Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkThe New Notion Club ArchivesThe New Notion Club Archives talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkModuleModule talkMessage WallThreadMessage Wall GreetingBoardBoard ThreadTopic Articles Photos and Videos People Everything About 6,800 results for Arda Role Playing Wiki To write a new article, just enter the article title in the box below. Find out more about the wiki on the About page., If you are new to wikis, check out the tutorial., Check https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Arda_Role_Playing_Wiki Fifth Age Tolkien intended Middle-Earth, or the Westlands, to correspond to Europe but set in a fictional prehistoric Age. He even gave hints that he intended Minas Tirith to be set on the same degree of https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Fifth_Age Category:Lands This category contains the realms and regions of Endor. Middle-Earth: Westlands Beleriand Lindon eriador Arnor Arthedain Breeland The Shire Cardolan Minhiriath Eryn Vorn Rhudaur Rivendell Trollshaws Angmar Enedwaith Dunland Eregion Grey Mountains Misty Mountains https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Lands Annúminas Annúminas was the home of Arthedain's Kings before the city was sacked in 1409, when the hordes of the Witch-king overran all the former lands of Arnor. Annúminas once held the position of https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Annúminas Category:Third Age Notes: This is The original Fanmodules Khand& Rhun Timeline. Notes: Some of the ideas in this plot come from Incánus Middle-earth Page (the Rahiwenna), others are taken from Middle-earth:total War (the golden https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Third_Age Haradrim The term Haradrim or Southrons was applied to a large number of very distinct peoples and tribes of southern Middle-Earth.In the closer sense it was used for the cultures of the Haradwaith, a https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Haradrim Category:Lindon An Elvish realm on the western edge of the continent of Endor, home to the survivors of the Noldor, Sindar, and Laiquendi (Silvan Elves) who dwelt in Beleriand in the First Age. Beleriand was broken https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Lindon Arthedain The senior kingdom of the three formed after the division of Arnor. Technically, since T.A. 1349, its Kings had claimed to be the rulers of Arnor reunited. In T.A. 1643, the Cardolandren principalities https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Arthedain Mordor The name of no land conjures up more fear than that of Mordor (S: "Black Land" or "Dark Land"). Even Angmar and Mirkwood cannot inspire the dread associated with the barren volcanic plateau of Gorgoroth https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Mordor Category:Gondor The South Kingdom or Gondor (S."Land of Stone"; older númenórean Name: Turmen Hyallondiéva or Hyallondië) was the great Dúnadan kingdom that lay west of Mordor and north of the Bay of Belfalas. Osgiliath on https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Gondor The Second of the Nazgûl The Second of the Nazgûl, also known as The Second of the Nine (Q." Ulaire Attea") and The Black Easterling or the Shadow from the East was the second mightiest of the nine Ringwraiths. For https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/The_Second_of_the_Nazgûl Lord of the Nazgûl The Lord of the Nazgûl, known to the Elves as The First of the Nine (Q." Ulaire Minya") and to the Orcs as Number One (Or."Âsh") was the foremost and leader of the Nazgul https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Lord_of_the_Nazgûl Arnor Arnor, or the Northern Kingdom, was a kingdom of the Dúnedain in the land of Eriador in Middle-earth. It was the original seat of the High King of Arnor who ruled over both Arnor https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Arnor Easterlings Easterlings (S.Rhúnedain Q. Rómenildi or Hrónatani) was a vague term for the wild tribes of eastern Middle-Earth. In the First Age the name was applied to the Peoples of Bor and Ulfang in https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Easterlings Rhudaur Easternmost of the three sections of Arnor, Rhudaur (S."Trollshaw", Hi."Red Sky") was the wildest, most rugged, and least populated region in the North Kingdom. When Arnor was sundered in T.A. 861, Rhudaur https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Rhudaur Orcs The Orcs (B.S.: Uruki; Q.: Orcor; S.: Yrch) were a warlike tribal race which dwelt in the Westlands of Middle-earth and other territories of Arda. Tales of their origins varied, though most accounts https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Orcs Elves The Elves, or Firstborn, were the first of the Eruhini to awaken. Born under the stars before the ascension of the Moon and the Sun,they retained a special love for light and an inner https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Elves Unnamed Characters This Category is for Characters who are mentioned indirectly or whose existence is indicated, but who are not given Names in the Legendarium (so called "Textual Ghosts") as well as unnamed Characters appearing in the https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Unnamed_Characters Men Men, known as the Hildor, were the race of mortals who dwelt in Middle-earth and throughout the world of Arda. In the widest sense also the Hobbits were considered mortals and therefore Hildor (although https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Men Anfalas Anfalas (S."long Coast") or Langstrand was a primitive and poor land, in which the kings exerted little direct influence. Its inhabitants led simple, rural lives, usually centered around fishing, agriculture, or shepherding. It was https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Anfalas Dor-en-Ernil Dor-en-Ernil referred to the autonomous principality of the Princes of Dol Amroth.It was often used interchangeable with Belfalas, though Belfalas proper only referred to the coastal lands, which were a royal fief https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Dor-en-Ernil MERP Characters Akth Alurin Andarra Arkish Arleg Belvie Caith Carfe Carmil Corlagon the red Cuthan Cykur Dancu Dumfa Dumra Durac Durax Durkarian Elenuil Elosian Falryen Farrenar Fornagath Foskat Furish Furn Geer Halla Harband Harec Haren Harluinar Heludar https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/MERP_Characters Category:Harondor The politics of Gondor's southern marches are frighteningly complex. Harithilien, technically part of the province of Ithilien, nonetheless falls under the military jurisdiction of the Southern Army, making Prince Elatar its virtual Governor. The https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Harondor Moria (Kh. "Dwarf-mansion"; S. "Hadhodrond"; W. "Dwarrowdelf') It is also known as Moria (S. "Black Chasm"), the Black Pit, and the Mines of Moria. Khazaddum stands as citadel, mansion, and city-hold of Durin https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Moria Cardolan The southernmost part of Arnor, Cardolan (S."Red Hill Country") was a separate Dúnadan kingdom from T.A. 861 until T.A. 1409. Cardolan was the most densely populated area of old Arnor and contained https://notionclubarchives.fandom.com/wiki/Cardolan Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 40K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. View More Wikis Top pages Fifth Age - Tolkien intended Middle-Earth, or the Westlands, to correspond to Europe but set in a fictional... Gothmog the Orc - Gothmog was one of the most feared warriors in Sauron's service. 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