Region

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Middle-earth: Starter Area, Lands, Regions, Areas, Settlements, Landmarks, Maps
A map of Middle-earth.

The lands of Middle-earth are divided into Regions.

  • Currently the four accessible lands in Lord of the Rings Online are the western plains of Eriador, the wilderness of Rhovanion, the kingdom of Gondor, and the wasteland of Mordor.
  • Regions are marked in large text on the Land maps of Eriador, Rhovanion, Gondor, and Mordor - selectable areas to drill down in the in-game map. However, if zooming back out (right click) does not take you directly the Land map, then it is not a Region as defined here.
  • Each region has its own dedicated map showing the areas, settlements and landmarks within its borders.


Lands of Middle-earth
EriadorGondorRhovanionMordor


A map of Eriador.

Eriador

The 14 regions of Eriador are:


Regions of Eriador
AngmarBree-landDunland (Gap of RohanNan Curunír) • EnedwaithEred LuinEregionEttenmoorsEvendimForochelThe Lone-landsThe Misty MountainsThe North DownsThe ShireThe Trollshaws
A map of Rhovanion.

Rhovanion

The 7 regions of Rhovanion are:


Regions of Rhovanion
East Rohan (Wildermore) • The Great RiverLothlórienMirkwoodMoriaWest Rohan (Entwood) • Vales of Anduin
A map of Gondor.

Gondor

The 6 regions of Gondor are:


Regions of Gondor
Central Gondor • (The Dead Marshes) • Eastern GondorOld AnórienWestern GondorFar Anórien
A map of Mordor.

Mordor

The 3 regions of Mordor are:


Regions of Mordor - not the expansion
March of the KingNorth IthilienThe Wastes
Regions of Mordor - The Expansion
Gorgoroth