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My Wish List
  1. Add Rivendell Scout
  2. Add Golden and Silver High Elven Torch
  3. Change recipe for Miruvor
  4. Remove Chalk from Rivendell Hills
  5. Add Mearas
  6. Move Northern Orcs (Gundabad) achievements to the Misty Mountains category
  7. Move Isengard achievements to a separate category
  8. Watch the Sun over one minute gives Blindness effect

All worthy things that are in peril as the world now stands, those are my care.


In the end the Shadow was only a small and passing thing: there was light and high beauty for ever beyond its reach.


Yet it is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till.


Tarwaionn Aipio is a poweruser and an active user on The Lord of the Rings Minecraft Mod Wiki. He want to save wiki's Chinese version as a sysop and a bureaucrat of Chinese wiki.

Tarwaionn is a Vanyar. Somehow he stays in Endórë after the reinforcement in the War of Wrath. For thousands of years he has wandered through the Hither Lands. As a Calaquendi, his goal is to help every free people of middle-earth, and he will never leave the for Valmar until the people get rid of the Shadow.

This is a nice image though...



All rivers run to the Sea[]

The wisdom of crowds[]

Travelling traders[]

Traders Biomes
Blue Mountains Merchant Shire, Blue Mountains, Lindon, Breeland, Enedwaith, Eriador, Eregion, Lone-Lands, Rohan, Iron Hills, Wilderland, Erebor
Dalish Merchant Blue Mountains, Shire, Breeland, Dunland, Vales of Anduin, Erebor, Iron Hills, Rohan, Gondor, Dor-en-Ernil, Wilderland, Dorwinion
Dorwinion Merchant Rohan, Gondor, Dor-en-Ernil, Woodland Realm, Dale, Wilderland, Near Harad Fertile
High Elven Wanderer Blue Mountains, Fangorn, Ithilien, Gondor, Rohan, Lindon, Shire, Breeland, Enedwaith, Eriador, Eregion, Lone-Lands, Vales of Anduin, Field of Celebrant, Dor-en-Ernil, Woodland Realm, Dorwinion
Iron Hills Merchant Vales of Anduin, Field of Celebrant, Breeland, Dunland, Erebor, Eregion, Eriador, Gondor, Lone-Lands, Red Mountains, Rohan, Shire, Wilderland
Near Harad Merchant Rhûn, Umbar, Wilderland, Breeland, Eriador, Eregion, Lone-Lands, Vales of Anduin, Field of Celebrant, Erebor, DorwinionFar Harad Savannah, Near Harad
Oddment Collector Most biomes in North-Western Middle-Earth

Region Classification[]


Blue Mountains • Bree • High ElvesHobbits • Lossoth • Rangers of the NorthTrolls


Beornings • DaleDol GuldurDurin's FolkGundabadLothlórienWoodland Realm • Woodmen

Greater Gondor:

Druedain • DunlandFangornGondorIsengard • Khand • MordorRohan


Cerinrim • Corsairs of Umbar • Half-trolls • Limwaith • MoredainNear HaradTauredain


Dorwinion • Easterlings • Free Easterlings • Red Mountains • Wainriders

Alternate Dimensions:



Camps of Middle-earth
Name Factions present Name Factions present
Free Folk Elves High Elf, Lothlórien, Woodland Realm Servant of Dark Lords Servant of Sauron Mordor, Dol Guldur, Near Harad, Easterlings, Corsairs of Umbar, Variags, Far Harad black men
Men Gondor, Rohan, Dale, Beornings, Woodmen, Ranger of the North, Hobbits, Drúedain, Lake-town, Bree, Lossoth Servant of Saruman Isengard, Dunland
Dwarves Durin's Folk, Blue Mountains Orc of Misty Mountains Gundabad
Ents Fangorn
  • ... and many of their own wolves were turning upon them and rending the dead and the wounded.
  • Grievous is the fall of your men; but you shall see that at least the wolves of the mountains do not devour them. It is with their friends, the Orcs, that they hold their feast: such indeed is the friendship of their kind.——Gandalf

  • ... and the poorest of us had money to spend and to lend, and leisure to make beautiful things just for the. fun of it, not to speak of the most marvellous and magical toys, the like of which is not to be found in the world now-a-days. So my grandfather's halls became full of armour and jewels and carvings and cups, and the toy-market of Dale was the wonder of the North.
  • The hobbit-children were so excited that for a while they almost forgot about eating. There were toys the like of which they had never seen before, all beautiful and some obviously magical. Many of them had indeed been ordered a year before, and had come all the way from the Mountain and from Dale, and were of real dwarf-make.
  • Hundreds of musical crackers had been pulled. Most of them bore the mark DALE on them; which did not convey much to most of the hobbits, but they all agreed they were marvellous crackers.

  • In them lies our brief hope, for in one thing only is the enemy still poorly provided: he has few horsemen.’
  • ‘And we also have few. Now would the coming of Rohan be in the nick of time,’