The Lord of the Rings: Shadow of the East
Bree-land is an Arthadan crown-fief centered around the junction of the Arnorian East and North Roads. It is relatively unfortified, a result of the mystique of Elendil’s royal roads and the fixation of the Arthadan kings on their northeastern border. The inhabitants are mainly of ancient Daen stock, although culturally they are Eriadorian through and through. The fief contains four villages within its boundaries: Bree, on the western slope of Bree-hill; Staddle, on the other side of the hill; Combe, a few miles to the east; and Archet, a few miles northeast of Bree. The Chetwood, a good-sized but tame forest, is considered part of Bree-land and lies just north of Archet. Each village is small and consists primarily of farmhouses and cottages with a few craft shops.