By Heike Kubasch
Historical past. Land and weather. wildlife (Trolls, Giants, Dragons, Bears, Wargs, Orcs). Politics and gear. areas of be aware. Maps of Northern Misty Mountains, town of Carn Dûm. And the Witch King of Angmar.
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