Places of the Dwarves

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Explore the places and settlements held by the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains.

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This courtyard was named after the brother of the great Thorin Oakenshield. It leads to the entrance of Thorin's Hall to the north.
Thráin, Thorin's father, named the gates of these halls after his eldest son, Thorin Oakenshield, long before the city itself was known as Thorin's Hall.
The Silver Deep is a hall that was abandoned long ago before it was completed. The discovery of ancient Elf-ruins and a troll prompted Thorin and Gandalf the Grey to seal it off.
The way-station of Noglond serves as a provisioners' outpost and resting place for merchants and weary travellers.
The fortress of Gondamon was once an Elven fortress, abandoned when the Elves of Edhelion abandoned their former refuge for Duillond, after Skorgrím Dourhand's treacherous assault. The dwarves rebuilt the stronghold to their liking.


  LOTRO Point-icon.png 5 LOTRO Points
  30Mark-icon.png Mark
  Virtue Experience-icon.png Virtue Experience: +2000
  Reputation-icon.png Increased Reputation with Thorin's Hall (Reputation) ( 500 )

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