light pours down, but those are few and far between.
February 25, 2011
Most adventurers would expect to find different types of buildings and homes across Middle-Earth. There are quite a few differences between the homes of dwarves and hobbits, for example. But many adventurers might not expect to find such variety in a land predominantly populated by Man. Wattle and Daub A lot of the buildings spread […]
February 18, 2011
This forest is one of the first places new players encounter when setting out in the land across Middle Earth. It’s a bright forest, full of vibrant greens and browns when the sun is shining but can quickly turn dark and dangerous one when straying off the path.