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  • Middle-Earth, being an ancient language of the High-Elves that was spoken by the Vanyar & Noldor. It persists throughout the history of Middle-Earth as
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  • by J.R.R. Tolkien, and Middle Earth in general. This book strives to provide a detailed source of information about Middle Earth. This book has been designed
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  • Eriador Gondor Harad Lindon Mordor Northern Waste Rhovanion Rhûn Rohan
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  • systems to be used by his Elves and other races in his fictional world of Middle-earth. This is a detailed account of the writing systems used by the Elves
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  • Eriador is a large region in northwestern Middle-Earth between the Blue Mountains and the Misty Mountains. The Shire Bree-land Angmar Dunland Enedwaith
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  • conworld is one with depth, consistency, and beauty, which is why Tolkien's Middle-earth is often held as the best existing example of a conworld. But conworlds
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  • Introduction Previous Universe Garden of Eden Atlantis Sea Kingdom Astral Spheres Welch Indians Middle Earth Utopia World beyond the Stars and Sky
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  • — mostly Wikipedia articles — on some famous conworlds: The World of Middle Earth by J.R.R Tolkien The Dune Universe The Star Trek Universe The Star Wars
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  • many Elvish languages, especially Quenya and Sindarin, in Tolkien's Middle-earth; and Dothraki, created by conlanger David J. Peterson for the Game of
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  • When the Noldor came to Middle-earth, they were forbidden by King Elu Thingol to use Quenyaand were forced to adopt Sindarin. They adapted Tengwar to their
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  • first of the trilogy, to destroy a ring created by Sauron to rule all of Middle-Earth. Aragorn has been described as a ranger, one of the nomadic soldiers
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  • is a list of all fictional plants that appear in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth writings. Under the Species heading, only those that differ from real-world
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  • galaxy generator by Dmytry Lavrov map tools wiki Terrain building tutorial Part 1 and Part 2 from ME-DEM, the Middle Earth Digital Elevation Model project
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  • a fictional mythology of the remote past of Earth, called Arda, and Middle-earth (from middangeard, the lands inhabitable by Men) in particular. Most
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  • lost ring. For in it lies his own former power and the will to rule Middle-Earth.He is also a very evil person, he uses his powers for bad things; his
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  • which Bilbo offered most of it to Gandalf to use to aid the peoples of Middle-Earth. Bilbo eventually made it back to Hobbiton, where he witnessed an auction
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  • usage and characters are unknown, but Tolkien says that it was used in Middle-earth for other languages, like Sindarin, where the tehta-mode was inconvenient
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  • 2nd Age, but certainly the sages of Númenor, as well as Elven sages of middle-Earth, were using the Quenya Tengwar and applied some changes and simplifications
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  • inclusive and \jyR -lvë the 1st person dual — See the Problem of the Canon Middle-earth canon). When the preposition ends in a consonant we use the connecting
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  • the Eldar had originally used this system before the arrival of men in Middle-Earth, and then adopted the decimal system from them. Most of what we know
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