In these latter days, the name of the wood has become simply Lothlórien, the Dreamflower. Evil does not enter there, though neither do many others, for they jealously guard their borders, distrustful of the world beyond. In these dark days, however, Lothlórien’s borders will soon be opened . . . War is upon their threshold. 
Lothlórien is one of the most famous locations in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, and one of the last places of Power remaining to the forces of good. Players of Mines of Moria™ will surely want to visit Lothlórien and offer their services to the Lord and Lady.
Lothlórien, translated as "Lórien of the Blossom" and usually called just Lórien, are the fabled golden woods whose Elves dwell high in the mallorn-trees and are ruled by Celeborn, wisest of the Eldar of Middle-earth, and the Lady Galadriel. The Golden Wood, is a blaze of light and color at the edge of the Black Pit of Moria. Even in this time of shadow and fear, Celeborn, Galadriel, and their Silvan people keep it safe.
When Celeborn and Galadriel passed into Middle-earth, they settled at last beyond the Misty Mountains among the silvan folk of Laurelindórenan, the Land of the Valley of Singing Gold. Its name sprang from the colours of the mallorn trees which grow there, whose leaves turn golden in the autumn. Lord Celeborn is acknowledged throughout Middle-earth as the wisest of the Wise, while Galadriel his wife is known to have the gift of foresight, though much of the truth lies in the Ring of Power she secretly wields: Nenya, the Ring of Adamant. Together they rule the Golden Wood, protecting it through the power of Nenya.
- Talan Haldir:
- Talan Fanuidhol:
- Talan Atharchen:
- Talan Brethil:
- Talan Mallelas:
- Talan Dolinhen:
- Talan Gwilith:
- Talan Orthelian:
- Talan Tirith:
- Talan Revail:
Although there are no world instances located within Lothlórien itself, there are three located within Moria, which play a role in the Lothlórien epic story line (Volume II, Book 8), as well as Dâr Narbugud, a 12-man raid in the The Foundations of Stone. These instances can be unlocked via purchasal of the Lothlórien quest pack in the LOTRO Store.
- The Mirror-halls of Lumul-nar (Small Fellowship Instance)
- The Water Wheels: Nalâ-dûm (Small Fellowship Instance)
- Halls of Crafting (Fellowship Instance)
- Dâr Narbugud (12-man Raid)
- The Battle of Lórien (Fellowship Quest Instance)
Galadhrim is the reputation faction located within Lothlórien. Reputation can only be earned by doing quests, there are no monster drops which grant reputation with the Galadhrim. See faction page for more information.
- A summary guide to Lothlórien Deeds can be found in the wiki category Lothlórien Deeds.
Named Creatures Flake Collectors List
Each of these creatures is the rare, signature, tougher, named version and all have a high change to drop a rare shard used in crafting.
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of Lothlórien|
|Settlements:||Caras Galadhon • Cerin Amroth • Echad Andestel • Mekhem-bizru • The Vineyards of Lórien|
|Areas:||Cirin-en-Galadh • Egladil • Eryn Laer • Fanuidhol • Gelirdor • Nan Celebrant • Nanduhirion • Nimrodel • Taur Hith|
|Landmarks:||Athmadhul • Bain Gwaloth • Bidroi Maudhûl • Bolg Maufulug • Brochos • Celebrant • Cerin Brethil • Cerin Nauth • Drû-garmadh • Drûmaudhul • The Elder Circle • The Fallen Ice • Galadriel's Garden • The Garden of Memory • Gazpush • Ghâr-bayur • Golugrak • Gworast • Imlad Lalaith • Lady's Rest • Mirrormere • Mokûrz Gundul • Nardur-stazg • Nimrodeliant • The Peaceful Glade • Prakûth-fulug • The Quiet Garden • The Ring of Melbrethil • Sâd Gilthiriad • Skirmish Camp • The Stone-grove • Talan Atharchen • Talan Brethil • Talan Dolinhen • Talan Fanuidhol • Talan Gwilith • Talan Haldir • Talan Mallelas • Talan Orthelian • Talan Revail • Talan Tirith • Torech Aewen • Uruk-gashan|
|Regions of Rhovanion|
|East Rohan • The Great River • Lothlórien • Mirkwood • Moria • West Rohan (Entwood) • Wildermore|