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Incomers

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[[Image:Easterling.jpg|thumb|Easterling as Portrayed in [[The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers|Peter Jackson's The Two Towers]]]]
 
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'''Incomers''' refers to the [[Easterlings|Easterling]] usurpers who ruled the land of [[Dor-lómin]] granted them by [[Morgoth]] after their treachery in the of [[Battle of Unnumbered Tears]]. It was a term used by the remnant of the [[House of Hador]] left as serfs and thralls under the tyranny of [[Brodda]] of the the House of [[Ulfang]].
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'''Incomers''' refers to the [[Easterlings|Easterling]] usurpers who ruled the land of [[Dor-lómin]] granted them by [[Morgoth]] after their treachery in the of [[Nírnaeth Arnoediad|Battle of Unnumbered Tears]]. It was a term used by the remnant of the [[House of Hador]] left as serfs and thralls under the tyranny of [[Brodda]] of the the House of [[Ulfang]].
  
 
Lady [[Aerin]] used this term in her meeting with [[Túrin]] [[Mormegil]] after his sack of the Hall of Brodda.
 
Lady [[Aerin]] used this term in her meeting with [[Túrin]] [[Mormegil]] after his sack of the Hall of Brodda.

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Easterling as Portrayed in Peter Jackson's The Two Towers

Incomers refers to the Easterling usurpers who ruled the land of Dor-lómin granted them by Morgoth after their treachery in the of Battle of Unnumbered Tears. It was a term used by the remnant of the House of Hador left as serfs and thralls under the tyranny of Brodda of the the House of Ulfang.

Lady Aerin used this term in her meeting with Túrin Mormegil after his sack of the Hall of Brodda.

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