Tolkien's Universe Quiz #3

J.R.R. Tolkien arguably created the most expansive fictional universe in the history of literature - but what do you know?
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"Tolkien's Universe" refers to his three major works; The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion
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Last updated: January 19, 2015
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An Elvish word for Middle-earth
During the Battle of the Pelennor fields, corsairs form here sailed to assualt Gondor
The Steward who rebuilt Minas Tirith's White Tower
Ecthelion I
The son of Belladonna Took
Bilbo Baggins
The Vala who created the Two Trees of Valinor to give light to the realm of the Valar
The original stronghold of Melkor, also called Udun
This war ended the Elder Days
The War of Wrath
Eriador was the region that lay between the Misty Mountains and this mountain range
The Blue Mountains
Later renamed Lindon, the woodland realm were the only surviving lands of Beleriand
Youngest son of Steward Denethor II
Minas Tirith was originally called this, referred to as the Tower of the Setting Sun
Minas Anor
After being captured by the Nazgul, this tower became known as Minas Morgul
Minas Ithil
This name referred to both the wastelands of Mordor, and an ancient mountain range
Ancient ally of Melkor, to whom Shelob was a decendant
The ancient capital of Gondor
The Oath of Eorl swore that this nation would ride to the aid of the South-kingdom
A fallen Maia, once named Mairon, who became the eponymous Lord of the Rings
The first Minas Tirith was built in Beleriand to guard this pass
The Pass of Sirion
After the War of the Ring, Aragorn II Elessar formed the reunited kindgom of these realms
Arnor and Gondor
An Elf of Doriath, who married Galadriel and became Lord of Lorien
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