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'''2007-: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
 
'''2007-: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
:In the distant past Radagast, "Master of Shapes", had taught the ancestors of the [[Beornings]] the art of skin-changing. During his stay in [[Rhosgobel]], Radagast had come across [[Gollum]] who was stealing and eating the babies of the [[Woodmen]] and banished him from the [[Vales of Anduin]], causing Gollum to crawl inside the caverns of the [[Misty Mountains]]. In early {{TA|3018}}, Radagast, on his way to see [[Saruman]], visits [[Grimbeorn]] and bids him to send one of his children with a message for [[Aragorn]] in [[Bree-land]].
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:In the distant past Radagast, "Master of Shapes", had taught the ancestors of the [[Beornings]] the art of skin-changing. Evil men then captured some of the Beornings and tortured the secret out of them, creating two distinct tribes of people: the Gauredain, Men of the Wolf, and Ungoledain, Men of the Spider. Radagast regretted what had happed and used every opportunity to take the art back from the people who stole it against his will, but both tribes persisted in the untamed wilderness. During his stay in [[Rhosgobel]], Radagast had come across [[Gollum]] who was stealing and eating the babies of the [[Woodmen]] and banished him from the [[Vales of Anduin]], causing Gollum to crawl inside the caverns of the [[Misty Mountains]]. In early {{TA|3018}} Radagast, on his way to see [[Saruman]], visits [[Grimbeorn]] and bids him to send one of his children with a message for [[Aragorn]] in [[Bree-land]].
  
:In the present, Radagast is first found in Ost Guruth, a small settlement of men in the [[Lone-lands]] north of the [[Great Road]]. He is friendly to the local people, the [[Eglain]], and helps them to combat the rise of evil in the swamps of Agamaur.<ref>[http://lorebook.lotro.com/wiki/NPC:Radagast_the_Brown NPC: Radagast the Brown] at [http://my.lotro.com/home/ My.Lotro.com] (accessed 8 October 2011)</ref> After the [[War of the Ring]], he tasks the player with ways of helping the living creatures around them. Radagast eventually settles back in Rhosgobel now that evil thatis departing the forest.
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:In the present time, Radagast is fist found in Ost Guruth, a small settlemen of men in the [[Lone-lands]] north of the [[Great Road]]. He is friendly to the local people, the [[Eglain]], and helps them to combat the rise of evil in the swamps of Agamaur.<ref>[http://lorebook.lotro.com/wiki/NPC:Radagast_the_Brown NPC: Radagast the Brown] at [http://my.lotro.com/home/ My.Lotro.com] (accessed 8 October 2011)</ref> Radagast does not actively participate in the [[War of the Ring]], but after the war returns to heal the damaged land now that the evil of [[Dol Guldur]] is no more. He startsear King [[Thranduil]]'s halls in [[Eryn Lasgalen]], then journeys north to the [[Ered Mithrin]] and finally travels back to his old home in [[Rhosgobel]] through the [[Vales of Anduin]]. Along the way he taks the player with multiple way of helping the living creatures around them and meets [[Gandalf]], whom he apologizes for unwittingly leading him to Saruman. Radagast eventually settles back in Rhosgobel now that the very evil that once made his leave it is departing from the forest.
  
 
'''2011: ''[[The Lord of the Rings: War in the North]]'':'''
 
'''2011: ''[[The Lord of the Rings: War in the North]]'':'''

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