The Stone-trolls' Glade

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The Stone-trolls' Glade
Type: Petrified Trolls
Region: Trollshaws
Area: North Trollshaws
Location: [31.2S, 18.2W]
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The Stone-trolls' Glade is a point of interest within North Trollshaws, in the Trollshaws. [31.2S, 18.2W]

Located in a narrow passage between Nan Tornaeth and North Trollshaws, curious visitors may yet today find the remains of Bert, Tom and Bill, who Gandalf turned to stone. This is the place where Bilbo Baggins and his dwarven friends were kept in sacks by the stone trolls. However, Gandalf tricked them into arguing until dawn, when they turned to stone statues by the light of day. This is the true tale as told in The Hobbit and took place about 77 years ago.




The following creatures are found within this area:


A strange door carved in stone near the glade Thick vegetation keeps the glade secluded