Hobbit burrows are small structures in which poorer Hobbits of the Shire dwell. They are covered in leaves and have small front garden with a seat and a single door entrance. There is a sign to the left of the door with the family name of the inhabitants, for example "Mugwort Hole".
Locations[edit | edit source]
These burrows only spawn in the Shire, at the same frequency as houses and twice as commonly as Hobbit holes. There are also similar burrows in Bree-land settlements - they can spawn randomly in hamlets and spawn in rows along a winding road in Bree-land villages.
Interior[edit | edit source]
The burrow is a simple structure, with a single room shared by its two inhabitants. Opposite the door is a double chest containing the same food-related items that can be found in the larders of Hobbit holes. To the left is a double straw bed, a small desk and a single chest with more food. To the right is a small kitchen area without even a proper oven, instead having a furnace, cauldron and Hobbit crafting table, as well as a plate with some food on.
Mobs[edit | edit source]
The burrow's only inhabitants are two married Hobbits, and occasionally their children.
Loot[edit | edit source]
There is nothing of particular value inside these burrows, unless the player is hungry and for some reason cannot find food elsewhere in the Shire.
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Hobbit (Farmhand, Bounder)