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Brandy Hall, as seen in The Lord of the Rings Online

Brandy Hall was a house built by Gorhendad Oldbuck in Buckland, who changed his name to "Brandybuck".

It covered a low hill in Buckland and was expanded as the Brandybuck family grew. By the time of the War of the Ring, the hall had "three large front-doors, many side-doors, and about a hundred windows." The Gaffer referred to it as "a regular warren." It was Frodo's childhood home before he was taken in by his uncle Bilbo Baggins.

The head of that family was called the Master of the Hall, and his authority was acknowledged between the villages of Stock and Rushey.

See also


Foreign Language Translated name
Danish Brænderupgård
Dutch Brandeburcht
Finnish Rankkihovi
French Castel Brandy
German Brandygut
Italian Villa Brandy
Polish Brandy sala
Russian Бренди Холл
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