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  • Middle-earth (in Sindarin, Endor) is the largest landmass of Arda and the setting for most of the events in the Lord of the Rings continuum. It is more or less analogous to Europe in latitude and climate. Parts of Middle-earth farther east and south begin to resemble Asia and Africa, respectively.
  • Middle-Earth is the name of the world where the war of the ring take place, it inhabited by alot of race and creature who each have their own agenda either it is for evil or good they all live in this wonderful world.
  • The era came to an end when Hyrule annexed Gamelon, and the forces of evil were stopped, although they pretty much still persist in the form of the Hyrulian government.
  • Middle-earth refers to the fictional 'mortal' lands where some of the stories of author J. R. R. Tolkien take place, as opposed to Aman or 'undying' lands, where the angelic Valar live together with most of the High Elves. The term's origin lies in a translation of the Middle English middel-erde which developed from Old English middangeard. Tolkien said that his Middle-earth is our Earth, but in a fictional period in the past, estimating the end of the Third Age to about 6,000 years before his own time. The history of Tolkien's Middle-earth is divided into several Ages. The novel The Hobbit and the main text of The Lord of the Rings deal exclusively with events toward the end of the Third Age and conclude at the dawn of the Fourth Age, while The Silmarillion deals mainly with the First Age.
  • Middle-Earth, also known as Endor (S.Middle-Land) was the largest continent on Ambar (the World) in Arda (the Realm of Manwë). It´s inhabitants were the children of Eru, the Elves, Hildor (or mortals, including men and Halflings), Dwarves and Ents as well as the Melkorindi or Uvanimar, the Orcs, Trolls and Dragons. Middle-Earth was also known to be the Home of a number of lesser Ainur or Maiar and enigmatic peoples as the Giants and a countless number of Olvar and Kelvar or Plants and Animals. See: * Westlands * Wild Lands
  • Με την Middle-Earth (ελλ. Μεσόγειος) κάποιοι καμένης φαντασίας παρακμιακοί τύποι (με αρχηγό τον Tolkien) επινόησαν μία άλλη γη, κρυμμένη από μας, όπου μονίμως επικρατεί το κακό και κάποιοι καλοί πάντα προσπαθούν να το εξαλείψουν. Φυσικά, το καταφέρνουν πάντα (Χαρακτηριστικό παράδειγμα: Gandalf)! Αφού το εξαλείψουν, καλούν και τους Blind Guardian, να ρίξουν καμιά πενιά να μερακλώσουν.
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  • Middle-earth (in Sindarin, Endor) is the largest landmass of Arda and the setting for most of the events in the Lord of the Rings continuum. It is more or less analogous to Europe in latitude and climate. Parts of Middle-earth farther east and south begin to resemble Asia and Africa, respectively.
  • Middle-Earth is the name of the world where the war of the ring take place, it inhabited by alot of race and creature who each have their own agenda either it is for evil or good they all live in this wonderful world.
  • Με την Middle-Earth (ελλ. Μεσόγειος) κάποιοι καμένης φαντασίας παρακμιακοί τύποι (με αρχηγό τον Tolkien) επινόησαν μία άλλη γη, κρυμμένη από μας, όπου μονίμως επικρατεί το κακό και κάποιοι καλοί πάντα προσπαθούν να το εξαλείψουν. Φυσικά, το καταφέρνουν πάντα (Χαρακτηριστικό παράδειγμα: Gandalf)! Αφού το εξαλείψουν, καλούν και τους Blind Guardian, να ρίξουν καμιά πενιά να μερακλώσουν. Εκτός του Gandalf, κυκλοφορούν και άλλες ηλίθιες φάτσες, όπως ξωτικά (Legolas), που θυμίζει πιο πολύ παρθένα μαθητριούλα κατηχητικού σχολείου παρά πολεμιστή και μπασμένα ανθρωπόμορφα πλάσματα, ύψους ενός μέτρου, που λέγονται hobbits, επίσης κάποιοι αμφιβόλλου σεξουαλικότητας πολεμιστές όπως (Άραγκορν) που νομίζουν ότι είναι διάδοχοι χαμένων βασιλείων ή μαρμαρωμένοι βασιλιάδες και θέλουν να επανακτήσουν χαμένα εδάφη, ε ρε λόξα που 'χει ο κόσμος!
  • The era came to an end when Hyrule annexed Gamelon, and the forces of evil were stopped, although they pretty much still persist in the form of the Hyrulian government.
  • Middle-Earth, also known as Endor (S.Middle-Land) was the largest continent on Ambar (the World) in Arda (the Realm of Manwë). It´s inhabitants were the children of Eru, the Elves, Hildor (or mortals, including men and Halflings), Dwarves and Ents as well as the Melkorindi or Uvanimar, the Orcs, Trolls and Dragons. Middle-Earth was also known to be the Home of a number of lesser Ainur or Maiar and enigmatic peoples as the Giants and a countless number of Olvar and Kelvar or Plants and Animals. The best known part of Arda were the Westlands, roughly the northwestern part of the continent with the icy Forodwaith in the north, the hot Haradwaith in the south, the Sea of Rhûn in the east and the great ocean Belegaer in the west.It comprised the Lands of Lindon, Eriador (Including the lost Kingdom of Arnor and its successor realms as well as Enedwaith), Rohan (or Calenardhon), the Lands of Rhovanion, the southern Kingdom of Gondor and the dark land of Mordor. The Lands of Rhûn and Haradwaith were known quite well in the southern kingdom of Gondor since they once were provinces of it´s dominion, the Lands further to the east and south were known as the Wild Lands east and South, Tribal areas often under the sway of the dark Lord or inhabited by wild rebellious tribes loyal to none but themselves.The Númenóreans had built many colonies in the south along the western coast, many of which later became the homelands of the so-called black númenóreans. See: * Westlands * Wild Lands
  • Middle-earth refers to the fictional 'mortal' lands where some of the stories of author J. R. R. Tolkien take place, as opposed to Aman or 'undying' lands, where the angelic Valar live together with most of the High Elves. The term's origin lies in a translation of the Middle English middel-erde which developed from Old English middangeard. Tolkien said that his Middle-earth is our Earth, but in a fictional period in the past, estimating the end of the Third Age to about 6,000 years before his own time. The history of Tolkien's Middle-earth is divided into several Ages. The novel The Hobbit and the main text of The Lord of the Rings deal exclusively with events toward the end of the Third Age and conclude at the dawn of the Fourth Age, while The Silmarillion deals mainly with the First Age.
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