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  • Men

    [[File:353693 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | a04392f758e0a12b50e33e410c1802a1.jpg]] h6. _Atani, The Secondborn, Children of the Sun, The Night-fearers_ The youngest race of Arda, Men awoke at the first dawning of the Sun in a land …

  • Elves

    [[File:353678 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | arwen.jpg]] h6. _Eldar, The Firstborn, People of the Stars, The Fair Folk_ The eldest race of Arda, the Elves awoke long before the rising of the Sun or Moon, beside a starlit lake called …

  • Dwarves

    [[File:353687 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | e1aff50c2f025716841f9d8fe112cfbd.jpg]] h6. _Khazad, The Adopted, Masters of Stone, Children of Aule_ The Dwarves were originally created by the Vala known as Aule the Smith, though Eru …

  • Hobbits

    [[File:353695 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | b59d8b5fa0334e34a0f452c5230ab5fe.jpg]] h6. _Periannath, The Halflings, Little People_ The short-statured Hobbits, also called halflings, are an offshoot of the race of mortal Men that first …

  • Noldor

    [[File:354067 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | Noldor]]The proud High Elves of Middle-earth, the Noldor are accounted among the greatest craftsmen and keepers of lore, though there are very few left in Middle-earth. The Noldor are those who once …

  • Sindar

    [[File:354078 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | Sindar]]The grey elves known as Sindar began the great journey into the West long ago, but lingered on the shores of Middle-Earth for love of its lands and loyalty to their lord and lady. Though …

  • Nandor

    [[File:354073 | class=media-item-align-right | 250px | Nandor]]The sylvan elves of the woodlands known collectively as the Nandor consist of many lesser kindreds who parted from the great journey into the West and settled in the wild lands of Middle- …

  • Dunedain

    After awakening in Hildorien at the dawn of the Sun, some mortals fled the influence of Morgoth and traveled west. In the First Age they allied with the Elves and formed the Three Houses of the Edain. In the Second Age they were given the island of …

  • Northmen

    Some Men fled the corruption of Morgoth, but did not enter Beleriand and the influence of the Elves. These men settled in the northern reaches of Middle-earth east of the Blue Mountains – though only a minority crossed the Misty Mountains and became the …

  • Bree-landers

    Though accounted among the Men of Darkness, the Men of Bree-land and its surroundings are subjects of the lords of Arnor and its successor kingdoms. They enjoy peaceful relations with most of their neighbors, particularly with the Hobbits who share their …

  • Dunlendings

    The Hill-men who settled east and south of Cardolan eventually became the Dunlendings. Given to a nomadic lifestyle, they are known for raiding and thievery, though they frequently trade with Cardolan and Rhudaur. They have also been known to work as …

  • Rhudaurim

    Descended from the tribes of Hill-men and related to the Men of the Mountains, the Rhudaurim settled in Rhudaur and ultimately replaced the Dunedain rulers as the dominant culture, though they largely preserved the customs and knowledge of their former …

  • Druedain

    The Wild Men of the Woods are a secretive people with strange wisdom and uncanny powers. Though their ancestry is largely shrouded in mystery, they are mostly harmless, shying away from contact with outsiders. table. |*Recommended Skills*|[[Stealth]]| …

  • Longbeards

    Descended from Durin, the Longbeards are the oldest and most powerful clan of Dwarves, and founders and lords of Khazad-dum. They are skilled in crafting and trade, and as a people are generally excellent merchants, diplomats, and leaders. Durin’s folk …

  • Firebeards

    Descended from Uri, and once the rulers of Nogrod in the Blue Mountains, most of the Firebeards fled eastward to Khazad-dum and the halls of their Longbeard cousins after the War of Wrath. The Firebeards are named for their often bright red hair. In …

  • Broadbeams

    Descended from Linnar, like the Firebeards, the Broadbeams once ruled the citadel of Belegost in the Blue Mountains, but fled to Khazad-dum after the War of Wrath. The Broadbeams are often craftsmen, herdsmen, and farmers, and unlike their kinsmen are …

  • Harfoots

    The most common and widespread culture of Hobbits, the Harfoots were the first to come over the mountains into Eriador. They pioneered the hobbit-hole dwellings called “smials”, and preferred hills and highlands where they could found numerous small …

  • Fallohides

    The Fallohides are more recent additions to the peoples of Bree-land, having only arrived in the area roughly one hundred years ago. The Fallohides are not a numerous people, preferring the forests and woodlands of Bree-land. Fallohides are the tallest …

  • Stoors

    The Stoors were the last hobbits to come over the mountains, and settled farther south than their cousins. They mostly live in the borders of Dunland, particularly in the marshlands called Swanfleet, where they trade with both the Hill-men and the …

  • Angmarim

    Description table. |*Recommended Skills*|[[Deceive]]| |*Example Aspects*|| |*Example Stunts*|| h1. Language and Names A short list of name examples is provided below (also see the note on [[Names]]): table. |_. Gender|_. Example Names| |* …