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Riders of Rohan

Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Buch mit 64 Seiten für [Middleearth] / Mittelerde

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: Iron Crown Enterprises [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 1985

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Ride with the Rohirrim as they struggle against the hordes of Easterlings and the Orcs of the White Hand.
This package covers the RIDERS OF ROHAN during 3 separate periods:
Their existence on the Rhovanion plain before the war with the wainriders
Their life in the vales of the Anduin and the war against Scatha the Drake¸ and their settlement in Rohan
Includes layouts for Helms Deep¸ Edoras¸ Dunharrow¸ and Harrowdale
Information on Vidugavia¸ Frumgar¸ Fram the Dragon-slayer¸ Wormtongue¸ Helm¸ Theoden¸ Eomer¸ and Eowyn
Almost everything about the Northmen changed with their acquisition of horses: Their hunting methods¸ their religious focus¸ their relations with other Men - Men who did not possess horses. Their attitude to the Dark Lord¸ however¸ remained unchanged. They despised him and his creations¸ and all evil Men who worshipped darkness and they still distrusted magic and magicians¸ no matter what side they claimed to be on.
RIDERS OF ROHAN includes:
6 FULL-COLOR PAGES: a 2 page map of the Hornburg area¸ plus maps of Framsburg¸ the Drúadan Forest¸ Edoras¸ and a regional map of Rohan
MAJOR LAYOUTS: of Buhr Marling (a fortified Horse-lord village)¸ Ilanin (a wain village)¸ The Hornburg¸ The Jugglers Hall¸ The Signal-tower¸ and The Inn of Greys
THE RIDERS: an overview of the Northmen Horse-lords through the Third Age into the early years of the Fourth Age
OTHER INHABITANTS: The Dunlendings¸ Half-orcs¸ The Servants of the White Hand¸ and the Drúedain
NOTE: The 2nd Edition (1987) includes a new full-color regional map.

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