Nazgul Sword Of The Ringwraith

The Nazgul, from Black Speech Nazg, meaning ring, and Gul meaning wraith or spirit, the Ringwraiths, are also known as the Nine Riders or Black or Dark Riders, and are the evil servants of Sauron. The nine Nazgul arose as Sauron’s most powerful servants in the Second Age of Middle-earth. It is said that three of the Nine were originally the great lords of Nemenor. All were powerful mortal men to whom Sauron each gave one of the nine rings of power that were forged for men. It was Sauron’s design to control the Nine Rings through the power of his One Ring, forged in secret for this purpose. This proved to be their undoing.

The corrupting effect of the Rings extended their earthly lives far beyond their mortal life-spans, while their bodily forms faded over time until they had become entirely invisible to mortal eyes. They assumed visible form only under their outward black attire. The red reflection in their eyes could be plainly distinguished even in daylight, and in a rage they appeared in a hellish fire. They had many weapons, which included long swords of steel and flame, daggers with magical venomous properties and black maces of great strength.

Their arsenal of deadly armaments was not confined to physical weapons, they were perpetually surrounded by an aura of terror, which affected all but the most powerful living creatures, their breath was poisonous, and their cries caused terror and despair and the Lord of the Nazgul was notorious for practicing black sorcery.

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