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In the corners of the courtyard, two barracks provide two [[Straw Bed|straw beds]] and a [[Reed Basket|reed basket]] each. A third room between the two seems to be the [[Harnedor Warlord|captain's]] quarter and holds a single [[Straw Bed|straw bed]], a table and a [[Reed Basket|reed basket]]. Near the barracks, also an anvil, a cauldron, a {{CT}} and a {{CT|Haradric}} can be found. Some haybales mounted on fence post serve as practice dummies for warriors and archers.
 
In the corners of the courtyard, two barracks provide two [[Straw Bed|straw beds]] and a [[Reed Basket|reed basket]] each. A third room between the two seems to be the [[Harnedor Warlord|captain's]] quarter and holds a single [[Straw Bed|straw bed]], a table and a [[Reed Basket|reed basket]]. Near the barracks, also an anvil, a cauldron, a {{CT}} and a {{CT|Haradric}} can be found. Some haybales mounted on fence post serve as practice dummies for warriors and archers.
   
To the right and left of the gate, two stairs are leading up onto the walls. Attached to the parapet, across from the entrance, there is a small balcony directly over the [[Harnedor Warlord|captain's]] quarter. There, a [[Banner|banner of Near Harad]] is hanging from a [[bone]] spike. Below it, the [[Harnedor Warlord|warlord]] has the best overview over the whole fortress.
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To the right and left of the gate, two stairs are leading up onto the walls. Attached to the parapet, across from the entrance, there is a small balcony directly over the [[Harnedor Warlord|captain's]] quarter. There, a [[Banner|banner of Near Harad]] is hanging from a [[bone]] spike. Below it, the [[Harnedor Warlord|warlord]] has the best overview over the whole fortress. If you've got enough [[alignment]] with the {{faction|Near Harad|Near Harad faction}} and the necessary [[money]], you may hire Harnedor troops from the warlord.
 
[[file:HarnedorFortressInside.png|350px|left|thumb|Overlooking most of the courtyard from the warlords balcony.]]{{clr}}
 
[[file:HarnedorFortressInside.png|350px|left|thumb|Overlooking most of the courtyard from the warlords balcony.]]{{clr}}
   
 
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{{Faction Near Harad}}
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[[Category:Harnedor]]
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[[Category:Settlement]]
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[[Category:Looting]]
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[[Category:Ruins]]
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[[Category:Structures]]
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[[Category:Captain Structures]]

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Note: In Harnedor there are also found mercenary camps and desert camps. Both are small camps and described on extra pages (please follow the links).

Harnedor settlements are decent sized villages and fortifications in Harnedor in the south or ruined villages in Harondor in the north. They consist of wooden houses in various sizes (or ruins of those), or fortresses and tents.

Near Harad players will definitely want to visit those camps, as there's lots of loot to be found in them, and they offer plenty of questing opportunities.

Types of settlements

Fortifications

HarnedorFortifications

Fortifications are round structures with a fortress in the center. The fortress is surrounded by six tents and guarded by four watchtowers. The whole settlement is protected by a stockade.

Village

HarnedorVillage

Villages are round settlements, often with a stockade around them, which has an opening, where a short dirt path is leading to the center of the village. A signpost there shows name and founding date of the village. In the center sits either a tavern or a bazaar surrounded by a dirt path. In an inner circle around the central building, a lot of houses, stables and smithies are positioned. Farms, pastures and hay bales form the outer circle.

Ruined Village

RuinedHarnedorVillage

Ruined villages can only be found in Harondor. They are the ruined version of the villages of Harnedor. There are no ruined fortifications. The ruins are also round in shape. The stockade is still there, but worn down by fire, wind, and rain, with a lot of gaps in it. Also the dirt paths are still there. In the center is always a burnt down tavern, sourrounded by a circle of ruined houses. The farms, pastures and hay bales are long gone. There are no inhabitants, loot chests, furniture, or whatsoever left here. Only some Rangers of Ithilien, guarding the region can be found.

Finding settlements

As with all the Mod's settlements, Harnedor settlements need some flat land to spawn. That means that the first rule of thumb when searching for settlements is to look for an area of flat land. Then, keep on looking, as settlements don't spawn very frequently. Note, that they do no longer spawn in scrubland (since Update 34.3). They're well worth finding, however, owing to their plentiful loot and questing opportunities.

Structures

The following structures can be found in Harnedor settlements:

Harnedor Bazaar

If you are visiting a village for the opportunity to trade goods, the bazaar is the right place to go. Harnedor bazaars spawn not in every village, but if so, they are found in the very center. They are round wooden buildings with a woolen roof, and reed bars in the windows. They have an entrance to each of the four directions. Between those, on the outside, there are a pile of hay bales, four empty reed baskets, ores, and some empty bird cages.

The inside is decorated with banners of Near Harad and a rugged red carpet. In each quarter, a random market stall is located, in which different traders sell their goods and are willing to buy some of your stuff. Each stall has its own empty reed basket in the corner and its decoration hints, what the trader's profession might be. Besides of the stalls, you'll find melons, hay bales, suspended cages with birds in them, butterfly jars, armour stands, and wall-mounted weapons.

Note: There is no ruined version of a bazaar.

HarnedorBazaarInside

Inside a Harnedor bazaar: A trader behind the counter.

Harnedor Tavern


Taverns and inns are probably the most important buildings for wanderers on Middle-earth. Here, the weary find food and rest from their long travels throughout lonely and unknown countries.

There's either a bazaar or a tavern in the center of each village, so only every second village has one. Fortifications have no taverns included. Taverns are considerably bigger than ordinary houses, and oval in shape. They are also wooden buildings with a woolen roof, and reed bars in the windows. They have no doors, just 2 big archways on each of the two long sides of the oval. Signs at the entrances tell the name of the tavern to the weary wanderer.

The inside of the tavern has a wooden flooring, strawn with thatch and covered by a rugged red carpet. A lot of benches and tables with drinks, food and flowerpots populate the place, which is decorated with banners of the Gulf of Harad.

BarTheBartender

Some bartenders in Harnedor have really strange names.

HarnedorTavernInside1

A bartender behind the counter.

To one short side, the counter area offeres a furnace with Kebab, a cauldron, two barrels with alcoholic drinks, a vanilla crafting table and a Haradric crafting table, and some drinks and food on the tables. Here works the bartender, who might be willing to trade with you, if you've got at least neutral Near Harad alignment and enough coins to spend.

HarnedorTavernInside2

Those guest rooms offer not much privacy.

The other short side of the tavern seems to offer accomodation for the night. Only casually fenced off from the main room by reed bars, two small guest rooms feature a single straw bed, a reed basket, and a small table each. As the doors are lacking, the rooms do not offer the privacy, staying guests may be used to.

Ruined Harnedor Tavern


Not much of the former splendour is left, when you look at the ruins of those beautiful buildings. These shameful whitnesses of former wars, can only be found in Harondor, where they form the center of ruined villages. They are made out of cedar or charred wood. The complete wool roof is missing, all the furniture gone. Grass and flowers grow inside. No merry song is heared any longer here and no bartender serves good drinks and food any longer. Only a few forlorn Rangers of Ithilien can be spotted here from time to time.

RuinedHarnedorTavernInside

Watching the sky through the holes in the roof of a long gone tavern.

Harnedor Watchtower

The Harnedor watchtower can be found in the regions of Harondor and Harnedor in northern Near Harad. They spawn as part of fortifications, as well as seperately.

They are wooden towers with a wool roof, tattered wool sides and a rope leading to the top. Mounted on poles, you'll find a lot of skulls, probably from slain enemies. The towers were built by the Harnedhrim to maintain their control over the land. Each usually contains four warriors.

On the top, hidden under a fence post, a reed basket can be found, containg some weapons.

HarnedorTower

A Harnedor watchtower overlooking a lovely valley.

Harnedor Fortress


Only fortifications have got a fortress in the center. It is a decent sized, square, fenced-off area, made of cedar wood, and wool. The front is decorated with banners of Near Harad and skulls. The only entrance, a Haradric gate, is heavily guarded by Harnedor warriors and archers.

Inside, a lot of Harnedor armour can be found on armour stands and Haradric weapons mounted on the walls or in the reed baskets. The whole courtyard is illuminated by torches on the walls. In the front, two horses are tethered to fence posts and fed with some hay bales.

In the corners of the courtyard, two barracks provide two straw beds and a reed basket each. A third room between the two seems to be the captain's quarter and holds a single straw bed, a table and a reed basket. Near the barracks, also an anvil, a cauldron, a vanilla crafting table and a Haradric crafting table can be found. Some haybales mounted on fence post serve as practice dummies for warriors and archers.

To the right and left of the gate, two stairs are leading up onto the walls. Attached to the parapet, across from the entrance, there is a small balcony directly over the captain's quarter. There, a banner of Near Harad is hanging from a bone spike. Below it, the warlord has the best overview over the whole fortress. If you've got enough alignment with the Near Harad faction and the necessary money, you may hire Harnedor troops from the warlord.

HarnedorFortressInside

Overlooking most of the courtyard from the warlords balcony.

Harad Contest Shield  The Southrons of Near Harad  Near Harad Banner

NPCs: Slave
Traders: Merchant
Items: Black Númenórean ArmourBowEquipmentRobes
Blocks: BasketBrickChestCrafting Table
Structures: Ancient FortressObeliskPyramid

Umbar Shield  The Corsairs of Umbar  Umbar Banner

NPCs: Umbarians (Archer, Banner Bearer, Corsair, Soldier) • Gondorian Renegade
Traders: BartenderBazaar TradersCaptain (Umbar) • FarmerSlaver
Items: Armour (Umbaric, Horse) • Equipment (Umbaric)
Blocks: BrickCrafting Table
Structures: CampHideoutSettlement

Near Harad Shield  The Southrons of the Coasts  Near Harad Banner

NPCs: Southrons (Archer, Banner Bearer, Champion, Warrior)
Traders: BartenderBazaar TradersFarmerWarlord
Items: Armour (Horse, Champion) • Equipment
Blocks: Crafting Table
Structures: Settlement

Harnedor Shield  The Harnedhrim of Harnedor  Near Harad Banner

NPCs: Harnedhrim (Archer, Banner Bearer, Farmhand, Warrior)
Traders: BartenderBazaar TradersFarmerWarlord
Items: Armour
Blocks: Crafting Table
Structures: CampSettlementWatchtower

HelmetNomad  The Nomads of the Great Desert  Southron Nomads Banner

NPCs: Nomads (Archer, Banner Bearer, Guard)
Traders: Bazaar TradersChieftainMerchant
Items: Armour
Blocks: Crafting Table
Structures: Settlement

Gulfing Shield  The Gulfings of Khopazul  Gulf of Harad Banner

NPCs: Gulfing (Archer, Banner Bearer, Warrior)
Traders: BartenderBazaar TradersFarmerWarlord
Items: ArmourEquipment
Blocks: Crafting Table
Structures: Settlement

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