The Kingdom of Arnor is divided between three realms...
Arthedain, the first and richest, was ruled by Arvedui from the fortress of Fornost. This Kingdom have a weakness though which is their low population and small army size, but this weakness is balanced by the fact that it’s the richest Kingdom of Arnor
Cardolan; the second and the greenest with all the forests that cover its land, the Kingdom of Tharbad has been heavily wounded by the attacks of the Witch King. The realm is still ruled by a governor and it has the army that is now the most trained of the Arnorian kingdoms
And finally Rhudaur, the poorest, is not a Kingdom anymore, as all the territories have been emptied. The ancient king, Meaneril, led a force of Rhudauris that still believe in the resurgence of their Kingdom...
But some say that it shall soon be reunified one day under the same crown...
- Amon-Sûl Outpost: During the War of Arnor, Manargil, a lord of Arnor tried to take back the Amon-Sûl fortress from the realm of Angmar. He took the Palantir and the finest archers of all over the Arnor with him... This force was called the Watch of Amon-Sûl... However, this attempt failed and Manargil had to abandon Amon-Sûl to return to Fornost.
- Swordsmen of Arnor: The swordsmen of Arnor are the base soldiers of the Northern Realm. They are trained to protect their land against the evil that lay in Angmar and against the various creatures that want to destroy these lands.
- Archers of Arnor: Gathered all around Arnor, these archers are not the finest among middle earth and not the worst. But they are numerous and shall launch volleys of arrows against the rabbles of Evil.
- Spearmen of Arnor: The spearmen of Arnor are equipped with a spear and a shield. While common among the armies, they still are efficient weapons that will be particularly deadly against enemy cavalry.
- Knights of Arnor: The Dúnedain were not avid riders in past ages, but were able to ride horses against their foes in Angmar. Indeed, a cavalry charge was deadly against the orc hordes, and allowed the soldiers to fight against the warg riders while mounted.
- Rangers of Arnor: Few now remember them, yet still some go wandering, sons of forgotten kings walking in loneliness, guarding from evil things folk that are heedless.
- Palantir Guard of Arnor: A great host came out of Angmar in 1409. They crossed the river, entering Cardolan and surrounding Weathertop. The Dúnedain were defeated and Arveleg was slain. The Tower of Amon Sûl was burned and razed; but the palantír was saved and carried back in retreat to Fornost...
- Amon-Sûl Watch: In 1409, Weathertop was surrounded by a great host from Angmar. Arveleg was killed and the Tower of Amon Sûl was burned and razed. The stone (palantír) of Amon Sûl was rescued by the forces of Arthedain. These warriors are the finest archers of Arnor, led by Manargil. These marksmen are can even compete with elven bowmen and were a terror to Angmar’s forces during the assault on Amon-Sûl.
- Knights of Annuminas: the Order of Annuminas is an Arnorian order that travels the three Kingdoms. They are not bound to any one Kingdom but their oath is to the order that commanded them to protect the Realm of Arnor. This order subsided after the Split and even after the submersion of Annúminas, they are the most trained units amongst all Men. They are skilled enough to defeat trained elves in singular combat. The Knights are not equipped with heavy armor as it would restrict their movement, and they are skilled enough in battle that this weakness does not affect them.
- Manargil, Captain of Amon-Sûl: Manargil is the captain of Arnor that has tried take back Amon-Sûl to strengthen the kingdom against the Witch King. However, he lost it as the continuous assaults on the tower and the weak defences of the ruins forced the Captain to flee and leave the tower to the enemy.
- Araphant, Father of the King: The father of Arvedui and the 14th King of Arthedain to fight for Arnor. King Araphant continued with dwindling strength to hold off the assaults of Ang-mar, and his son Arvedui did likewise when he took the throne...
- Aranarth, Heir to the Throne: After Arvedui the North-kingdom ended, for the Dúnedain were now few and all the peoples of Eriador diminished. Yet the line of the kings was conti-nued by the Chieftains of the Dúnedain, of whom Aranarth son of Arvedui was the first.
- Malbeth, Seer of Arnor: Thus spoke Malbeth the Seer, in the days of Arvedui, last king at Fornost,» said Aragorn: «...From the North shall he come, need shall drive him: he shall pass the Door to the Paths of the Dead.
- Carthaen, Capitain of the rangers: Carthaen was the one who tried to defend the sacred Barrow-Downs of Cardolan from the attacks of Angmar’s armies. After countless battles, he was slain and then buried in the Barrow-Downs he managed to defend...
- Gandalf, the Grey Pilgrim: Gandalf was known by many names during the long years he wandered: the men of Arnor named him Gandalf, which became his most common name. He later revealed himself as one of the Istari, and eventually became known as the wisest of and most powerful of that order.
- Glorfindel, Imladris herald: Glorfindel was tall and straight; his hair was of shining gold, his face fair and young and fearless and full of joy; his eyes were bright and keen, and his voice like music; on his brow sat wisdom, and in his hand was strength
- Arvedui, High King of Arnor: Arvedui was indeed the last king, as his name signifies. It is said that this name was given to him at his birth by Malbeth the Seer. He was the son of King Araphant of Arthedain, father of Aranarth and the last King of the Dúnedain in the North.
- Palace guards of Fornost: the Elite Swordsmen of the Kings of Arnor. The palace guards are picked to protect the king and his royal family. They are equipped with a red cloak and their presence is glorious.
- Arvedui, High king of Arthedain: Arvedui was indeed the last king, as his name signifies. It is said that this name was given to him at his birth by Malbeth the Seer. He was the son of King Araphant of Arthedain, father of Aranarth and the last King of the Dúnedain in the North.
- Guard of Tharbad: Tharbad is the Capital city of Cardolan. the guards keep an eye on the Regent's house and have protected the city since its foundation. While not as physically strong as the soldiers of Arthedain, these Guards are talented in battle and will defend their city till their last breath.
- Theodore Delbert, Regent of Cardolan: When the last king of Cardolan died above the footsteps of the Thyrn Gorthad, the Regents begin to rule Cardolan. Theodore was the last regent of Cardolan before he died from the Great Plague.
- Sergeants of Rhudaur: Very little could be told about the armies of Rhudaur. However, their sergeants worked tirelessly in service of this army. They were a group of old nobles and talented soldiers that organized themselves to defend their land and protect it from Evil...
- Hirgon, last king of Rhudaur: Hirgon was the last of the wandering kings of Rhudaur. When the palace of Cameth Brin was burned by the forces of Angmar, the royal family fled and continued to rule over Rhudaur as well as they could.
Spellbook powers list:
- Pride of Arnor: Arnor’s people are prideful men, for they know the glory that their Kingdom once had
- Arnorian Ambush: The rangers of Arnor can easily be invisible to the eyes of their enemies
- Detachment from the Shire: it is said in the Shire that during the fall of Fornost, the hobbits came to the aid of Arnor
- The many allies of Arnor: Arnor was surrounded by many allies even if it was attacked by an overwhelming enemy
- Rescue to Arnor: in T.A. 1973, King Eärnil II sent his son Prince Eärnur north, as Captain of Gondor at the head of a large Gondor army
- Architects of Arnor: The Architects of Arnor rapidly repair buildings
- Monument of Arnor: In Arnor lay some impressive monuments
- Swords of Westernesse: These blades protect their bearers from magic, poison, and the elements and lend them strength to face all kinds of enemies.
- Incessant Wars: Arnor has been at war against Angmar for centuries now, leading to many veterans among the army
- University of Arnor: The universities of Arnor are known all around middle earth for many secrets are kept there
- Bloodline of Númenôr: The bloodline of the Númenôrians gives the people of Arnor long life