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Galheim
Magheim is a city in northern city in Arnor which was once a jewel in the kingdom but was devestated during the Orange Death and then ruined during a brief occupation by The Empire.

Magheim was founded during the initial forays of the Numenorians into Anor, and swiftly became the home of House Haleth of whom was a member of the Triumverate. House Haleth for many years was the most powerful of the three houses, but much like House Marach was brought low by the events of the Orange death so to was House Haleth who lost half their members to the plague, and was in a very weak position when the Arnor War begin. When the Empire invaded Arnor the first of the major cities to fall was Magheim and when The Empire took the city the forces that were left behind to hold the city basically lost control of the huge amount of Teutons that flooded into the city on vigilante missions to take shots at the Atlantians and Numenorians. In a year long occupation of the city nearly sixty percent of the remaining population were massacred, starved, fled, or were executed by the vengeful Teutons, and with these losses came the complete destruction of the Numenorians in the city of whom were publically hung outside of public areas.

History

Early History

Magheim was founded during the initial forays of the Numenorians into Anor, and swiftly became the home of House Haleth of whom was a member of the Triumverate. House Haleth for many years was the most powerful of the three houses, but much like House Marach was brought low by the events of the Orange death so to was House Haleth who lost half their members to the plague, and was in a very weak position when the Arnor War begin. When the Empire invaded Arnor the first of the major cities to fall was Magheim and when The Empire took the city the forces that were left behind to hold the city basically lost control of the huge amount of Teutons that flooded into the city on vigilante missions to take shots at the Atlantians and Numenorians. In a year long occupation of the city nearly sixty percent of the remaining population were massacred, starved, fled, or were executed by the vengeful Teutons, and with these losses came the complete destruction of the Numenorians in the city of whom were publically hung outside of public areas.

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