Middle-Earth (Part I - The Hither Lands)

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  1. The Hither Lands were the regions south of all Middle-earth (Endor) that were situated south of Umbar, Rhun and Cuivienen, just west of the East Sea, and north of the Dark Land. References The Atlas of Middle-earth, The Ambarkanta, The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, "Of Beleriand and its Realms".
  2. Feb 06,  · The Hither Lands was a name for Middle-earth; the lands of mortals as opposed to Aman, the Undying Lands.. On Tolkien's earliest maps of Arda, the term "Hither Lands" was written across both Middle-earth and the southern continent that would eventually contain nilunchlernbronamcep.arasababulivnecarahnnebarxae.cog a definite name for this southern landmass, "Hither Lands" is occasionally .
  3. Jul 01,  · Basically, I didn't think that there was land below Mordor. For the maps of Middle-Earth I saw, I thought that they were simply tapered off because there wasn't anything interesting anymore other than some coastlines and oceans. Then I found out the Hither Lands (Dark Lands) existed, and boy, were they a huge landmass as well.
  4. Dec 11,  · It's not Hither Lands, but some ambitious fellow has done a wealth of work on adapting Middle-earth to Basic Roleplaying. Here's a download center for many of the files. Not sure how complete it is. I think it's meant to be used in conjunction with the BRP core rulebook.
  5. Yet not all the Eldalie were willing to forsake the Hither Lands where they had long suffered and long dwelt; and some lingered many an age in the West and North, and especially in the western isles and in the Land of Leithien. History of Middle-earth V; The Lost Road and Other Writings Part 2: "Valinor and Middle-earth before The Lord of.
  6. The origin of the term “Middle-earth” In the letter commenting on a New York Times book review, Tolkien stated that the name Middle-earth is “just a use of Middle English midden-erd (or erthe), altered from Old English Middangeard, the name for the inhabited lands of Men ‘between the seas’”. Midden-erde (or erthe), however, is good old Middle English for “middle-earth.”.
  7. Thereafter the Hither Lands of Middle-earth should be for Mankind, the younger children of the world; but to the Elves, the Firstborn, alone should the gateways of the West stand ever open." The Lost Road and Other Writings, HoME Vol 5, Part 2, Ch 6, Quenta Silmarillion Note: A reproduction of Map V from The Shaping of Middle-earth is here.
  8. Part 1 of the Hither Lands series Next Work The Lost Road and Other Writings Part 2: "Valinor and Middle-earth before The Lord of the Rings" Chapter 6 "Quenta Silmarillion" The Conclusion of the Quenta Silmarillion § It more or less fits onto the end of Quenta Narquelion, but can stand alone. In this story the Oath of Fëanor was.