North Trollshaws

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Areas-icon.png North Trollshaws
Region: The Trollshaws
Dungeon(s): Laenan
Thingroth
Torogrod
Landmark(s): Barad Remmellad
Gladdalf
Ost Belegram
The Stone-trolls' Glade
Trapdoor Lair
The Wovenvales
Connecting
Area(s):
South Trollshaws
Nan Tornaeth
Levels: Mainly 35
Resource tier: Artisan
North Trollshaws.jpg



The North Trollshaws is an area within The Trollshaws, in the north-western part of the region.

This area is characterized by its many canyons and ridges punctuated by crumbling Arnorien ruins and thick pine trees. A wide array of vile creatures make their home here, from vicious spiders to corrupted wood-trolls to brutish stone-trolls. The high number and strength of these creatures suggest that adventurers should bring a fellowship or exercise extreme caution while travelling to these hills and ravines. There are a few passagesinto this area, the western from South Trollshaws, just east of Ost Dúrgonn, and a few from Nan Tornaeth.

To the south-east, nestled deep within the hills and valleys, is the Stone-trolls' Glade, where still today the trolls that Gandalf tricked into stone statues stand just as they did when Bilbo Baggins and his dwarven friends left them behind. More to the north a lone elf, Thoroniel, keeps a worried eye over the aggravated wild-life.



Landmarks

Barad Remellad

These landmarks are located within North Trollshaws:

Public Dungeons

NPCs

ElfF.png Thoroniel

Destination Region Cost Prerequisites
The Trollshaws
Barachen's Camp (Swift) The Trollshaws 25 Silver 


Quests

Gladdalf
The Stone-trolls' Glade

See "starting quests" as well as each location for more quest
Starting:

Repeatable:

Involving:


Mobs

Trapdoor Lair

The following creatures are found within this area:


Maps

Click for larger image Topographic map of the Trollshaws

Gallery

The passage into the North Trollshaws Ruins overlooking the northern gorges Thoroniel's camp near the Wovenvales A ruined gazebo on a ridge in the North Trollshaws The pine forests of the North Trollshaws