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- The lowland regions of Mordor
|:: The content of this section is based upon the Official Lore Entry in the LOTRO Lorebook (no longer on-line).|Location: The eastern and southern regions of the land of Mordor. Pronunciation: Something close to 'noorn' Meaning: Perhaps 'Sad (Land)'
The name given to the southern regions of Mordor, more fertile than Gorgoroth in the north, in which the great inland Sea of Núrnen lay.
A map of Mordor showing Nurn in the center
Nurn is not currently announced to be added to the game.
- This interpretation is based on 'Sad Water' as a translation for the (presumably related) name Núrnen. Alternatively, there may be a connection with the root nu-, 'below, underneath', contrasting the lowlands of Nurn with the highland region of Gorgoroth.
- This description of Nurn is taken from the Official Lore Entry in the LOTRO Lorebook (no longer on-line).
- Note that the area is currently (as of Update 23) not accessible in-game.
|Regions within the Land of Unannounced Lands
|Andrast • Anfalas • The Barding-lands • Dorwinion • Drúwaith Iaur • East Bight • Emyn Beraid • Emyn Muil • Eryn Vorn • Ettendales • Far Downs • The Fields of Celduin • Forodwaith • Grey Havens (Mithlond) • Harad (Far Harad, Near Harad) • Himling • Khand • Lindon (Forlindon (Forlond), Harlindon (Harlond)) • Lithlad • Middle Mirkwood • Minhiriath • The Narrows • Nindalf • Northern Ered Luin • Nurn • Pinnath Gelin • Rhudaur • Rhûn • Southern Enedwaith (Lond Daer) • Southern Gondor (Harondor) • Southfarthing of the Shire • Tolfalas • Tower Hills • West-march • Western Enedwaith|