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  • Breemen

    _The nearest settled Men to the Shire_ In the hard years of the Second Age, a race of Men inhabited the White Mountains far to the south of the [[Shire]], in the land that would one day become Rohan. Groups of these mountaineers began to migrate …

  • Eriadorians

    The Men of Eriador are the original mannish inhabitants of the Lands of Eriador before it´s colonization by the Númenóreans.They were closely akin to the Edain of Beleriand, some of them descending from Groups who had never crossed the Ered Luin, others …

  • Hillmen

    The Hillmen are one of the shortest Mannish races in western Middle-earth. Males range in height from 5'4" to 5'8"; women are about 3" shorter. They are, however, a stocky, strong and hearty folk, and quite hirsute. (A slight mustache is not considered …

  • Hobbits

    The Hobbits are the shortest of the Free Peoples. They are a simple race of unclear origin, divided into Stoor, Harfoot, and Fallohide subgroups. It appears they arose in the East in the First Age, at about the same time as Men. Indeed, they are said to …

  • Dwarves

    The Dwarves, or "Naugrim," are descendants of the Seven Fathers of the Khazâd, who were created by the Vala Aulë (The Smith) out of stone. Their seven lineages or houses settled in separate areas, but always in or by the mountains. All Dwarves consider …

  • Elves

    Situated in lands south of the [[Nan-i-Naugrim]], the city of [[Mithlond]] (S. "Gray Havens") stands in eternal beauty. This jewel, located at the mouth of the [[River Lhûn]], is the easternmost point of [[Lindon]]. The lands beyond the borders of the …

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