Helevorn was the deep, mountain-shaded lake in northern Thargelion at the foot of Mount Rerir. A stream flowed from its southwest corner into the Greater Gelion. After the return of the Noldor to Middle-earth the people of Caranthir dwelt about the lake. The fortress was destroyed and the waters of Helevorn defiled by Orcs during Dagor Bragollach. Caranthir lost his realm and was forced to retreat to Mount Dolmed with his surviving brothers.
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So here you can see another of the great dwellings of Middle-earth. It is quite an old piece which I started some two years ago and for a very long time it remained in almost-finished state.
Name of this place is nowhere specifically given, but I assume that it must have been quite important castle as the seat of one of the seven sons of Feanor and the principial settlement of Thargelion. Also it has quite an interesting location on the shores of lake Helevorn.
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