Länsi-mâ

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Area.png Länsi-mâ
Region: Forochel
Landmark(s): Barad Gaurhoth
Icereave Mines
Kissa-sari
Norsu-hauta
Norsu-leiri
Peikko Cave
4th Dwarf Channel
7th Dwarf Channel
10th Dwarf Channel
Settlement(s): Zigilgund
Connecting
Area(s):
Itä-mâ
Talvi-mûri
Levels: Mainly 46 - 50
Resource tier: Master
Länsi-mâ.jpg



Länsi-mâ is an area within Forochel in the western region.

This area lies between Itä-mâ and Talvi-mûri, and between the south-western shorelines of the Ice Bay of Forochel and one of the three contributories to river Lhûn that eventually is flowing south past Ered Luin and beyond. Throughout the area are found elks, gauredain, ice-bears, and mammoths, and in the north-western section are hot springs with many worms. At Norsu-leiri are daily quests available for improved standing with the Lossoth.

Historically this area was a prosperous mining centre with many mines around the area, but it was deserted long ago and only recently the Longbeards have taken the frost-bitten ruins of Zigilgund into use again. However, also Dourhands have returned and settled down in some nearby mines, where king Arvedui of Dúnadan hid long since with his men, escaping Fornost and Angmar's wrath.

Zigilgund is an outpost with dwarves, a Lossoth hunter, and a burgled Burglar. Here travellers will find basic services such as a Stable-master, Milestone, Mailbox and a Forge. There are also a Healer and a Supplier & Provisioner, as well as many quest givers and a Burglar Trainer who has lost his Fellowship as well as his own belongings.


Settlements

The following settlements are found within this area:

Landmarks

These landmarks are located within Länsi-mâ:

Dungeons

NPCs

See list of all NPCs within Länsi-mâ

Quests

See "starting quests" and the landmarks for more quests

Starting

Involving:

Mobs

The following creatures are found within this area:


Maps

Map of Forochel

Lore

In Finnish Länsi-mâ means "West Land"; the letter â does not exist but it represents the double "a" which gives "maa" ("land") and "itä" means "west".




Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of Forochel
Settlements: Kauppa-kohtaKuru-leiriPynti-peldotSûri-kyläZigilgund
Areas: Itä-mâJä-kuruJä-rannitLänsi-mâTalvi-mûriTaur Orthon
Landmarks: 4th Dwarf Channel7th Dwarf Channel10th Dwarf ChannelBarad GaurhothBregmor's DenGreat Lodge of Sûri-kyläHammastus-pesäHylje-leiriIcereave MinesThe IronspanJotunstathJä-reittiJänis-leiriKarhu-leiriKibilzaharKissa-sariKorkea-järviLeijona-kotinThe Lonesome StonesMetsästä-sijaNorsu-hautaNorsu-leiriNäky-kolo‎Peikko CavePynti-leiriReodh FuilSâri-surma‎Skirmish CampTûli-mäitVesi-paistâVoi-teltta