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Uruk-Hai - Spirits (From Ancient Worlds)

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    cut URUK-HAI "Spirits (From Ancient Worlds)" Epic Dark Ambient / Dungeon Synth from Austria. Tape limited copies with one sided pro-cover inlay.
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    The following is an overview of the fictional peoples and races that appear in J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy world of powermetal.bradarrockseekersilvergrove.infoinfo peoples or races are listed in Appendix F of The Lord of the Rings as inhabiting Middle-earth: Elves, Men, Dwarves, Hobbits, Ents, Orcs and Trolls. In addition, Middle-earth is overseen or inhabited by various spirits, known as Valar and Maiar.
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    Jun 25,  · Uruk-Hai. 25 June, • By Elrond • 2 comments. Uruk-Hai's concept was born in by Alexander Wieser (Hugin), who produced a handful of recordings for friends under the band name of Hrossharsgrani. After receiving positive feedback, Uruk-Hai became its own musical entity with influences mainly coming from the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
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    Huorns were ancient and long-brooding, and some were said to be black-hearted and rotten. At least one such sentient tree spirit inhabited the Old Forest by the banks of the Withywindle River, who was called Old Man Willow. As the Old Forest and Fangorn were the last remnants of the most ancient forests in Middle-earth, Old Man Willow wished to.
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    A great deal is known about Uruk because of archaeological digs of the site beginning in In addition, the earliest writing in the world comes from there, dated to about BCE. People in Uruk wrote on clay tablets with reeds. The writing is called “cuneiform,” named after the wedge-shaped reeds that writers pressed into wet clay.

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