History/About the FactionEdit
The Elvish realm of Lindon was founded in Year 1 of the Second Age by the Elvish survivors of the War of Wrath led by Gil-Galad. Their capital was Forlindon. After the war of the Last Alliance and after the death of Gil-galad, the lordship of Lindon passed to Círdan; and the line of Noldorin kings in Middle-Earth came to an end. With the loss of their king, many of the Noldor and Sindar left for Valinor. Following the war, many Elves began to come to the Grey Havens and sail to Valinor, further depleting Lindon's population. The kingdom began to dwindle as the ships continued to sail.
The Witch-King of Angmar attacked the Kingdom of Arnor and Lindon lent what aid it could to the Dúnedain , but after many years, the North-Kingdom was overthrown. The Dúnedain went into exile, and the kingdom of Lindon shrank rapidly. By the time of the War of the Ring, it was a shadow of its former glory, with only Mithlond , the Grey Havens, seeing regular traffic and activity.