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At their northern edge the Orocarni connected with the [[Iron Mountains|Ered Engrin]],<ref name=SMA4/> forming a situation much as the [[Blue Mountains|Ered Luin]] in the far west.
 
At their northern edge the Orocarni connected with the [[Iron Mountains|Ered Engrin]],<ref name=SMA4/> forming a situation much as the [[Blue Mountains|Ered Luin]] in the far west.
  
The distance between the Orocarni in the East and the [[Misty Mountains]], specifically [[Gundabad]], was said to be as great or greater than that of Gundabad's distance to the [[Blue Mountains]] in the West.<ref>{{PM|Dwarves}}</ref>{{adaptations}}[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29094329-the-red-fields The Eastern Dwarfs] is a book series about the four dwarf houses in the far east of Middle Earth.
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The distance between the Orocarni in the East and the [[Misty Mountains]], specifically [[Gundabad]], was said to be as great or greater than that of Gundabad's distance to the [[Blue Mountains]] in the West.<ref>{{PM|Dwarves}}</ref>
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[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29094329-the-red-fields?from_new_nav=true&ac=1&from_search=true The Eastern Dwarfs] is a book series about the four dwarf houses in the far east of Middle Earth.
  
 
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Orocarni
Mountain Range
General Information
Other namesThe Red Mountains
LocationFar east of Middle-earth
TypeMountain Range
People and History
InhabitantsDwarves, Avari, Men
EventsThe awakening of several Dwarven clans

The Orocarni was a mountain range in the far east made by the Valar before Arda was marred and the symmetry was lost in the wars against Melkor.[1]

On the western slopes of the Orocarni grew the Wild Wood, and near a great waterfall of a river that flowed into the Inland Sea of Helcar the bay of Cuiviénen lay, where the Elves woke.[2][3]

At their northern edge the Orocarni connected with the Ered Engrin,[1] forming a situation much as the Ered Luin in the far west.

The distance between the Orocarni in the East and the Misty Mountains, specifically Gundabad, was said to be as great or greater than that of Gundabad's distance to the Blue Mountains in the West.[4]

The Eastern Dwarfs is a book series about the four dwarf houses in the far east of Middle Earth.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Shaping of Middle-earth, "V. The Ambarkanta: Map IV", p. 256
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Quenta Silmarillion: Of the Beginning of Days"
  3. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Morgoth's Ring, "Part Two. The Annals of Aman", p. 77, notes §41
  4. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Peoples of Middle-earth, "Of Dwarves and Men"