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==Portrayal in adaptations==
 
==Portrayal in adaptations==
 
'''2018: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
 
'''2018: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
:The Iron Hills are an area in the region of "The Dwarf-holds". Settled by "Farin Blackmattock" in the First Age, the capital Járnfast was destroyed by the fall of [[Thangorodrim]] and afterwards rebuilt. During the time it features in the game, the town has been damaged by tremors caused by [[Mount Doom]]'s recent eruption. It is also the site of a seal that confines a horde of [[Nameless Things|Nameless creatures]] in "The Howling Pit" below.
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:The Iron Hills are an area in the region of "The Dwarf-holds", released in Update 23: Where Dragons Dwell. The name "Ironfold" is also used to refer to the rusted stone hills themselves together with the scrubland which borders the [[Dale]]-lands in the west. There are three major settlements in the Ironfold: the Dalish town "Utterby", which is still occupied by hostile [[Easterlings]]; the mining community of "Hammerstead"; and the capital, "Járnfast", where [[Thorin Stonehelm|King Thorin III]]'s brother, "Náin the Slakeless", reigns as Lord. The other major landmarks are the "Dáinlik", an enormous statue being carved out of the hills, and "Skald's Drop", the cliff that forms the southern border of the Ironfold and overlooks the lands beyond.
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:Settled by "Farin Blackmattock" in the First Age, Járnfast was destroyed by the fall of [[Thangorodrim]] and afterwards rebuilt. During the time it features in the game, the town has been damaged by tremors caused by [[Mount Doom]]'s recent eruption. It is also the site of a seal that confines a horde of [[Nameless Things|Nameless creatures]] in "The Howling Pit" below.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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