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Summary: The Dwarves is a fantasy role-playing game with a strong story and tactically challenging real-time battles. 15 playable heroes, each. The Dwarves | Heitz, Markus | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Die Zwerge ist ein Computer-Rollenspiel des Bremer Entwicklers King Art zur gleichnamigen Buchromanreihe von Markus Heitz. the dwarves Die Zwerge ist ein Fantasy-Rollenspiel mit starker Story und taktisch anspruchsvollen Echtzeit-Kämpfen. 15 spielbare Helden, alle mit ihren individuellen. Wenige Helden stehen Hunderten Feinden gegenüber – kannst du das coolste Fantasy-Volk überhaupt zum Sieg gegen die dunklen Horden führen? Erkunde. Summary: The Dwarves is a fantasy role-playing game with a strong story and tactically challenging real-time battles. 15 playable heroes, each. The Dwarves. Gefällt Mal. Contact: [email protected] for booking and usages. All songs- brnm.se Der Name der Band war The Dwarves of Death. In der Plattenhülle steckte ein gefalteter Brief; ich nahm ihn heraus und fing an zu lesen. Lieber Bill, schön, mal​.

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Includes 34 Steam Achievements. Share Embed. Read Critic Reviews. Add to Cart. Package info. Add all DLC to Cart. About This Game The Dwarves is a fantasy role-playing game with a strong story and tactically challenging real-time battles.

Take on superior numbers of orcs, ogres, älfs, bögnilim, zombies, dark mages and many more foes, to give them the low-down.

You can pause anytime to tactically plan the next smart move. Captivating story: Join the dwarf Tungdil on his adventurous journey across Girdlegard.

Explore the world: Uncover secrets, learn more about the game world and its inhabitants, and solve optional puzzles.

Delve into the world map: Girdlegard ranges from snow-covered summits to shimmering deserts. You can move freely on the world map, meet numerous characters, and experience adventures.

But beware: A lot of your actions on the world map have far-reaching consequences! Finally the coolest fantasy people are in the spotlight.

The NPC days of the bearded axe-wielders are over — the age of the dwarves has come! System Requirements Windows.

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This was such an easy read. Its your standard fantasy fair, very Tolkienesk, but the focus is on dwarves.

The main character is your typical fantasy young man, kinda like your farmboy, however in this case hes a dwarve. The plotting is fun but predictable and the world buidling is a bit simple but has a german European twist to it.

Probably reccomend for people eho arent big fans of fantasy as its very simple This was such an easy read.

Probably reccomend for people eho arent big fans of fantasy as its very simple in structure. However big readers of fantasy could skip it as it doesnt bring much thats current in the genre.

Jan 05, Miriam Cihodariu rated it really liked it Shelves: germany. The first installment in the series amazed me with how much it managed to achieve exactly what the author said he was aiming for.

That is to bring more detail and flesh to the world of the classic, Tolkienian dwarves, the ones we encounter in so many fantasy stories and tend to take for granted as a homogenous mass.

In a way, dwarves were the last great mystery, the final frontier of fantasy, and Markus Heitz really managed to breach it in a fantastic way.

As a bonus, the book also abounds in fai The first installment in the series amazed me with how much it managed to achieve exactly what the author said he was aiming for.

As a bonus, the book also abounds in fairytalish, nightmarish images of a powerful beauty and poetry, a credible and realistic history and politics system, plenty of humor and diversity among its cast of characters.

Humans and elves are also very well represented, and the whole mix just goes together really well. It's meant for adults, but it's an appropriate read for teens and even pre-teens, in case you're wondering.

Jun 05, Kaitlin rated it really liked it. This book was so much better than I anticipated that it would be. I had never really heard much about 'The Dwarves' as a series and so I picked this up on a whim and just hoped that it would be good, and I was not disappointed.

I would give this a 4. The Dwarves is a This book was so much better than I anticipated that it would be.

The Dwarves is a story set in a world which is very similar to Tolkien's Middle-Earth, called Girdlegard, and it consists of a variety of races and divisions within those races.

There are the men, wizards, dwarves and elves who are 'the good' and then there are the orcs, älf, and other evil creatures taken over by 'The Perished Land' who are 'the bad ones'.

In this story all sides and races are tested against one another in the largest war known to Girdlegard. The Dwarves are divided into five parties, the firstlings, secondlings, thirdlings who are considered evil , fourthlings, and the fifthlings who were all wiped out many years before the setting of this tale.

There is a succession war happening between them as the ruler of the Dwarves as a whole is elderly, frail and close to death so a new leader must be chosen, however, powerful and evil forces are at work within the Dwarven home whether they know it or not and this leads to confusion and disarray on all sides.

Into this mess walks our hero, Tungdil. Tungdil is a dwarf who doesn't know his heritage. He was brought up by a wizard named Lot-Ionan and he was raised to know about diplomacy, scholarship and many other qualities unbeknown to most of Dwarven-kind.

These skills make him into the charismatic and relatable young dwarf that he is and we really see that these qualities lead him on his adventure.

Early in the book Tungdil is sent on a mission by Lot-Ionan to deliver something important and then to potentially reunite him with his family.

This journey happens to take him across a variety of the landscape and the dwarf gets his first tastes of battle early on.

He meets a whole hosts of characters and becomes entwined in the succession war, despite knowing nothing of his lineage or of his particular Dwarven qualities.

He is then charged with a far bigger task when evil begins to sweep the land and a new enemy threatens to destroy everything good across the Kingdoms.

This tale is so richly woven and well-crafted that each of these characters I have mentioned above made an impression which stuck with me and I could tell them apart despite the close spelling for many of their names and they all had their own personalities and agendas.

The story is told following two major story lines, Tungdil's adventure is the main one, but the situation in the Secondling's Dwarven Kingdom with the uncertainty over the succession of the King is the other.

There are also a few extra chapters which give insight into a few areas which are in different parts of the world and this all comes together and links up nicely at the end.

What I really liked about this story was that it grows and it gets better as it grows with new people being introduced, new roles being fulfilled and a more awesome adventure happening before our very eyes.

The story which starts with a small Dwarf knowing little about his race ends with a bang and a cliffhanger for the next book too.

I would certainly recommend this series and I do intend to continue along with it because the loveable little characters have charmed a way into my heart now and I need to find out what happens next Oct 15, [Name Redacted] marked it as to-read.

Brothers of the mine, rejoice! Swing, swing, swing with me Raise your pick and raise your voice! Sing, sing, sing with me Down and down into the deep, Who knows what we'll find beneath?

Diamonds, rubies, gold and more Hidden in the mountain store Born underground, suckled from a teat of stone Raised in the dark, the safety of our mountain home Skin made of iron, steel in our bones To dig and dig makes us free!

Come on brothers, sing with me! I am a dwarf and I'm digging a hole Diggy diggy hole, diggy d Brothers of the mine, rejoice!

I am a dwarf and I'm digging a hole Diggy diggy hole, diggy diggy hole I am a dwarf and I'm digging a hole Diggy diggy hole, digging a hole!

The sunlight will not reach this low Deep, deep in the mine Never seen the blue moon glow Dwarves won't fly so high Fill a glass and down some mead!

Stuff your bellies at the feast! Stumble home and fall asleep Dreaming in our mountain keep Born underground, grown inside a rocky womb The earth is our cradle, the mountain shall become our tomb Face us on the battlefield, you will meet your doom We do not fear what lies beneath!

We can never dig too deep! Sep 02, Stephen Burns rated it it was ok. I don't want to give it a negative review, because I can understand why some people would like it.

I like the main characters, especially the twins. Is intuition a special gifting? Why would they make that decision?

I need to b I don't want to give it a negative review, because I can understand why some people would like it. I need to be part of the process a a reader or it feels lilke a plot device and I'm taken out of the story.

Like I said, though, I can understand why some people would like it. It just hit a fe too many of my pet peeves.

View all 5 comments. May 06, Aaron rated it it was amazing. Great epic adventure with dwarven protagonists.

The world, the sights, the various peoples are well described and believable is this fantasy. I'm sure everyone will compare this to The Hobbit with a diminutive hero sent on a mission to save their world.

But this story stands on its own and was a delight to read without twisting the tongue around unpronounceable names.

Jun 08, Patricia Crowther rated it liked it. For me, in this type of fantasy where a band gathers for a quest, one of my favourite things is the interaction and banter between those characters.

And this just fell flat in that respect. The dialogue generally was just not very sophisticated which was disappointing. Dec 18, Elisabeth Schell rated it it was amazing.

The Dwarves by Markus Heitz is a story about a dwarf by the name of Tungdil who was raised among humans in Grindlegard by a magus, Lot Ionan.

Lot Ionan sends Tungdil on a journey to run some long distance errands for him and over the course of his journey everything changes.

He meets fellow dwarves for the first time in his life and soon finds out that he was nominated to be a candidate for High King, his foster-father Lot Ionan is killed and Grindlegard is being taken over by the perished land The Dwarves by Markus Heitz is a story about a dwarf by the name of Tungdil who was raised among humans in Grindlegard by a magus, Lot Ionan.

He meets fellow dwarves for the first time in his life and soon finds out that he was nominated to be a candidate for High King, his foster-father Lot Ionan is killed and Grindlegard is being taken over by the perished land and Nudin, a magus that turned to the darkside in the search of knowledge.

It is up to Tungdil to set out on a quest to forge the only weapon that is capable of defeating Nudin: Keenfire. On his journey he encounters orcs, älfs, and traitor dwarves who all stand in the way of the mission succeeding.

The author introduces you into the elaborate society of the dwarves: their cuisine, hobbies and occupations, the set up of their families.

I would recommend this book to any fantasy fiction fans who are looking for another series to get into.

If you liked the Lord of the Rings, The Dwarves might interest you. Also, the reading is less difficult then Lord of the Rings. View 1 comment.

Nov 24, Jessica rated it it was amazing. This book was by far and away the most interesting thing I've read in the last few months!

I thoroughly enjoyed it, and didn't mind staying up late just so I could keep reading it. The story follows Tungdil Goldhand on his adventures through Girldegard, first to find his folk and kinsmen, and then in an epic journey to save Girdlegard from those that would destroy it.

This was definitely a different take on Dwarves. Here they aren't just the little bearded people, they are THE bearded people!

Th This book was by far and away the most interesting thing I've read in the last few months! The characters were well thought out, and easy to identify with, and even to love in some ways.

It was so easy to get swept up in their battles, and want them to win! And yet it was also easy to feel bad for the villain of the tale.

Was he really a monster? Or was he perhaps to arrogant for his own good? I'd say that Dwarves is up there with Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series, at least for me.

But you should decide for yourself. I can't wait to start the next in the series! Jul 16, Bryan Alexander rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy.

I read this together with my year-old son. He prefers science fiction to fantasy, but is intrigued by dwarves.

It's a fun read in that context. We enjoyed some of the characters' schtick, the development of a fantasy world, the protagonist's growth into a leader, the defeats of various bad guys.

In a sense, it's a young adult book. The focus is on a young person, upon whose shoulders ever-escalating challenges are placed.

Adult society is fouled up, and can ultimately only be helped by the youn I read this together with my year-old son.

Adult society is fouled up, and can ultimately only be helped by the young. Here the world of Girdlegard is nearly destroyed by a demon-possessed sorcerer, after various leaders prove incompetent to stop him.

As a fantasy reader I was interested by the focus on dwarves out of the post-Tolkien fantasy repertoire. Nothing earth-shaking or surreal, just a nice kind of travelogue or perspective shift.

I loved the cover though! Oct 28, Drumerino rated it it was amazing. An epic start to an epic book series! In my opinion the first book about the small stubborn drinkers and fighters was much different from the others.

Up to now I've read parts and I'm currently reading part 5. When I say, that the first part is different, I really mean it that way, and am not trying to say the others are not as good.

Just the basic atmosphere is different to the other 4 books. In the first book you can look forward to a fun story with a lot of humour. Markus Heitz really takes An epic start to an epic book series!

Markus Heitz really takes his time to introduce you to the story and the world and is always up for a good joke. At least in German which was the language I read the book in I had to laugh a lot and I did not once have the feeling that Markus made a bad joke or that he tried too hard to be funny neither in any of the other books, his humour is priceless.

So if you like smiling and laughing, read it! If you don't like jokes embedded within stories, read it too!

The sturdy nature of the Mountain Rock, combined with the Dwarven masonry and the Dwarven quality of the defenders' weapons, reduced the hitting power of the Easterlings' two-armed catapults and semi-automatic ballistas, and allowed the defenders to drive the attackers from the Mountain and out of Brand's realm.

During the Fourth Age, which began after the destruction of Mordor and Sauron, Dwarves and Men re-forged their friendship.

During this time, Dwarves from the Lonely Mountain helped rebuild cities in Gondor and the fortress of Helm's Deep , and some went to the newly established Dwarven realm of the Glittering Caves where Gimli was lord.

It was rumored that in FO , Gimli and Legolas boarded a ship that sailed down the river Anduin, and then sailed to Valinor.

Gimli was thus the only Dwarf to ever be permitted to cross to the Undying Lands. Dwarf-lords raising their rings. Dwarves were a short, stocky race, a little taller than hobbits but much broader and heavier.

Most Dwarves had thick, luxuriant beards in which they took great pride, and often forked or braided them and tucked them into their belts.

They seem to have favoured simple durable clothing, coloured hoods and heavy cloaks for travelling, and belts of gold or silver.

For battle their soldiers would have elaborately crafted armor and helmets, bearing various angles and styles that were trademarks of Dwarven crafting styles.

Their armor was masked with symbols after the manner of those used in forges for shielding the eyes that were hideous to look upon.

Dwarven women were alike in manner, voice and appearance to their menfolk. They were few in number, less than a third of all dwarf-kind, and they were seldom seen outside their own halls, often not venturing far due to their duties as caretakers and crafters in Dwarven society.

They typically only travelled when in great need, and they usually dressed similarly to Dwarf men. This often led other folk to believe there were no women among the Dwarves, that Dwarves grew from stone when created.

Few female Dwarven warriors were known, but some tales say that female Dwarves were as fierce as their male counterparts, especially in protecting their families and offspring.

Dwarves were usually monogamous, and fewer than one-third of Dwarven men took a wife, the rest busying themselves with their crafts.

Dwarves were a proud and stern race and were made to be sturdy to resist the dangers of their time. They were physically very strong, had great endurance, especially in the ability to resist heat and cold, and they made light of heavy burdens.

Dwarves lived longer than Men [2] , often up to two-hundred-and-fifty years. Dwarves had the ability to learn new artisanal skills quickly, especially those dealing with metal or stone.

Dwarves were typically stubborn, secretive, and fiercely loyal to friends and family. They treat and care for each other, even strangers among their kind like family.

They cared greatly about mining, crafting, crafts, gold and gems, their acquisition of which often fueled the envy of the Elves.

Dwarves were easily offended by rude comments, and had a propensity to hold long-lasting grudges.

Dwarves were often seen as greedy, but their nature gave them resistance to many external influences, including to the evil of the Rings of Power given them.

The Dwarves were some of the greatest miners ever to exist in Middle-earth. The Dwarves dug immense halls under mountains where they built their cities.

Dwarven miners dug for precious minerals such as gold, iron, copper, and silver from all over mountains in Middle-earth, though the Dwarves considered coal mining degrading.

While mining beneath the Lonely Mountains, they discovered the Arkenstone at the Heart of the Mountain. They were also capable masons and smiths - Dwarven smithing skills were said to be rivaled only by those of the Elves, and their masonry creations were bested by none.

The skill of the Dwarves was unmatched; they crafted objects of great beauty out of diamond, emerald, ruby and sapphire.

Everything Dwarven was beautifully crafted and intricate. Dwarven armies were vast and powerful, and possessed vast legions of soldiers, cavalry and siege weapons, and their soldiers were equipped with powerful weapons, armors and tools for battle.

Many different weapons were utilized by their soldiers, such as swords, axes, throwing axes, throwing knives, and warhammers. They had a knack for starting a fire almost anywhere out of almost anything.

Although they knew how, Dwarves did not farm or herd often, as they preferred to spend their time underground mining and crafting.

They rather traded crafted items with men and elves in exchange for food. Their cities appeared to be constructed just under mountains or mountain ranges.

Dwarven miners would excavate into the mountains to create an entrance, and then dig through and under the mountain to create the groundwork for their cities.

Dwarven cities were absolutely massive and very expansive, reaching the far depths of the earth. Dwarves continued to mine in their cities to expand them and discover more resources like precious metals and minerals.

Dwarven cities ran throughout mountains and mountain ranges, stretched up, down and side-to-side in the massive caverns beneath the surface, but it was largely unknown how cities were structured and sectioned off.

In Khazad-dum, there was a section of the city known as the Chamber of Mazarbul , also known as the Chamber of Records.

The beauty of the Dwarves' cities was legend. One stronghold, Erebor located in the Lonely Mountains , had its wealth coming from precious gems hewn from rock and in "great seams of gold running like rivers through stone.

A name for where the Dwarves' were located was Phurunargian, which meant Dwarf-delving in the Common Tongue.

The language was harsh sounding, and sounded strange to other peoples.

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Share Embed. Read Critic Reviews. Add to Cart. Package info. Add all DLC to Cart. About This Game The Dwarves is a fantasy role-playing game with a strong story and tactically challenging real-time battles.

Take on superior numbers of orcs, ogres, älfs, bögnilim, zombies, dark mages and many more foes, to give them the low-down.

You can pause anytime to tactically plan the next smart move. Captivating story: Join the dwarf Tungdil on his adventurous journey across Girdlegard.

Explore the world: Uncover secrets, learn more about the game world and its inhabitants, and solve optional puzzles.

Delve into the world map: Girdlegard ranges from snow-covered summits to shimmering deserts. You can move freely on the world map, meet numerous characters, and experience adventures.

But beware: A lot of your actions on the world map have far-reaching consequences! Finally the coolest fantasy people are in the spotlight.

The NPC days of the bearded axe-wielders are over — the age of the dwarves has come! One stronghold, Erebor located in the Lonely Mountains , had its wealth coming from precious gems hewn from rock and in "great seams of gold running like rivers through stone.

A name for where the Dwarves' were located was Phurunargian, which meant Dwarf-delving in the Common Tongue.

The language was harsh sounding, and sounded strange to other peoples. No person who was not a Dwarf was permitted to learn any of its words, for it was guarded jealously.

When around other races, the Dwarves seldom spoke in Khuzdul. Certainly in the First Age when they first made contact with the Elves, the only tongue in Beleriand would have been Sindarin , as the Noldor had not yet returned from Aman.

As a logical consequence, Sindarin was a language used by the Dwarves. In fact, they were so impressed by the Elvish runes the Cirth of Daeron for writing Sindarin that they adopted them for use in their own tongue, and used them forever more.

The Dwarves used Angerthas , a runic writing system based on Cirth. There were different variations of Angerthas, which varied by each Dwarven clan; the Dwarves of Khazad-dum had their own variation and introduced a number of unsystematic changes in the system.

The Dwarves of Erebor also used a further modification of the system, which was known as the mode of Erebor. The mode of Erebor was notably exemplified in the Book of Mazarbul.

Some examples of Angerthas were seen in notable Dwarven texts, including the Book of Mazarbul, Thror's Map , as well as other objects such as the Key to the Side-door , the key which unlocked the side door of Erebor.

Dwarven soldiers usually used axes as their weapon of choice because it can be used as a tool or a weapon, but in addition to axes they used hatchets, mattocks, short swords , war hammers, and very occasionally there is mention of Dwarven archers.

As for armor, Dwarves favored chain-mail and other metallic armor — the most expensive and precious of which was ring mail made of Mithril.

It was worn during the battle and later protected his nephew Frodo throughout his quest. Gandalf said that this small coat was worth more than the whole of the Shire combined.

Many songs were sung in the halls of the Dwarves. Of the races of Arda, Dwarves were the most resistant to corruption and influence of Morgoth and later of Sauron.

The seven Rings of Power of the dwarves did not turn them to evil, but it did amplify their greed and lust for gold. It is said that very few willfully served the side of darkness.

The Hobbit refers to these as " wicked dwarves ". Of the seven houses. During the early parts of the Third Age, it is known that in some places wicked dwarves had made alliances with the goblins and orcs.

It is however unclear if these refer to Dwarves beyond Iron Hills the most eastern known stronghold of the Dwarves [14] Because Dwarves were not evil by nature, few ever served the Enemy of their own free will.

In some of Tolkien's earliest writings the Dwarven race as a whole was portrayed as an evil creation of Melkor , but Tolkien's ideas evolved as he continued to write about the Dwarves.

The Dwarves lived and mined in several places throughout Middle-earth many times, which included:. Dwarves would, as a rule, not tell people of other races their real names, but take names in Westron instead, and keep their real names secret, not even on their tombs would they inscribe it.

A significant part of the prophecy describes the pagan world view of the Vikings, and in that part can be found the Count of Dwarves, which is mostly a list of names.

All the dwarf names from the Hobbit are taken from that source as well as the name of Gandalf. Only a few Dwarves in the works of Tolkien have original names in Khuzdul.

In the earliest forms of Tolkien's Middle-earth mythology, the Dwarves were mistaken to be evil beings created by Melkor , and were also called the 'Nauglath'.

Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Third Age In Third Age , after centuries of greedy digging for mithril and other minerals, the Dwarves woke a Balrog that was sleeping in the deeps of the Misty Mountains since the First Age.

Physiology King Dain II Dwarves were a proud and stern race and were made to be sturdy to resist the dangers of their time.

Architecture The deep halls of the Lonely Mountain. The dwarves are upon you! Weapons and armour " Each one of his folk was clad in a hauberk of steel mail that hung to his knees, and his legs were covered with hose of a fine and flexible metal mesh In battle they wielded heavy two-handed mattocks; but each of them had also a short broad sword at his side and a round shield slung at his back.

Their beards were forked and plaited and thrust into their belts. Their caps were of iron and they were shod with iron, and their faces were grim.

Originally from the Blue Mountains , they were paired but Tolkien never cleared which tribe built Nogrod and which Belegost. Originated in the Far East; Orocarni.

Races of the Creatures of Arda. Categories :. Durin I. Durin II. Around the turn of millennium, the Dwarves developed more of a manic pop punk influence.

Their shows have been notable for some aggressive fights on stage with the audience and even a cop , and because HeWhoCannotBeNamed performs either in nothing but a jockstrap or totally nude, apart from his trademark "Rey Mysterio" wrestling mask.

Many of their album covers were intentionally confrontational, often featuring dwarf actor Bobby Faust with an assortment of naked women, sometimes with sacrilegious themes such as re-enacting the Crucifixion.

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