from The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien
  Hunters roam the wild woods and plains of Middle-earth, far from the bounds of town and village. They stalk their prey over outlying lands where dark, forbidding ruins loom over treetops. Like the beasts they hunt, they can move across the land unseen and unheard by enemies. In battle they rely on snares and agility to avoid the attacks of their foes.
  Only the most valorous Hunters are admitted into the ranks of the Rangers of the North. They are no longer mere hunters, but hunters of the servants of the Enemy. Their strange powers of sight, hearing, and beast-lore arouse suspicion in the simple folk they are sworn to protect. Unlike true Rangers, they are not of N

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016