Dunedain

Stories of the North

Author: 
Wrote and preserved by Cerchennil

Endless stories can be heard in the North, from rangers that defend Annúminas in Echad Garthadir, or the healers in Esteldin. If you can find and befriend a ranger, you can hear their tale and learn of them.

Northdowns: Wayward Ranger Pt.2 Found

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

Torchanar paused in his stride, sniffing the crisp winter air. It was faint, so very faint that he thought it might be a trick of his senses. Parting his lips, he inhaled deeply, using the trick to increase the sensitivity of smell. There it was. A trace of the odor of burning. It might have been missed by orc or ordinary men, but Torchanar was Dunedain and his senses well tuned to the natural world.

No Aid

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

The sun had traveled past its noon mark when Lhachiel passed the first stones of the ruins. Her arrival had hailed some isolated warm greetings, yet predominantly raised eyebrows, the latter among those who had only heard, not ever crossed path with her. The sight of a woman bearing arms as readily as the men congregated within these ruins, was an unusual one, and Lhachiel was all too aware of this while trying not to show any signs of unease.

A curious clasp

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Diary

Aelthrandir sat by the fire stripping the bark from the length of branch he had cut to roast a coney, which lay skinned and gutted beside him. The evening was drawing in and a chill was in the air.

The North in Sight

An assembly of adventures drawn from the current campaign and weekly events for Eyes of the North. The following stories detail the thoughts and experiences of the rangers and their allies in an uphill battle facing a mysterious and cruel new enemy. 

New Journal, Entry Five - Tragedy Averted

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Diary

Word reached me today that Oaksford and his band of companions have passed Lake Evendim unscathed. 

I'm surprised their passing came to be without troubles for all the wicked intentions of these would-be lawmen. I do not know whether senses finally reached them or if my allies were able to dissuade them from any action before it was too late. It does not matter to me now, what I know is that peace has been maintained. 

The Way of The Fornenar

Author: 
This chronicle is supervised by Lothorethiel

This chronicle is recorded to help the others better understand the character and the way of acting to particular situations of The Fornenar. 

-Part Six: It is time

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

Amdarath and Galrondor were standing near the bridge in Meluinen, looking at the map, making notes and routes on it.

-We will get here and raid them, their force doesnt''seem too strong but looks can be deceiving. said the Ranger to the Elf, Galrondor replied and drew two lines left and right of their destination.

-Part Five: An impending attack

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

His silent steps took him close to an abandoned farm and he stood next to the wooden wall of the house, motionless, listening to the wind which was blowing softly into Kingsfell, the sun was setting and the sound of a cow was heard from afar. The Elf lifted his head a little to listen even more carefully and then suddenly and with three quick steps he grabbed the ledge of the roof of the house with his right hand and leaped up, landing on the roof and kneeling on it, that moment a group of men passed near the house.

The Forlorn Ranger

Author: 
The sole author of these collected documents and notes is Luithrandir

"The tales of a Ranger, his duties, his oath and endless watch."
 

 

 

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