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Region: Ered Luin
Area: Low Lands
Location: [20.3S, 97.0W]

Gondamon (Sindarin for Stone-hill) is a settlement located within the Low Lands of Ered Luin. [20.3S, 97.0W]

Gondamon lies along the main road through Ered Luin. Recently goblins from southern Rath Teraig, and Dourhands from the north (who to this day are loyal to Skorgrím), have made the residents troubled; Least of all to mention the sudden tension between elves and peaceful dwarves. Needless to say, there is much work to be found in the dwarf-town.

Gondamon affords visitors a great assortment of services, vendors, trainers, and crafting facilities. Services are split on three main sections: the crafting area by the northern wall at the ground floor; the upper main faire with vendors and class trainers; and the top floor with some quest givers.


Crafting Area



Destination Region Cost Prereqs
Ered Luin
Duillond Ered Luin 1 Silver 
Noglond Ered Luin 1 Silver 
Thorin's Gate Ered Luin 1 Silver 
Thrasi's Lodge Ered Luin 1 Silver 
Destination Region Cost Prerequisites
Annâk-khurfu (War Room) (Swift) Elderslade 1 Silver 
Akrâz-zahar (Swift) Erebor 1 Silver 
Steepset (Hall of Vérnozal) (Swift) Gundabad 1 Silver 
Trestlebridge Gate (West) (Swift) North Downs 1 Silver 


The following deeds can be advanced by visiting this location:




"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." — Deed
Both Noglond and Gondamon were once Elven holdings in the days of Edhelion, but was abandoned and fell into ruin when the Elves of Refuge of Edhelion fled for Duillond after Skorgrím Dourhand's treacherous assault. The dwarves later rebuilt the stronghold to their liking. The dwarf-exiles of the Lonely Mountain rebuilt them, under the leadership of Thráin and Thorin, and the Elves of Duillond welcomed them to the mountains. In these evil days, the guards of Noglond and Gondamon must be ever-vigilant against the return of the treacherous Dourhands and goblins out of the north. — Lorebook