Middle-earth


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Middle-earth

an old-fashioned name for “world”: scene of J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasies. [Br. Lit.: The Hobbit; The Lord of the Rings]
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Here on Middle-earth, the closest major artform of the twentieth century that approaches Faerian Drama is film.
From the picturesque surroundings of the Shire to Moria, the most fearsome underground realm ever imagined, players will soon experience the world of Middle-earth for free
Passing through opulent Middle-earth worlds, mystical sound effects and sound bites highlight the transitions through the interactive screens and the sinister eye of the Dark Lord Sauron appears as a bad omen, evoking evil forces that are eclipsing Middle-earth.
The Shire is isolated from the rest of Middle-earth by the nearly uncrossable Brandywine River, just as England is separated from mainland Europe by the Channel.
Restored scenes include a closer look at the Hobbits' lives in Hobbiton, sightings of ethereal Elves leaving Middle-earth, more terror in the mines of Moria, Aragorn singing an ancient ballad of the love between a mortal King and an Elf Queen, Aragorn visiting his mother's grave, his wrenching departure from Rivendell and a gift-giving scene in Lothlorien when Gimli asks Galadriel for a lock of her hair.
Exploring unseen lands, story elements and characters from Middle-earth as well as elements familiar from past feature films, gamers will experience extensive character customization and development, expansive co-op gameplay options and upgradeable weapons, skills and special abilities.
Legions of fans have been waiting in great anticipation for the opportunity to start their adventure in Middle-earth and as of today, the wait is over
We decided to launch the World Tour of Middle-earth because of the overwhelming demand from players to get into the closed beta," said Jeffrey Anderson, President and CEO of Turbine, Inc.
The Lord of the Rings[TM], The Battle for Middle-earth[TM] II, The Rise of the Witch-king (rated T) - Expanding on every feature found in The Lord of the Rings, The Battle for Middle-earth II as well as boasting entirely new content.
Calculates the likely population of Orcs in Middle-earth at various times based on Tolkien's use of the military terms host, army, and legion.
THE release of the new Middle-earth movie, The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies, is once again expected to boost tourism in New Zealand.