Fangorn Sindarin : [ Fangaorne ]; "Beardtree" in J. Tolkien 's Legendariumwas a forest located in the fictional world of Middle-earth and was the home of the tree shepherds, the Ents. It was named after the oldest Ent, Treebeardor Treebeard was named I Remember You - Maxim Saury - Slow Time it.
Tolkien did, however, state that there was confusion about the two. The forest provided the means by which adventure expanded with the breaking up of the Fellowship. Fangorn - Various - The First Ring Vol. 1 Brandybuck and Peregrin Took were the first to discover the Ents were alive but were dwindling in numbers due to the loss of the Entwives.
They were lost because of the events of the Last Alliance of Elves and Men. The forest was again severely damaged during the War of the Ring by the forces of Saruman who lived close by in the fortress of Isengard. Additionally, Fangorn translated in the fictional language of Sindarin from "fanga" meaning "beard" and "orne" meaning "tree". Sindarin was a language Tolkien created and described the Elves of Middle-Earth to possess; who "awoke" Blue Train (Alternate Take) - Various - Best Of Blue Note Ents and taught them language.
The mountains formed the western border of Fangorn. At the end of the mountain range stood the stronghold of Isengard near the southwestern corner of the forest and this was where Saruman lived. Fangorn Forest stretched for many miles and held many paths. Tolkien stated that two significant rivers ran through the forest. To the north the Limlight flowed from the woods and then formed the northern border of Rohan. The river then merged into the larger Anduin.
In the south, the Entwash spread deep into the forest arriving from Methedrasa mountainous region located near the Misty Mountains. The river then flowed from Fangorn and was directed through Rohan to the Anduin River.
The valley of Derndingle was located to the south-west. There was a path where the Entwash passed into a region called Wellinghall and this was where the Entwash passed the home of Treebeard, the shepherd of the forest.
Fangorn Forest was said to be humid, and trunks and branches grew thick where very little light penetrated the forest. Similarly, Fangorn was said to be a dangerous and evil place like Mirkwood where huge spiders roamed the forest and other evil creatures laybut this was not the case following the events of The Lord of the Rings. The forest was home to many different kinds of trees.
Huorns also lived in the forest, similar to Ents but more discreet. Most lived deep in the Forest Till The End Of Time - Chicago - Chicago XI Fangorn.
The Ents and Huorns drank from the river Entwash, and from it the Ents brewed their legendary drink, the Ent-draughts. There, they met Treebeard and alerted him to the danger Saruman posed to the Ents and their forest. Fangorn - Various - The First Ring Vol. 1 an Entmootthe rest of the Ents agreed to march against Isengardtaking Merry and Pippin with them, and sent Huorns to Helm's Deep to deal with the Orcs there.
Part of the Ents' anger was caused by Saruman 's Orcs chopping down the trees at the south and west side of the forest. It was especially notable Hold On - Pilot - Morin Heights that Fangorn Forest was embodied by Treebeard, whose deliberate and slow moving character anthropomorphised Tolkien's deep invented history and placed its vast time in a contrapuntal humour with the 'hasty' immediacy of the Hobbits' drama in the War of the Ring.
They encountered an old Man dressed in white. Fangorn forest was, in actuality, just the easternmost remnant of the immense forest that spanned all of Eriador and Calenardhon in the First Age and early Second Age. Treebeard expressed a deep sadness at the loss of the forest primeval to the Orcs and to the age of Men and their machines. It was the oldest part of Treebeard's realm, and the Ents' last retreat. In The Two TowersTreebeard organized an Entmoot, a town hall meeting-style political gathering, for the purpose of deciding what to do about Saruman 's threat to Fangorn.
While the rules governing Entmoots Fangorn - Various - The First Ring Vol. 1 never set out in detail, they appeared to be very irregular meetings convened in emergencies. The suffix -moot suggested a parliament. Treebeard implied that Entmoots were conducted in Old Entish ; since it took a long time to say anything in the language, moots proceeded very slowly, taking several days to handle even simple things such as introductions and establishing the identities of visitors.
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Wellinghall, Derndingle, Treebeard's hill, the Entwash.
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