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Middle-earth weapons and armour - Wikipedia Glamdring (Sindarin: Foe-hammer) is the sword in The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and Unfinished Tales forged in the First Age by the High Elves of the hidden city ...

Middle-earth weapons and armour - Wikipedia Middleearth portal Weapons and armour of Middleearth are found in J Mightier Than The Sword R R Tolkiens Middleearth fantasy writings such as The Hobbit The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion Wars and battles are featured in much of Tolkiens writings and weapons and armour are often given special attention 12 Tolkien modelled his fictional warfare on the Ancient and Early Middle periods of history His depiction of weapons and armour particularly reflect the Northern European culture of Beowulf the Norse sagas and similar works Tolkien established this relationship in The Fall of Gondolin the first story in his legendarium to be written In this story the Elves of Gondolin use mail armour swords shields spears axes and bows which is consistent with Northern European warfare In Tolkiens writings these kinds of weapons and armour are used by his fictional races including Elves Dwarves Men Hobbits and Orcs 2 Like his sources Tolkien sometimes uses the motif of ceremonial runic inscriptions in his fictional items of warfare to show these items are magical and have their own history 1 Contents 1 Terminology 2 General items 2 1 Swords 2 2 Knives 2 3 Axes 2 4 Bows 2 5 Armour 3 Named items 3 1 Aeglos 3 2 Anglachel 3 3 Angrist 3 4 Anguirel 3 5 Aranrúth 3 6 Belthronding 3 7 Black Arrow 3 8 Dragonhelm of Dorlómin 3 9 Dramborleg 3 10 Durins Axe 3 11 Glamdring 3 12 Grond 3 13 Gurthang 3 14 Gúthwinë 3 15 Hadhafang 3 16 Herugrim 3 17 Narsil 3 18 Orcrist 3 19 Red Arrow 3 20 Ringil 3 21 Sting 4 References Terminologyedit Tolkien devised several constructed languages with terms for types of weapons Sword Noldorin Sindarin magl magol3North Sindarin magor4Quenya makil macil3Noldorin Sindarin crist 5 Dagger Knife Noldorin Sindarin sigil Quenya sicil 6 Axe North Sindarin hathol4 Quenya pelekko Hooker notes the similarity of the Greek πέλεκυς pélekys doubleheaded axe7Khuzdul baruk construct state reconstructed singular burk8 Spear Quenya hatal9 also ehte10 Bow Noldorin Sindarin peng also poetically cû arch Quenya quinga 11 Arrow Quenya pilin pl pilindi12 Hooker notes the similarity of the Latin pīlum javelin throwing spear with cognates in the Old High German pfīl Modern German Pfeil Old English pīl late Old Norse píla and the Dutch pijl 13 Tolkien also devised terms for specific makes of weapons like lango broad sword eket ecet short sword and lhang cutlass sword 14Lhang was used for a large twohanded curvedbladed sword with a long handle used by Elves in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy 15 General itemsedit Swordsedit Swords symbolized physical prowess in battle for Tolkien following Northern European culture 1 Tolkien writes that Elves and Dwarves produced the best swords and other war gear and that Elvish swords glowed blue in the presence of Orcs Elves generally used straight swords while Orcs generally used curved swords Both races have exceptions Egalmoth of Gondolin used a curved sword and the Urukhai of Isengard used short broad blades Tolkien so often mentions the use of shields together with swords that it seems onehanded swords would be the norm 2 In The Lord of the Rings film trilogy most Elvish swords are curved but some named swords are interpreted as twohanded longswords The films also embellished upon Tolkiens descriptions of swords and other weapons by making up inscriptions for these items 15 Knivesedit Knives are mentioned in Tolkiens works sometimes as backup weaponssuch as the nondescript long knife of Legolas the archer 2 However some individual knives are given more significance through naming e g Sting see below 1 While Sting may be only a dagger to an adult Man or Elf in the hands of a Hobbit is a formidable sword Knives of a certain type without proper formal names are also used to further the plot The Witchking of Angmar leader of the Nazgûl used a magical dagger called a Morgulblade to wound Frodo Baggins The dark magic of the knife gravely affects Frodos wellbeing threatening to turn him into a wraith Recurring ill effects from the wound contribute to Frodos eventual departure to Valinor 16 The weapon may owe something to the Old English tradition of the elfshot The term appears in Old English medical texts and charms and refers to illnesses of presumed supernatural origin 17 A magical dagger forged by the Men of Westernesse to fight the powers of Mordor and recovered from a barrow by Tom Bombadil informally called a Barrowblade proves instrumental in bringing about the death of the Witchking 18 For The Lord of the Rings film trilogy some characters such as Aragorn was gifted with an Elven hunting knife which he retained well towards the Battle of the Black Gate Boromirs costume design included throwing knives and Legolas now possessed twin fighting knives carried in sheaths near his quiver 15 Axesedit Axes are used by most races in Tolkiens writings most notably the Dwarves2 who used the battle cry Axes of the Dwarves The Dwarves are upon you Khuzdul Baruk Khazâd Khazâd aimênu19 For The Lord of the Rings film trilogy Gimli the Dwarf was assigned various axes of different makes during the course of the films 15 The Sindarin Elves of Doriath also favoured axes as weapons during the First Age Bowsedit Bows of different sizes and construction are featured in Tolkiens works Elves of Lothlórien Men and Urukhai used longbows while Elves of Mirkwood and Orcs of Mordor used smaller ones These bows are said to be made of wood horn and even steel 2 Sometimes individual arrows are given special mention in Tolkiens works In The Hobbit the Black Arrow was a royal heirloom used to kill the dragon Smaug 20 In The Lord of the Rings the Red Arrow was a token used by Gondor to summon its allies in time of need 21 In the Lord of the Rings film trilogy the Red Arrow is omitted and its role is conflated with the Beacons of Gondor 22 The films also assign a bow to Aragorn and crossbows to the Urukhai In Tolkiens writings Aragorn is armed only with the sword Andúril below and crossbows are nowhere mentioned 15 Armouredit Armour in Tolkiens fiction is mainly in the form of mail or scale shirts in keeping with Ancient and Early Middle periods of history 2 In contrast the Lord of the Rings film trilogy features plate armour suits in the style of the High and Late Middle periods 15 These kinds of plate armour are not found in Tolkiens writings but plate does appear in the form of individual pieces such as vambraces forearm guards or greaves leg and shin guards As with other items of war Elves and Dwarves produced the best armour A mail shirt forged by Dwarves from the fictional metal mithril appears in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings worn in turn by the protagonists Bilbo and Frodo Baggins 223 Named itemsedit Tolkien emulated his Northern European mythological and literary sources in creating weapons and armour with names real examples of named weapons include Hrunting and Nægling in Beowulf Tyrfing in the Elder Edda and Gram in the Völsunga saga The items illustrate the passage of time and the transfer of power or fate to their future bearers 1 Aeglosedit Aeglos Sindarin Snow Point i e icicle24 also spelled Aiglos is the spear wielded by Gilgalad12526Aiglos is also the name of a type of plant in Middleearth which most notably grew on Amon Rûdh Aeglos is also the name of a Tolkienist semiannual almanac published by the Polish Silesian ScienceFiction Club parent organisation of the Polish Tolkien Society 27 Anglacheledit Anglachel Sindarin Iron of the Flaming Star was a sword forged of meteoritic iron by Eöl the Dark Elf given to Thingol King of Doriath as a fee for leave to dwell in Nan Elmoth It could cleave all earthdelved iron Later wielded by Beleg Strongbow and ultimately Túrin282930 Anglachel was reforged and renamed Gurthang Sindarin Iron of Death31 Túrin used Gurthang to kill Glaurung the Father of Dragons and later used the sword to take his own life in recompense for the accidental slaying of Beleg and the unjust slaying of Brandir The stories endow the sword with a personality Melian the Maia perceived malice in it as it was given to Beleg Cúthalion and the elf Gwindor observed that Anglachel so named then seemed to mourn the death of Beleg at the hand of his friend Túrin by Anglachel itself Túrin asked the sword whether it would slay him swiftly if he cast himself on its point and it responded at length the only instance of Gurthang speaking with voice The depiction of the sword was influenced by that of the sword of the Finnish character Kullervo in the Kalevala 132 Angristedit Angrist Sindarin Ironcleaver33 was a knife made by the great weaponsmith Telchar of Nogrod and borne by Curufin Beren who had taken it from Curufin used it to cut a magical Silmaril jewel out of Morgoths iron crown as Beren attempted to remove another the knife snapped 134 In the earliest version of Berens story in The Book of Lost Tales he uses an ordinary household knife the element of Curufins involvement in Berens affairs came later 35 Anguireledit Anguirel Sindarin Iron of Eternity is the sword forged by Eöl the Dark Elf similar to Anglachel which was given to Thingol of Doriath in The Silmarillion It was the mate of Anglachel was made of the same meteoritic iron and had the same physical properties and capabilities as Anglachel but there is no evidence of sentience in Anguirel Anguirel was kept by Eöl until it was stolen by his son Maeglin 136 Aranrúthedit Aranrúth Sindarin Kings Ire37 is the sword wielded by Thingol of Doriath in The Silmarillion 138 Later the sword of the Kings of Númenor Belthrondingedit Belthronding SindarinIlkorin Intractable Bow39 is the bow wielded by Beleg Cúthalion Strongbow in The Silmarillion and The Lays of Beleriand 140 Black Arrowedit Black Arrow was used by Bard the Bowman41 mentioned by him as having been used many times always successfully and always having been recovered An heirloom from many generations of Bards family and believed by him to have been made in the forges of the King under the Mountain Bard recites its history before urging it to go now and speed well and successfully shooting Smaug The arrow was lost with the Dragons corpse in the Long Lake In Peter Jacksons Hobbit films the Black Arrows significance was elaborated on Instead of being a regularsized arrow the Black Arrow was the size of a short spear and was used as ammunition for the windlance in Dale All but one were used to defend the city from Smaug during his invasion but it only broke one of his scales and Dale was subsequently destroyed The final Black Arrow was kept by Bards family as an heirloom When Smaug attacked Lake Town Bard attempted to shoot Smaug with his bow but his arrows could not do any harm to Smaug After receiving the Black Arrow from his son Bain Bard constructed an improvised ballista and fired the Black Arrow at Smaugs weak spot which successfully hit its mark and killed Smaug Dragonhelm of Dorlóminedit The Dragonhelm of Dorlómin is the fabulous helmet owned and used by lords of the House of Hador such as Húrin and Túrin 1 Also known as the Helm of Hador The helm was made of heavy steel decorated with gold and runes and a gold likeness of Glaurung the Dragon was set upon its crest It had originally been made for a Dwarfking by Telchar the great Dwarfcraftsman of Nogrod 42 The Dwarfking was Azaghâl of the neighbouring city of Belegost he gave it to Maedhros who gave it to Fingon Fingon gave it to Hador himself along with the lordship of Dorlómin 43 Dramborlegedit Dramborleg Sindarin ThudderSharp44 is the axe belonging to Tuor son of Huor in The Book of Lost Tales and Unfinished Tales 1 Durins Axeedit Durins Axe was part of the regalia and weaponry of the Dwarfkings of Khazaddûm In T A  2989 Balin attempted to recolonize Khazaddûm by then called Moria and the early records of the colony mention Durins Axe indicating it was sought for or even found 45 Glamdringedit An example of the sword Glamdring forged after the description in The Lord of the Rings Glamdring Sindarin Foehammer46 is the sword in The Hobbit The Lord of the Rings and Unfinished Tales 147 forged in the First Age by the High Elves of the hidden city of Gondolin It belonged first to Turgon the King of Gondolin Thousands of years later in T A  2941 Gandalf appropriated it after it was discovered among the hoard of the three trolls in The Hobbit and he carried it throughout his journeys with Bilbo Baggins and the Fellowship of the Ring It was the mate of Orcrist and like Orcrist would glow blue whenever orcs were nearby Glamdring was nicknamed Beater by the Goblins of the Misty Mountains Grondedit Grond Sindarin Club is the mace of Morgoth in The Silmarillion48 also a battering ram in The Lord of the Rings149 used to assault the Great Gate of Minas Tirith Grond the battering ram was inuniverse named after Morgoths mace Grond they named it in memory of the Hammer of the Underworld of old 50 In the RankinBass adaptation of The Return of the King the ram Grond is called the arm of the devil also named the hammer of the underworld Gurthangedit See Anglachel Gúthwinëedit Gúthwinë Old English Battle Friend51 is the sword wielded by Éomer third marshal of the Riddermark in The Lord of the Rings 152 Hadhafangedit Hadhafang is the sword invented for Peter Jacksons The Lord of the Rings film trilogy where it was wielded by Arwen 15 The name is derived from Tolkiens etymological word list written in the 1930s here Tolkien provides the word hadhathang dissimilated havathang hadhafang which he translates as throngcleaver The author never actually used this name in any of his writings 53 Hadhafang is also wielded by Arwens father Elrond in The Hobbit film trilogy Herugrimedit Herugrim Old English Fierce Sword51 is the sword that belonged to Théoden 154 Narsiledit Narsil Quenya roughly Red and White Flame55 a sword in The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion5657 influenced by the legendary swords Tyrfing and Gram 1 The sword was forged during the First Age by the Dwarf Telchar58 of Nogrod a famous weaponsmith and artificer who also made the knife Angrist which cut a Silmaril from the crown of Morgoth and the Helm of Hador later used by Túrin Turambar By the end of the Second Age Narsil was borne by Elendil it was broken in the struggle of Elendil and Gilgalad against Sauron Isildur used the hiltshard to cut the One Ring from Saurons lifeless hand The shards acquiring the additional name the Sword that was Broken remained an heirloom of Isildurs heirs throughout the Third Age and were thus inherited by Aragorn In T A 3018 the sword was reforged as Andúril Quenya Flame of the West59 The shards of Narsil in Peter Jacksons The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring In the motion picture series directed by Peter Jackson Narsil was broken into six parts rather than two which were kept in Rivendell and broke not when Elendil fell but rather when Isildur reached for it and Sauron stomped on it It is also not reforged into Andúril until the third film when Arwen persuades Elrond to have elven smiths reforge it from the shards of Narsil and bring it to Aragorn In the book he actually wears the broken blade and shows it to the Hobbits when they meet at the Prancing Pony in Bree and its reforging prior to the departure of the Fellowship is a decisive move toward kingship The incident involving Aragorn disarming reluctantly before entering king Théodens palace Meduseld is omitted from the second film on the grounds that the sword he surrenders there is not Andúril However the first film does include an invented scene of Aragorn reverently placing the hilt of Narsil back into the display after Boromir knocks it from its podium onto the floor Prop Andúril showing runes on the blade and Tengwar inscription on the pommel In The Two Towers it is written that Aragorn uses Andúril with a shield from Théodens armoury during the Battle of the Hornburg In The Fellowship of the Ring it is also stated that his sword was similar to Boromirs who uses his with a shield consistently This coupled with Tolkiens comparisons of Middleearths clothing and war gear to that of Dark Age Europe and the Bayeux Tapestry60 would suggest that it and other swords would be singlehanded rather than the twohanded longsword depicted in the films which is more akin to the late medieval and Renaissance periods The filmmakers opted not to make Andúril glow at all keeping that property only for Sting Gandalfs sword Glamdring also did not glow in the presence of orcs Peter Jackson notes in his DVD commentary on The Fellowship of the Ring that this was an oversight not a deliberate change from the books Christopher Tolkien suggested that Narsil was introduced during the writing of The Lord of the Rings rather spontaneously It is possible that the Sword that was Broken actually emerged from the verse All that is gold does not glitter on this view in the earliest form of the verse the words a king may yet be without crown A blade that was broken be brandished were no more than a further exemplification of the general moral that not everything is what it appears to be 61 Following this references to the Sword were introduced during major recastings of At the Sign of the Prancing Pony and The Council of Elrond chapters 62 Originally the sword was only referred to as the Sword of Elendil or the Broken Sword later the name Branding from Old English brand sword was devised for the Sword Reforged 63 This was replaced by Andúril after the emergence of Narsil Orcristedit Orcrist Sindarin Goblincleaver46 a sword in The Hobbit 164 was originally forged in Gondolin and was nicknamed Biter by the Goblins of the Misty Mountains After finding it in a trollhoard Thorin Oakenshield carried the sword through the Misty Mountains and Mirkwood before being taken prisoner by the Elves and it was laid on his tomb after he died in the Battle of the Five Armies It is the mate of Glamdring In Peter Jacksons Hobbit films the sword is found and wielded by Thorin Oakenshield but ends up in the possession of Legolas who uses it in battle with the Orc Bolg but later returns it to Thorin so that the Dwarf may wield it against Azog the Defiler Like Anduril and Glamdring in the Lord of the Rings films it was not shown to glow in the presence of Orcs Red Arrowedit Red Arrow is a blackfeathered arrow barbed with steel its tip was painted red 65 It was a token used by Gondor to summon Rohan in time of dire need and may have been associated with the Oath of Eorl 66 In The Return of the King the Red Arrow was presented to Théoden by Hirgon with the message the Lord Denethor asks for all your strength and all your speed lest Gondor should fall at last 65 The Red Arrow has a historical antecedent in the Old English poem Elene in which Constantine the Great summoned an army of mounted Visigoths to his aid against the Huns by sending an arrow as a token of war 67 Théoden pledged his assistance but Hirgon was killed during the ride back to Minas Tirith leading Denethor to believe that no help was forthcoming from Rohan Ringiledit Ringil Sindarin ColdStar ColdSpark is a sword wielded by Fingolfin in The Silmarillion and The Lays of Beleriand It bit with chilling cold and glittered like ice with a pale light 1 This was the sword with which Fingolfin wounded Morgoth seven times causing the first dark lord to limp forever afterward 6869 In Tolkiens early writings Ringil was the name of one of the two pillars supporting the Two Lamps of primeval Middleearth 70 Stingedit Main article Sting Sting is a knife in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Although made by the Elves as a large knife it functioned well as a sword for the smaller race of Hobbits 171 Bilbo Baggins named the weapon after using it to fend off the giant spiders in Mirkwood forest then later passed it on to Frodo to use in his quest to destroy the One Ring Sting would glow blue whenever orcs or goblins were nearby 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