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No New Posts Minas Morgul

Minas Morgul The city and fortress of Mordor, Minas Morgul was once called Minas Ithil, the Tower of the Moon. At the beginning of the Third Age it had been the sister city of Minas Anor (later known as Minas Tirith). It is located in a valley beneath the Mountains of Shadow.

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No New Posts The Dead Marshes

The Dead Marshes During the Last Alliance of Elves and Men, the Dead Marshes had been the site of the Battle of Dagorlad. Since then, the land gave way to the marshes which have consumed the bodies of the fallen, though they can still be seen floating in the eerie waters.

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No New Posts The Ash Mountains

The Ash Mountains Also known as Ered Lithui, this mountain range forms the northern border between Mordor and Rhovanion. These mountains derive their name from their blackened state due to the volcanic activity of Mount Doom.

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No New Posts The Mountains of Shadow

The Mountains of Shadow The Mountains of Shadow form Mordor's western and southern borders. The meet the Ash Mountains at the Black Gate, thus Mordor has natural defenses on three sides.

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No New Posts Sea of Núrnen

Sea of Núrnen Located in southeast Mordor, Núrnen is a large, dark and desolate body of water.

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No New Posts Barad-dûr

Barad-dûr Barad-dûr, otherwise known as the Dark Tower, was built during the Second Age and was the stronghold of the Dark Lord Sauron. It stands not far from Mount Doom.

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No New Posts Mount Doom

Mount Doom Also known as Orodruin, Mount Doom is the volcano that stands in Mordor. It is where the One Ring was forged and is the only place where it can be destroyed. As the Dark Lord merged his own power into the volcano, it lies dormant whilst Sauron is away from Mordor, gradually returning to life as his power grows.

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No New Posts Further Afield

Further Afield Mordor is home to a number of other places, such as the Plateau of Gorgoroth and Nurn, the slightly more fertile region where dry-land farming takes place.

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