Thlim Galdon

“There were those of the Tree, and they were a great house.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, The Fall of Gondolin19273408Thlim Galdon or the House of the Tree was one of the 12 noble Houses of Gondolin, under the leadership of Galdor. They wore green, and carried iron-studded clubs and slings.
During the Fall of Gondolin, they were one of the two main kindreds that first hurled themselves upon the Balrogs and Orcs upon the destruction of the main Gate of the city. They guarded the western entrance to the Arch of Inwë. Many escaped the slaughter with Tuor, and acted as scouts ahead of the women and children, for they had “eyes like cats in the dark”, later established themselves at the Mouths of Sirion. They are often referred to as the People or Folk of Galdor.10124364Mix of elven and rohan armour pieces for this outfit! Even if the level 85 heavy armour is lebelled as “of the Mark” I think all the swirls and silver trimming are nice for elven themes 🙂3535
head: Battle Helm of the Mark, olive dye, heavy crafted, recipe barter with Men of Sutcroft reputation

shoulders: Battle Pauldrons of the Mark, olive dye, heavy crafted, recipe barter with Men of Sutcroft reputation

chest: Malledhrim Breastplate, olive dye, heavy crafted, recipe barter with Malledhrim

hands: Battle Gauntlets of the Mark, olive dye, heavy crafted, recipe barter with Men of Sutcroft reputation

legs: Malledhrim Leggings, olive dye, heavy crafted, recipe barter with Malledhrim

feet: Boots of the Deathstorm, olive dye, classic skirmish barter

back: Woodwanderer cloak, olive dye, lotro store

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2 thoughts on “Thlim Galdon

  1. Gloredh, that is a fantastic combination of elvish and rohirric pieces. I would have never expected the crafted Mirkwood armor to work so well with the helm and shoulders. Nicely done, indeed!

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