Rhovanion is a land in the east of Middle-Earth. This land is composed of many regions, which are described below. Rhovanion reaches from The Misty Mountains in the west to the far lands of Rhûn in the east.
For a summary of levels, see Regional Quests, a page which also indicates the main level of creatures and mobs.
- See East Rohan for more details
Eastern Rohan, also referred to as Eastemnet, contains the eastern plains of the kingdom of Rohan.
- Level: 75-85
- Factions: Men of the Entwash Vale, Men of the Norcrofts, Men of the Sutcrofts & Men of the Wold
- Introduced: The Lord of the Rings Online: Riders of Rohan, Riders of Rohan. Update 8, Riders of Rohan - October 15, 2012
- Quest Pack: Quest Pack: Rohan
- See Entwood for more details
The Entwood is an area of Fangorn Forest near West Rohan. It becomes accessible after the Battle of the Hornburg.
- Level: 95
- Reputation Factions: The Ents of Fangorn Forest
- Introduced: Update 13: The Breaking of Isengard, April 2014
|Settlements and Landmarks of Entwood|
|Landmarks:||The Easeful Mead • Wellinghall|
- This page is about The Great River, the region between Lothlórien and Rohan. For the river, see Anduin. For other uses, see Anduin (disambiguation).
- See The Great River for more details
The shores of Great River, known as the mighty Anduin in Sindarin, touch many different lands. It flows from the Grey and Misty Mountains in far north, between Lothlórien and Mirkwood, through the Argonath into West Rohan and onto Gondor, before emptying into Belegaer, the Great Sea to the South. The signs of war lie along the shores of the Great River as Isengard and Barad-dûr put their dark plans into motion. Assist the Sentinels of Lothlórien in patrolling their southern boarders, seek out Galadriel’s wisdom and confront ancient enemies of Rohan, the Easterlings, as they gather for an attack on Rohan and Lórien.
- Level: 70-75
- Factions: The Riders of Stangard & Heroes of Limlight Gorge
- Introduced: Update 6: Shores of the Great River, March 2012.
- Quest Pack: Quest Pack:Great River
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of The Great River|
|Settlements:||Aculf's Camp • Etheburg • Haldirith • Parth Celebrant • Stangard • The Cuthstan|
|Areas:||Brown Lands • Eorlsmead • Limlight Gorge • Parth Celebrant • Rushgore • Thinglad • Wailing Hills|
|Landmarks:|| Thinglad: Foul-maw's Den • Hîs-urdan • The Old Burrows • Ûngund|
Eorlsmead: Abandoned Farm • The Fetid Caves • Eorlsmead Tower • The Teeming Nest
- See Lothlórien for more details
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.
|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|
- See Mirkwood for more details
Southern Mirkwood is a region in the land of Rhovanion. It encompasses the forest from the eastern shores of the Anduin to the dreaded fortress of Dol Guldur. When you first arrive in Mirkwood, you will be launched into a public instance. You will enter the normal Mirkwood when you finish an instance concerning the assault on the gates leading to the Dourstocks. You need to complete six foreword epic quests (from Book 9) to unlock the instance.
- See Moria for more details
Moria (Sindarin for "Black Chasm") was the name given by the Eldar to an enormous underground complex in north-western Middle-earth, comprising a vast network of tunnels, chambers, mines and huge halls or 'mansions', that ran under and ultimately through the Misty Mountains. There, for many thousands of years, lived the Dwarf clan known as the Longbeards. The city and one-time centre of dwarven industry was also called Hadhodrond by the Sindar, Casarrondo by the Noldor and Phurunargian in the Common Speech, all meaning the Dwarrowdelf. For over a thousand years of the Third Age it was widely known as Moria, "Black Chasm" or "Black Pit", from Sindarin mor="black" and iâ="void, abyss, pit". It is located in Rhovanion, adjacent to Eregion and Lothlórien.
- Level: 50-60
- Factions: Iron Garrison Guards and Iron Garrison Miners
- Introduced: Mines of Moria Expansion, February 2009.
|Areas of Moria|
|Durin's Way • The Flaming Deeps • The Foundations of Stone • The Great Delving • Nud-melek • The Redhorn Lodes • The Silvertine Lodes • The Water-works • Zelem-melek • Zirak-zigil|
- See West Rohan for more details
- Level: 85-95
- Reputation Factions: The Eorlingas, The Helmingas and The Ents of Fangorn Forest
- Introduced: Helm's Deep Expansion, November 2013
- Quest Pack: Expansion: Helm's Deep
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of West Rohan|
|Settlements:||Aldburg • Beaconwatch • Brockbridge • Edoras • Entwade • Fenmarch • Gapholt • Grimslade • Helm's Deep • Middlemead • Oserley • Stoke • Tordag's Camp • Underharrow • Woodhurst • Derndingle|
|Areas:||Broadacres • Eastfold • Kingstead • Stonedeans • Westfold • Entwood|
|Landmarks:|| Kingstead: Dark Door • Dimholt • Dunharrow • Bosa's Farm • Folcbur's Homestead • Gurz-shâpol • Harrowdale • Meduseld • Pendlac's Farm • Upbourn|
Eastfold: Everholt • Folde Farm • Gris-shâtroful • Dorr-shâtroful
- See Wildermore for more details
- Levels: 85
- Factions: People of Wildermore and Survivors of Wildermore
- Introduced: Update 11: Treachery of the White Hand, May 2013
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of Wildermore|
|Settlements:||Byre Tor • Dunfast • Forlaw • Scylfig|
|Areas:||Balewood • The Fallows • High Knolls • Whitshaws • Writhendowns|
|Landmarks:||Cerdic's Camp • Cuthbald's Farm • Dunfast's Refugees • Drû Vádokan • Edsig's Farm • Fishermen's Camp • Fishermen's Hut • Fiskworth • Fushaum-dorám • Gárferth's Farm • Gárnoth's Farm • Gársig's Farm • Grimnesberg • Hidden Cave • Hungry Paths • The Ice-spires at Dunfast • Iothete's Hideaway • Kadar-golnauk • Leaflock's Mead • Lonely Height • Lornsettle • The Northern Ice-spires • Núrzum's Wrath • The Southern Ice-spires • Steaping Cave • Stonecliff • Thrymm Red-beard's Camp • Thrymm's Farm • The Western Ice-spires|
|Lands of Middle-earth|
|Eriador • Gondor • Rhovanion • Mordor|
|Regions of Rhovanion|
|East Rohan (Wildermore) • The Great River • Lothlórien • Mirkwood • Moria • West Rohan (Entwood) • Vales of Anduin|