Suhtoviëtar was a gondorian monastery in the county of Mirach in the southern vales of the central Ered Nimrais.It was one of a number of small religious refuges, built in the second Age by faithful númenórean Anustari fleeing from persecution by the Kingsmen.

Like it's pendant Anusta Voronetyaro, Suhtoviëtar was a genuine masterpiece of númenórean art and architecture.The building was painted with illustrations of scriptural stories and historical scenes that were unique, from battle scenes and sieges to a genealogical tree.One fresco was of extraordinary interest:The fires of some hell pit flame around struggling souls and live coals scorching their tormented bodies, while animals gave back fragments of human bodies to supplement those which had been savaged.


Original names: Sucevitar


  • MERP adventure:Letters from a foreign Land, by Graham Staplehurst in:White Dwarf (Issue 93 - Sep 1987)
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