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== Downs of Rohan and Éomer aiding King Aragorn in the South ==
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I appreciate your interest in Tolkien Gateway and and your ambition to improve the articles on Tolkien Gateway. Why did you only add a fact template after the Downs in the Rohan article? I have access to an e-book of The Lord of the Rings and it was very easy to find the downs (of Rohan) in the index and to find all instances where the words downs is used in the chapters of The Two Towers. Why did you write "such as the Haradrim" in case of the enemies? The entry about King Éomer Appendix B II The House of Eorl - The Kings of the Mark - The Third Line only mentions that the King of the West had many enemies to subdue and that the thunder of the cavalry of the Mark was heard on the far fields of the South. It does not mention where in the south and against which ethnic group the cavarly of Rohan fought and if this ethnic group were Haradrim. There could be other ethnic groups in the south, such as Black Númenoreans (e.g. the Mouth of Sauron at the end of the War of the Ring) or Dúnedain (i.e. former Gondorian rebels from the Kin-strife, Westron was spoken in Umbar and along the coast according to the appendix on Languages at the End of the Third Age) in the south. It is a speculation that King Éomer fought against Haradrim in the Fourth Age. In my opinion, speculations should always be phrased in a way that makes it clear that they are only a speculation and that discloses on which references the speculation is based. --[[User:Akhorahil|Akhorahil]] 09:31, 14 June 2021 (UTC)

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Downs of Rohan and Éomer aiding King Aragorn in the South

I appreciate your interest in Tolkien Gateway and and your ambition to improve the articles on Tolkien Gateway. Why did you only add a fact template after the Downs in the Rohan article? I have access to an e-book of The Lord of the Rings and it was very easy to find the downs (of Rohan) in the index and to find all instances where the words downs is used in the chapters of The Two Towers. Why did you write "such as the Haradrim" in case of the enemies? The entry about King Éomer Appendix B II The House of Eorl - The Kings of the Mark - The Third Line only mentions that the King of the West had many enemies to subdue and that the thunder of the cavalry of the Mark was heard on the far fields of the South. It does not mention where in the south and against which ethnic group the cavarly of Rohan fought and if this ethnic group were Haradrim. There could be other ethnic groups in the south, such as Black Númenoreans (e.g. the Mouth of Sauron at the end of the War of the Ring) or Dúnedain (i.e. former Gondorian rebels from the Kin-strife, Westron was spoken in Umbar and along the coast according to the appendix on Languages at the End of the Third Age) in the south. It is a speculation that King Éomer fought against Haradrim in the Fourth Age. In my opinion, speculations should always be phrased in a way that makes it clear that they are only a speculation and that discloses on which references the speculation is based. --Akhorahil 09:31, 14 June 2021 (UTC)