Pelargir (King's Gondor)

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This page is about Pelargir in King's Gondor. For Pelargir in Central Gondor, see Pelargir. For the faction, see Pelargir (Faction)
Region: King's Gondor
Area: Upper Lebennin (King's Gondor)
Location: [82.8S, 31.7W]


Pelargir is a settlement located within the area of Upper Lebennin in King's Gondor[82.8S, 31.7W] and hosts the reputation The Renewal of Gondor.

The port city of Pelargir was the site of the pivotal battle against the Corsairs of Umbar during the War of the Ring, when Aragorn commanded the Army of the Dead to seize their ships. Balakhôr the Scourge met his end aboard his grand vessel, the Night-jewel, and it is hoped his death will spell the end of the threat posed by the Heirs of Castamir.

The Gondorian fleet is in shambles following the War of the Ring, and it will be the task of Sirgon, Lord of Lebennin, to rebuild the kingdom's ships and sea-power as quickly as possible. To that end, the city of Pelargir is filled with the sound of hammers and axes at all hours of the day and night.

Pelargir: is divided by the river Sirith:


The following services can be found within Pelargir:







The following deeds can be advanced by visiting this place:


The Song of Waves and Wind


See "list of NPCs" within the area


The following creatures are found within this area:


The Haven of Pelargir (Garth of Royal Ships) is by far the oldest permanent settlement in Gondor. Like its sister city, Umbar, it was founded by men of Westernesse in the mists of Second Age. Together they have a long and irreconcilable history of contest, and occasionally, war. Umbar is older, more venerable and strategically situated in the nexus of southern trade lines; a former bastion of King's Men (Ad. Arûwânai). Pelargir is her stronger and more populous little sister, mother colony of the Faithful (Elendili, ad. Nimruzîri). Even when both havens have been ruled by a common dynasty (933-1448), their life has been one of fierce competition and civic pride. The history of southern Gondor begins and ends with Pelargir. Not only is Pelargir the greatest haven of the South-kingdom; it also enjoys the distinction of having been the first among all the dwellings of the Dúnedain to have received the authority under Númenórean law to conduct its affairs according to the precepts and ideals of the Faithful. Finally, apart from the temporal power of its leaders, the walls of Pelargir enshrine one of the hallowed places of Gondor: the fabled Well of Ulmo, Lord of the Deeps.


The city map