1. Introduction

    There were many reports and complaints of strange persons and creatures prowling about the borders of the Shire, or over them: the first sign that all was not quite as it should be, and always as had been except in tales and legends of long ago. Few heeded the signs, those that did kept it very much to themselves...

  2. Introduction

    However in a quiet corner of the Shire one such group had taken notice, and they called themselves the Grand Order of the Lost Mathom. They were watchful and very resourceful but few knew their real business and fewer still dared speak about it... About us »

  3. Fifth Anniversary

    With their Fifth Anniversary now firmly behind them the hobbits of the Grand Order of the Lost Mathom are looking forward to another successful and fruitful year in the very best of company. If you have a love of old stories, curious tales from beyond the Bounds or are quick witted and knowledgeable now is the time to join us. Join Us »

Grand Order of the Lost Mathom

by Lina at 2:04 PM
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Tuckborough. Home to Tooks and Thains.
The seat of power in the Shire, where hobbit legends whisper to you from the smial walls.
Welcome to a hobbit historical field trip!
by Lina at 4:09 PM
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Snow and rain, cold and darkness, days too short... the winter is still here.
What better time to bring some warmth and look forward to spring?
None! So welcome to the Green Dragon Pre-spring party!
by Lina at 8:27 AM
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On 2nd February, we will have a special night at the Green Dragon: a riddle-themed evening! Does it have any riddles in its pocketses, precioussss? Then it should bring them to the Green Dragon and let the others make guesses!
by Lina at 4:45 PM
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Ambrinna has been in the Grand Order for one year already!
She'll host a party to celebrate!
Let's hope the quick post don't lose the invitations...
by Lina at 4:40 PM
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Winterstock is on this coming weekend. Them even say that the Brandy Badgers have woken up from their winter snooze to go visit there. Who will herd them rascally berry-eaters over there, though? Come see on Sunday!