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D - All warps starting with D

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  • This wiki-page will show the lore and a screenshot of all the warps starting with the letter D.
    My sources for the lore is the website
    tolkiengateway.net and for the screenshots the Minecraft Server build.mcmiddleearth.com. The place names are color coded to show the recommended resource pack:
    • Orange for the Eriador resource pack
    • Green for the Rohan resource pack
    • Blue for the Gondor resource pack
    • Gold for the Lórien resource pack
    • Red for the Mordor resource pack
    • Dead Marshes

    The Dead marshes are the fetid swamplands that lay between the Emyn Muil and the northern marches of Mordor. They may have been an extension of the Nindalf although the two swampy areas are separately named and seem to be disconnected on maps of the region. The site of many deaths during the War of the Last Alliance and it is still said to be haunted. The marshes are an endless network of pool and soft mires filled with water-courses. mysterious faces appear in the mires, giving rise the name ¨Dead Marshes¨. Of course the marshes themselves had existed long before the battle.
    /warp Dead Marshes

    • Deephallow

    Deephallow is a village on the Shire's eastern border, built on the banks of the River Brandywine. Immediately across the river was Haysend (the southernmost point of Buckland).
    /warp Deephallow

    • Dimholt

    The dark wood beneath the Dwimorberg. This is the Dimholt, the actuallly litterally meaning is ¨dark wood¨. Although small the dimholt was traversed by a double row of standing stones that marked an ancient roadway. This lead single great stone to mark the way. Among the roots of the Wdimorberg lays the Dark Door of the Dead.
    /warp Dimholt

    • Dol Amroth

    Dol Amroth is a princedom which formed part of the kingdom of Gondor. It is ruled by the Prince of Dol Amroth; the banner of the Silver Swan flew along with that of the White Tree throughout the Third Age. A headland of western Gondor, ruled as a hereditary princedom by the descendants of Galador. Its build on a peninsula in Gondor facing he bay of Belfalas. Its northern shore defined part of Cobas Haven, the small bay into which the Morthond River flowed. Sea-walls protected Dol Amroth from the waves in the windy bay, and in the North of the city the tall Seaward Tower Tirith Aear was built which had a bell that was rung for the benefit of mariners and the castle of the Princes of Dol Amroth was built upon the headland. The term Dol Amroth (signifying "the Hill of Amroth" in Tolkien's invented Sindarin language) referred originally to a hill along the northern shore of the Bay of Belfalas. Dol Amroth is 12 August 2014 and was led by @Demonataz. The project was finished May 27 2015.
    /warp Dol Amroth

    • Dome of the Stars

    The Dome of Stars was the great hall in the King´s city of Osgiliath (capital of Gondor). It was built on top of the great bridge across the Anduin. "Fortress of the stars¨ is a particular reference to the ¨Dome of Stars¨ that stood in the heart of the city, beneath whose figured dome the chief palantiri (the master stone of Middle-Earth) of the South-kingdom was kept. The Dome of Stars was organized as a build competition. The overall victors, who had their design implemented, was the team of @Marazo and @Despot666.
    /warp Dome of the Stars

    • Druadan Forest

    The Druadan Forest is the forest that grew around the feet of the Eilenach beacon-hill in Anorien, so named the remnant of the Druedain who lived there. Pine-woods that covered outskirts of the White Mountains in east Anorien, south of the Great West Road. Its name, which is a partial translation of Sindarin Tawar-in-Drúedain, derives from the fact that the forest was populated by the Druedian or the Wild Men, who survived here since the First Age and shunned the Númenóreans.

    /warp Druadan Forest
    • Dunharrow

    Dunharrow is a refuge of the Rohirrim hidden in the White Mountains south of Edoras and fortified against attack. Dunharrow was a clifftop overlooking Harrowdale, the valley of the river Snowbourn. Tolkien made Dunharrow the Modern English form of Rohirric Dunharg, which has the meaning ¨the heathen fane on the hillside¨.

    Fawkes and SMtg led the construction in parallel with the Aldburg Build Day in 2012. Droogs and Members built the tents in the valley while Architects designed the larger ones. The Dunharrow revamp was led under the supervision of Wodleth in November 2013. Old tents were reorganized in the new terrain and given an update with the help of artists.
    /warp Dunharrow

    • Durins Tower

    Durin's Tower is a tower upon the Silvertine. It was built by the Dwarves in the ancient times. The tower is carved out of the living rock of the mountain and stood upon a high eyrie. The Endless Stair led to the tower from the foundations of the mountain. A long spiraling stairway that led from the lowest depths of the Dwarf-City. Durin's Tower was created by @Eriol_Eandur.
    /warp Durins Tower

    • Dwaling

    Dwaling is a village or township in the northern reaches of the Shire, even further north than the Brockebores or Scary. In the northernmost borders of the Eastfarthing of the Shire. The place name ¨Dwaling¨ suggest that it was originally settled by a Hobbit nicknamed Dwale.
    /warp Dwaling