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'''2014: ''[[The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies]]'':'''
 
'''2014: ''[[The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies]]'':'''
 
:After the death of [[Smaug]], the villagers of [[Lake-town]] seek refuge in the ruined city. During the [[Battle of Five Armies]], they hide inside Dale while the [[Lake-men]] combat the enemy forces. When the [[Orcs|Orc]] army attacks the ruined city, Bard and the Lake-towners run to defend it, leaving the [[Dwarves]] and the [[Elves]] to protect the gates of Erebor. The Elves later come to join the [[Men]] in defending the city.
 
:After the death of [[Smaug]], the villagers of [[Lake-town]] seek refuge in the ruined city. During the [[Battle of Five Armies]], they hide inside Dale while the [[Lake-men]] combat the enemy forces. When the [[Orcs|Orc]] army attacks the ruined city, Bard and the Lake-towners run to defend it, leaving the [[Dwarves]] and the [[Elves]] to protect the gates of Erebor. The Elves later come to join the [[Men]] in defending the city.
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'''2013: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
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:Dale was first featured in Update 10: Against the Shadow, Part II, in instances (content separated from the rest of the game world) which allowed players to participate in the Battle of Dale against the "Jangovar" Easterlings. The city and the surrounding "Dale-lands" were properly added to the game's map in Update 22: Legacy of the Necromancer, as part of the region "[[Eryn Lasgalen]] and the Dale-lands", also known as the "Strongholds of the North". This update takes place shortly after the battle, when Dale is still threatened by enemies including Jangovar remnants and "Karazgar, the Weeping Warrior", a dragon-tamer who had served Sauron. Meanwhile other Easterling peoples, the folk of [[Dorwinion]] and the nomadic "Chayasír", seek refuge in Dale, having fled some mysterious calamity in the East.
  
 
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