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Featured Article

Gondor is a kingdom of Men located in the south of Middle-Earth. It is a flat, grassy land with few trees, resembling the Minecraft plains biome. Gondor Soldiers and Gondor Archers spawn here day and night, guarding the land against the threat of Mordor Orcs. More >

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On The Mod's Lore

This mod contains several original factions that weren't mentioned in Tolkien's lore to flesh out the world of Middle-Earth. If you want to learn more about the history of these factions, then you're in luck! The mod team, together with several members of Wiki staff, have written official mod-lore for these new factions, which mimics the style of the Appendixes that tell the stories of Gondor, Rohan, and Durin's Folk. If you're interested in reading up on the culture of the Morwaith or the story of the Taurethrim Empire, then feel free to check out the Lost Chronicles of Middle-Earth.

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The latest mod version is:
Update 36.5
for Minecraft 1.7.10
Recommended Forge: 1558
See changelog for recent changes.
The latest Renewed mod version is:
Note: the Renewed version is in early development and lacks many features of the full 1.7.10 mod, which you can download above.
Renewed-2.1.3 - CurseForge
for Minecraft 1.15.2
Recommended Forge: 1.15.2-31.2.31
See changelog for recent changes.
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