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The Red Maid

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The Red Maid is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Shadows of Angmar books
(Bree-landEred Luin)


Book I: Stirrings in the Darkness
Book II: The Red Maid
Book III: The Council of the North
Book IV: Chasing Shadows
Book V: The Last Refuge
Book VI: Fires in the North
Book VII: The Hidden Hope
Book VIII: The Scourge of the North
Book IX: Shores of Evendim
Book X: The City of Kings
Book XI: Prisoner of the Free Peoples
Book XII: The Ashen Wastes
Book XIII: Doom of the Last-King
Book XIV: The Ring-forges of Eregion
Book XV: Daughter of Strife
Epilogue: Laerdan's Parcel

The Red Maid is the second book of The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar.



Foreword: Aiding the Order

Gandalf thanks the player for the work done for the people of Bree-land. He informs the player that he learned from Gwaihir the Windlord that Radagast the Brown discovered corruption in the Lone-lands. He urges the player to find him with much haste. He suggests to the player to talk to Saeradan, a Ranger of the North, to help track down Radagast.

Chapter 1: Rise of the Orcs

Chapter 2: An Orc Messenger

Chapter 3: War-master Uzorr

Chapter 4: Light in the Darkness

Chapter 5: Retake Weathertop

Chapter 6: Protected by the Eglain

Chapter 7: Radagast the Brown

Chapter 8: The Red Swamp

The player is informed by Radagast that he traveled to Ost Guruth because he sensed an aura of corruption from the Red Swamp. He has noticed that the bog-prowlers are becoming twisted shadows of their former selves. He wishes to inspect the moss that they line their nests with to determine what is fouling the land. He askes the player not to harm the bog-prowlers.

Chapter 9: The Bloated Dead

Chapter 10: Breeders of the Dead

Chapter 11: The Stone-speaker

Chapter 12: A Dead Man's Challenge

Chapter 13: In the Gaunt-Lord's Grasp

Chapter 14: History of the Red Maid

Chapter 15: The Red Pass

Chapter 16: Agamaur Secured

Comparison with Published Works