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WA Delegate: The Elven Realm of March of Maedhros (elected )

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Home is behind, the world ahead, and there are many paths to tread.
Through shadows to the edge of night, until the stars are all alight.

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"To the Sea, to the Sea! The white gulls are crying,
The wind is blowing, and the white foam is flying.
West, west away, the round sun is falling."

Legolas, ROTK

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Embassies: Minas Tirith, Hell, Lothlorien, 10000 Islands, Mordor, The Shire, gondor, and The Orthanc.

Tags: Casual, Fandom, Featured, Founderless, Large, and Multi-Species.

Regional Power: High

Middle Earth contains 86 nations, the 168th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Least Corrupt Governments in Middle Earth

World Census agents tempted government officials with financial and other inducements to bend the rules and recorded how often their proposals were declined.

As a region, Middle Earth is ranked 20,581st in the world for Least Corrupt Governments.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Humanist Geniocracy of RyfinLeft-wing Utopia“arod fael ar lain”
2.The Disputed Territories of Dagor DagorathNew York Times Democracy“Last Battle and Day of Doom”
3.The Protectorate of TulkasNew York Times Democracy“Tulkas the Strong, Champion of Valinor”
4.The King Under the Mountain of Neo DragonCivil Rights Lovefest“Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons.”
5.The Noldorin Kingdom of Dor CaranthirCivil Rights Lovefest“Receive the friendship of the Eldar”
6.The Queendom of Sophia AstrumInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Divinum Feminine”
7.The Republic of NoldoriaCivil Rights Lovefest“It is our weaknesses that make us strong”
8.The Republic of Girdle of MelianDemocratic Socialists“Ed' i'ear ar' elenea!”
9.The Kingdom of CheoqueAnarchy“Enter Sandman”
10.The Matriarchy of Lobelia Sackville-BagginsAnarchy“Still clutching her umbrella”
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Greetings from Velossa, land of the mad gods.

I would pledge my umbrella in an Allance against loutish ruffians.

Flaming swords... flaming swords everywhere. Game of Thrones copied and raped it. There is only one flaming sword, and its place is in LOTR!

In the poll, Rohan gets my vote for its landscape of grassy hills with dramatic mountain backdrop and cultural aesthetics, but minus the patriarchy.

Lady Eowyn wrote:In the poll, Rohan gets my vote for its landscape of grassy hills with dramatic mountain backdrop and cultural aesthetics, but minus the patriarchy.

You mean women should've defend Helms Deep alongside men and not hide in the caves? Or ride into 200,000 orcs to help Gondor?

Hard to rank Middle Earth regions by importance, beauty or personal interest! I would like to visit Rhun, its tribes, empire and vast steppes, then Forodwaith to check if anything's there.
Eriador looks like a copy of Beleriand - mini world for itself, enclosed by winter in the north, sea in the south, and mountains from the east and west. It has elvish realms, men kingdoms, dwarven strongholds, trolls in its forests, orcs in the mountains(and steppes), though i don't like barrow wights.
I guess if i had to pick one, I'd pick Beleriand maybe, just because it is ancient without much details like TA, and then lost forever. Sorry for the double-post!

Tolkein movie is out today.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=32&v=9gsM_pBYuR4

Lady Eowyn wrote:In the poll, Rohan gets my vote for its landscape of grassy hills with dramatic mountain backdrop and cultural aesthetics, but minus the patriarchy.

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I am torn between Beleriand and Rhovanion.

I voted for Rhovanion because I first fell in love with Middle Earth when I read The Hobbit along with my older brother's English Literature class.

Also, because even though The Silmarillion is my favorite book and Beleriand had a lot more going for it, Beleriand didn't exactly have a lot of staying power, did it?

Ryfin wrote:I voted for Rhovanion because I first fell in love with Middle Earth when I read The Hobbit along with my older brother's English Literature class.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rayner_Unwin

'Bilbo Baggins was a Hobbit who lived in his Hobbit hole and never went for adventures, at last Gandalf the wizard and his Dwarves persuaded him to go. He had a very exiting (sic) time fighting goblins and wargs. At last they get to the lonely mountain; Smaug, the dragon who guards it is killed and after a terrific battle with the goblins he returned home — rich! This book, with the help of maps, does not need any illustrations it is good and should appeal to all children between the ages of 5 and 9.'

From 10 year old Rayner Unwin's first review to English Literature class - it's come a long way. <:D

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