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Inhabitants of Middle Earth: Men of Bree-land

Within the heart of Eriador lies a quiet land of rolling hills and simple folk. To the untrained eye, Bree-land appears as an unremarkable patch of land, overshadowed by the grandeur of Middle-earth's renowned realms. Yet, to the perceptive traveler, this unassuming region reveals a tapestry woven by the men of Bree-land, an enigmatic community steeped in history and mystery...

Legend ~ The Walking Tree

"Queer things you do hear these days, to be sure,” a young gardener was overheard in the Green Dragon one evening, muttering rumors the likes of fairytales to his friends and neighbors. “What about these Tree-men? They do say that one bigger than a tree was seen up away beyond the North Moors not long back.”

Lost Lore ~ Royal Ancestry

It’s been one year since High King Elessar and High Queen Arwen Undómiel were wed!

Join me for a little history lesson on the ancestry of the royal couple...

Lost Lore ~ The Curse of Wyrgende

"What can you tell me about this stone?"

"This is the Stone of Wyrgende, and it is a place of sorrow for the people of Rohan..."

The Stonecrop Herald Issue 3: Another Interview

This month we have an interview with Master Barkgrim Flameturg of The Blue Mountains Regiment! Here is all you need to know about the Dwarves. Also, don't forget that it's Spring, less rains and more warmth is coming!

The Turn of the New Year

It's New Years Eve in Bree-land! This calls for a party at the Prancing Pony, to celebrate the ending of the past year and the start of the new one. A young woman sits and reflects as revelers party around her, on the past, present and future.

The Stonecrop Herald Issue 2: An interview

Yule is almost here and this month we have an interview with miss Lina Willowwood, co-host of the Green Dragon Friday Nights!

Legend ~ The Last Prince

“I'm terribly worried about her…” The hobbit muttered as he huddled near the fire under the eaves of the Old Forest. “You see, she’d been going on about ‘The Last Prince,’ one of Mr. Butterbur’s tales. It’s one of his better ones...but I’d say the tale isn’t quite the truth of it.”

The Stonecrop Herald: Issue 1

News from around the Shire and soon all the world.



Gazetteer of Middle-earth, Chapter 1: Introduction

In this introductory chapter of her Gazetteer of Middle-earth, Galhdi explains her reasons for compiling this work, to provide a guide for the traveler that as yet no one else has gathered into a single volume. She sets out her plans for documenting one small part of Middle-earth in detail on each page of the tome.