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The easternmost of Arnor’s three successor states, Rhudaur was the poorest and most lawless. Hard against the realm of Angmar on its own northern marches, it became a battleground between Arthedain, Cardolan and the forces of the Witch-king. Its original Dunedain rulers were ousted by renegades and the land became a patchwork of factions and petty states, some in alliance with Angmar and some with the Dunedain kingdoms. This strife-torn land attracted many mercenaries and soldiers of fortune, hiring out their services to whoever promised the best rewards.
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Lying south of the White mountains of Gondor, Lamedon was a poor but strategically important province during the War of the Ring. Its lord, Angbor, played a pivotal role in the kingdom's defence. His meagre forces protected Gondor's southern flank by engaging the Corsair landing parties at the mouth of the Gilrain river, until relief arrived in the form of Aragorn and the army of the dead. Unlike most others Angbor held his nerve when confronted by Aragorn's terrifying allies. After the Corsair threat had been neutralized Angbor gathered his forces and went on to aid in the defence of Minas Tirith.
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Roäc the raven, gave great service to his ally Thorin Oakenshield, when the latter and his Dwarven companions were besieged in the ancient stronghold of Erebor shortly before the Battle of the Five Armies™.
Like his father, Carc before him, Roäc was a great friend to the Dwarves and provided them with valuable intelligence.
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The last steward of Gondor to serve under a king, Vorondil was renowned above all as a great hunter. His hunting prowess was legendary and he led expeditions even as far as the plains of Rhun in search of the wild kine of that land. His son Mardil became the first of the ruling stewards of Gondor. Vorondil bore a great hunting horn which, after him, was passed down from all the future ruling stewards to their eldest sons.
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Golasgil was lord of Anfalas, the largest and probably the poorest province of Gondor. He came to the defence of Minas Tirith before the battle of the Pelennor fields and his retinue reflected the poverty of his province, being, for the most part poorly equipped fishermen and hunters.
This 32mm scale mounted metal miniature is primed but will require some assembly.
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Eldacar was the twenty-first King of Gondor and Castamir was the twenty-second King of Gondor. Eldacar was unjustly deposed as the ruler of Gondor and fled to Rhovanion. Later, with an army, he returned and slew the cruel usurper, Castamir, and reclaimed the throne.
This 32mm scale set of two metal miniatures are primed but will require some assembly.
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Lossarnach was the wealthiest province of Gondor and the kingdom’s best recruiting ground. Forlong the old, irreverently known as "the Fat” among his people, was one of the great lords of the province and like his troops, is clad in a coat of fine chainmail, with a decorated Gondorian helmet. Forlong took part, with his small contingent of heavy troops in the battle of the Pelennor fields but was cut down by a group of Easterlings.