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finnehas / Jul 18, 2017

Suilad, mellon! Our RP arc has brought us to Barad Morlas in Eregion and paused there for summer as players have scattered for holidays. Mordor is likely to keep higher levels and returning veterans busy through August, too. Such are the seasons, ...

finnehas / May 23, 2017

[Thanks to Cirdoliel, Eadirin and Taurithon for this RP, which took place over two Sundays, 10AM server time. A lower-level-friendly RP zone stood in for the actual setting: the feral, ruin-dotted Sirannon plain in Eregion, where the Eldar descend...

finnehas / May 20, 2017

... but dead halflings may :)[Thank you to Cirdoliel and Eadirin for this RP. We continued to remain on a map friendly to lower levels while progressing with our arc set in Eregion.]They retrieve the body after its steep drop, moving deftly under ...

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by finnehas on Apr 08, 2016 at 05:14 AM
Brethilimbar is a small community of elves in east Lindon, dwelling in the birch woods of the valley of the Lune. From this haven through the wide lands of Eriador, to Imladris and beyond, the kindred of Brethilimbar defy the servants of the Enemy and keep open the ways that lead to the sea, aiding all who stand against the darkness. We seek to gather elvenfolk of similar inclination to aid in this work, as well as in preserving the tales and songs of the Eldar who take ship into the West.

We are just getting started again as a rank-10 Elvish roleplay kindred looking to support events and roleplay throughout Eriador, as well as mutually help members through questing and crafting. We wish to make a lore-respecting, immersive environment for all players.

Kinship chat is OOC but we hope that you will enjoy interacting with others as your character, at kin gatherings and in public locations in-game. For players interested in the elven tongue, there are links to helpful Sindarin resources, but this is by no means a requirement. Similarly, you will find support for understanding the intricacies of Tolkien’s Elvish races and cultures, but please do not be discouraged if you have no intention of ever picking up The Silmarillion — a spirit of interest and respect for Tolkien's lore is all that's needed.


Read more about Brethilimbar na Lhûn from the old website.