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long ago in the quiet of the world, when there was less noise and more green -JRR Tolkien




Shire
The Shire refers to an area settled exclusively by Hobbits and largely removed from the goings-on in the rest of Middle-earth. -From Wikipedia




Karningul
Rivendell is the Englished version of the Westron name Karningul (itself a translation of Imladris). The name Imladris is also glossed as "Canyon of the Cleft" -From Wikipedia




Abyss
The Misty Mountains had very few passes. The most important of these were the High Pass and the Redhorn Pass; there was also a pass at the source of the Gladden. -From Wikipedia




Mirkwood
Mirkwood could only be crossed by two routes. The main one was the Old Forest Road, to the north of the centre of the forest. Further north there was the little-known Elf-path. -From Wikipedia




Elven
They are said to be lovers of nature, art, and song.




Lake-town
The town is constructed entirely of wood and stands upon wooden pillars sunk into the bed of the Long Lake, south of the Lonely Mountain and east of Mirkwood -From Wikipedia




Ruin
Dale: A city of Men on the Celduin (the River Running) near the Lonely Mountain; the city also had a close association with the Long Lake. It was ruled by Girion until its destruction by the dragon Smaug. -From Wikipedia




Dragon
One of the last great Fire-drakes of Middle-earth, Smaug rose to prominence by laying waste to the town of Dale and capturing the Dwarf-kingdom of the Lonely Mountain (Erebor) -From Wikipedia




Eriador
Eriador is derived from erya, "isolated, lonely" and dor, "land"



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