Rhunenlad

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Area.png Rhunenlad
Region: The North Downs
Levels: Mainly 30 - 34
Resource tier: Expert
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Rhunenlad is an area within The North Downs in the eastern region.

East of the Kingsfell mountains lies Rhunenlad, partly covered by forest and partly hillocks and comprising the Angmarian way running through the northern Nan Amlug East to Dol Dínen in the south. At its utmost north-western corner is found the secret and narrow mountain pass to Esteldín. In Rhunenlad huge but harmless hoar-mantles are roaming, herded by violent Rauta-lehmä giants yet unharmed by the nearby goblins and wargs. Cautious hunters find this area rich of meat and hide.

In a mountain pocket to the south-west this area provides a Camp Site Fire that mainly serves the warriors aiming at Dol Dínen and its orc camps; that aside nothing noteworthy is found within this area except for its creatures.


Services

NPCs

NPC Function Coords
HumanM.png Elúr Quest [10.4S, 38.9W]
HumanM.png Melthindir Quest [10.2S, 38.2W]


Quests

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Mobs

The following creatures are found within this area:


Maps

Map of The North Downs


Lore

The name Rhunenlad is Sindaring for "Eastern Valley" ... the direction seen from Esteldín and the old Arnorian kingdom.




Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of The North Downs
Settlements: EsteldínTreasure Hunters' CampLin GiliathOthrikarTrestlebridge
Areas: AnnúndirDol DínenFields of FornostFornostGreenwayKingsfellMeluinenNan Amlug EastNan Amlug WestNan WathrenRhunenladTaur Gonwaith
Landmarks: Amlaith's ScarAmon AmrûnAmon RaithBarad EithelBarad HarnBarad NarthanDol NendírEtten CavesThe Evendim GateFalconer's TowerFashat LaugGatson's FarmGatson's South FieldsGlírostGurzlumHaudh EglanHîgroporHîsukHrizgurKamskutKar LakMerenostMinas VrûnMincham's CampNan Wathren Eastern PassNan Wathren Western PassNathan Hodge's FarmNorbury GatesOst CrithlancOst GalumarOst LagorosOst NuaranRusfoldSkirmish CampThe SnaresStoneheightTham LornThurûmTrestlebridge GateThe TrestlespanTûmatWilliam Peake's Farm