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'''Drúadan Forest'''[[File:Forest_fo_Druedan.png|thumb|The Rohirrim Ride through Druadan in the New Line film ]], also known as '''The Grey Wood,''' was a forest north of [[Gondor]] which was inhabited by the [[Drúedain]], the Wild Men of the Woods.
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'''[[File:Bfme_he35_01.jpg|thumb|400px|Druadan Forest]]Drúadan Forest'''[[File:Forest_fo_Druedan.png|thumb|The Rohirrim Ride through Druadan in the New Line film ]], also known as '''The Grey Wood,''' was a forest north of [[Gondor]] which was inhabited by the [[Drúedain]], the Wild Men of the Woods.
   
 
The men of [[Rohan]] passed through the forest on their way to [[Minas Tirith]], guided by [[Ghân-buri-Ghân]]. There was a road there, created long ago by the "Stonehouse-folk" (Gondorians), that everyone except the Wild Men had forgotten. It would have taken the Drúedain from sunrise to noon to walk it, but it required around ten hours for all of Rohan's army to get through. Each company of soldiers was guided by a Wild Man, who also sent out scouts to keep their movements secret.
 
The men of [[Rohan]] passed through the forest on their way to [[Minas Tirith]], guided by [[Ghân-buri-Ghân]]. There was a road there, created long ago by the "Stonehouse-folk" (Gondorians), that everyone except the Wild Men had forgotten. It would have taken the Drúedain from sunrise to noon to walk it, but it required around ten hours for all of Rohan's army to get through. Each company of soldiers was guided by a Wild Man, who also sent out scouts to keep their movements secret.

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Drúadan Forest
Forest fo Druedan

The Rohirrim Ride through Druadan in the New Line film

, also known as The Grey Wood, was a forest north of Gondor which was inhabited by the Drúedain, the Wild Men of the Woods.

The men of Rohan passed through the forest on their way to Minas Tirith, guided by Ghân-buri-Ghân. There was a road there, created long ago by the "Stonehouse-folk" (Gondorians), that everyone except the Wild Men had forgotten. It would have taken the Drúedain from sunrise to noon to walk it, but it required around ten hours for all of Rohan's army to get through. Each company of soldiers was guided by a Wild Man, who also sent out scouts to keep their movements secret.

In the Fourth Age, Aragorn declared that the men of the forest would have the land to themselves because of their help during the war.

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