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As with Wordle, Lordle of the Rings uses five-letter words to represent the names in the main text of Lord of the Rings. So you can use mythical names, places, and words like "Frodo," "Bilbo," "Rohan," "Balrog," "shire," "Arwen," "Gimli," "Merry," "dwarf," and "troll." If you think you are a true Lord of the Rings fan, Lordle should be a good challenge for you.
Lordle of the Rings game does not ask you to guess random five-letter words but only focuses on words associated with the book Lord of the Rings. As per the official given on the webpage of the original guide, you should use only those five-letter words, including the names present in the trilogy ‘Lord of the Rings'. Lordle of the Rings allows you to make predictions based on all three books, namely The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King. For those who don't know, the book came out in three parts over the course of a year.
The rules of the game are pretty easy. You have five chances to guess the five-letter word, just like in the Wordle game. Whenever you make a guess, all of the letters you guessed will show up on a yellow, gray, or green background. If the tile turns gray, it means that the letter is not in the correct guess you want to make. A yellow background tile means that the letter is in the right answer but not in the right place. But when the tile's background is green, that letter will show up in the word and be in the right place.
Lordle of the Rings doesn't seem to keep track of your stats or winning streak, but it's free to play and probably won't be tracked by the secret ad trackers of the original game anymore. But you have to try new puzzles every day. Have fun!