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User talk:Sage/Obscure locations

Interesting list, Sage! There's also the template for "Legendary Locations", which I've been working on from time to time. Perhaps these legendary locations could be included under a separate heading in your list?--Morgan 14:39, 6 April 2017 (UTC)

I'm interested in this list as well. I'm particularly interested in fixing non-canonical information on Arda's geography that may have crept into Tolkien Gateway or elsewhere (I'm a new user here, and I've started my work by mainly focusing on cleaning up any inaccuracies in the geographic locations articles). Since our interests seem to overlap, perhaps we can collaborate on this effort. Just a few days ago I also started writing an essay in my userspace, User:Protospace/Towards a Canonical Geography of Arda‎, where I hope to catalog the "canonical" geography of obscure locations based on what we do know from Tolkien's writings. Protospace 04:33, 7 April 2017 (UTC)

Would you be interested in adding the downs in the Eastemnet (Eastemnet Downs to your list in Rohan? The appear in the narrative without a name and are not in the published maps, but are on maps that werd drawn by J.R.R. Tolkien? The inland city to which Queen Beruthiel went back to is another candidate. --Akhorahil 08:09, 8 February 2022 (UTC)