|Left-facing Iron monger Bazaar on|
Islay of Luthien (Ruby Archipelago)
Smithrandir is a left-facing iron monger bazaar on Islay of Luthien. It was erected in October 2004 under the governance of the flag Carpe Noctem. The deed is held by the current governor of Islay of Luthien.
Brandybuck Hall was named by the original owners of Islay of Luthien, Carpe Noctem, according to their scheme of references from The Lord of the Rings trilogy by author J.R.R. Tolkien. This building was named after one of the many names given to Gandalf the Grey, Mithrandir.
"This Mithrandir was, I now guess, more than a lore-master..."
-Captain of the Guard of Gondor.
May you find herein a blade to match the blades of old.
Ringil, the blade with which Fingolfin gave Morgorth his eight mighty wounds.
Gurthang, "Iron of Death", the blade which Túrin wielded to slay Glaurung the dragon.
Narsil, the blade which clove the Ring of Power from the Hand of Sauron, wielded by Isildur.
Andúril, "Flame of the West", re-forged from the shards of Narsil.