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'''''Weathertop: Tower of the Wind''''' is a supplement (in the series ''Fortresses of Middle-earth'') for ''[[Middle-earth Role Playing]]'', 1st Edition.  
 
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Complete, multi-level layouts for 13 towers and bastions of the outer works  
 
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Detailed layouts for all 14 levels of the tower, Amon Sûl  
 
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Weathertop: Tower of the Wind
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AuthorPeter C. Fenlon, Jr.
PublisherIron Crown Enterprises
Released1987
FormatSoftcover
Pages32
ISBN0-915795-89-2

Weathertop: Tower of the Wind is a supplement (in the series Fortresses of Middle-earth) for Middle-earth Role Playing, 1st Edition.

  • Stock number: 8201

Cover/Jacket Text

The citadel that crowns Weathertop (S. Amon Sûl) is the greatest tower-fortress in Arnor and the focus of much of the struggle between Arnor's three successor kingdoms: Arthedain, Cardolan, and Rhudaur. Built by the Faithful Númenórean exiles led by Elendil the Tall in the late Second Age. it rises from the heart of Dúnedain's Northern Kingdom. The royal tower houses the Chief Palantîr (Seeing-stone) of the North and serves as the principal home of Arnor's High Seer. Few fortresses hold such significance; for its size and strength, Amon Sûl is unsurpassed by any other work of northern Dúnedain. Even the Witch-king of Angmar looks to the Tower of Amon Sûl as a great prize, a preeminent symbol of Dúnedain spirit.

WEATHERTOP features:

Over 20 pages of layouts, perspectives, and illustrations Complete, multi-level layouts for 13 towers and bastions of the outer works Detailed layouts for all 14 levels of the tower, Amon Sûl