Durin's Folk

Standing guard

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Eirulisse, ever the vigilant Hammer, kept herself busy for most of the evening by scouring the countryside for the stray half orcs that might still be around. Meanwhile, the dwarves and the bigger part of the company partook in the exchange of knowledge, wisdom and merriment, in the form of song, poetry and a game of die. Eirulisse joined them at the last moment, having decided that the orcs would not attack after all, and lost her knife in the process. Such is luck, a fickle flame to go out in a flash.

Safe passage?

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After some tentative deliberation (some arrows were hastily gathered after having completely by accident, surely, nervously escaped its owners crossbow) it was decided that Celephindir and his group of merry Eldar would accompany the dwarves on their journey from Gwingris to Eregion.

Meanwhile in Imladris... Eh, Eregion

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News had crossed their paths that some of Durin's Folk might be crossing into Eregion. Celephindir, who had recently returned to the valley, quickly gathered able bodied warriors to seek them out, on the behest of lord Tindir.

The wolf of my dreams

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Ealfin paced around at the stable of Aldburg, his legs restless and his mind the same, for the arrival of our mutual friend Cwendur and his horse Fale had put us both on edge. We had a mission to complete, on direct order by lord Tiubar. A large shipment of undisclosed worth and size was to be transported from Floodwend to Grimslade. A tall order and a lengthy journey at the best of times, while not escorting heavy work-horses towing slow carts behind them.

The Moon of the North, Pt. I - "The Wolves of Snow"

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The Moon of the North

Part I
"The Wolves of Snow"

Riches in the East Wall

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Story

The following is a brief summary of some of the events that transpired between the kinships of Durin's Folk and Men of the Mark in recent times, as seen and chronicled from the perspective of Rohan and its people.

Dwarves In The Norcrofts

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A Son of Two Houses

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Diary

I have not talked much about my mother. In fact not about any female relative thus far. I prefer to keep their names a secret, like it is custom for our folk to do, but it is no secret that our family bloodline hasn't born any she-dwarves in almost an age. Those female dwarves that we reckoned to be part of the family all were dwarf lasses from other family's or even other Houses!

The Little Battle of the Five Armies

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The day of reckoning had finally come. The journey had been long. The blood of Westernesse had spilt the soil and sons were lost. 

The lust for vengeance wrung Thorontir's heart as he led the force he had assembled. A vengeance forged in the blood of his kinsfolk and friends. He wore a second rayed star on his chest, unlike his own not burdened with the years of grime, but with the blood of a young man that lingered in his mind though it had long since been washed away.

The Longbeard Engineering Corps Conditions of Service - contract 514.4 of the year 3019 T.A

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Official Document

A dwarf knocked on the door, three loud bangs. 

"Maiden Ynel, an urgent letter of the The Longbeard Engineering Corps.... Conditions of Service!" he said in a hurry, "Master Kandral expects word from you at your earliest convenience!".

As soon as Ynel opened the door the thick scroll was pushed into her hands and before she could say anything the dwarf was off again.

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