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{{disambig-two|the pass in [[Mordor]]|[[Middle-earth Role Playing|MERP]] supplement|[[Gates of Mordor (book)]]}}
 
[[Image:Brothers Hildebrandt - Gates of Mordor.jpg|thumb|250px|''Gate of Mordor'' by [[Brothers Hildebrandt]].]]
 
[[Image:Brothers Hildebrandt - Gates of Mordor.jpg|thumb|250px|''Gate of Mordor'' by [[Brothers Hildebrandt]].]]
 
The '''Gate of Mordor''' (also <b>the gates of Mordor</b>) was a term for the defended pass in the northwest of [[Mordor]], and great [[Black Gate]] - the [[Morannon]] - that protected it. The Gates opened onto a narrow valley, [[Udûn (valley)|Udûn]], and were highly defensible. Indeed, they were only successfully assaulted once in their history, by the armies of the [[Last Alliance of Elves and Men|Last Alliance]].
 
The '''Gate of Mordor''' (also <b>the gates of Mordor</b>) was a term for the defended pass in the northwest of [[Mordor]], and great [[Black Gate]] - the [[Morannon]] - that protected it. The Gates opened onto a narrow valley, [[Udûn (valley)|Udûn]], and were highly defensible. Indeed, they were only successfully assaulted once in their history, by the armies of the [[Last Alliance of Elves and Men|Last Alliance]].
  
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Latest revision as of 18:27, 13 June 2012

This article is about the pass in Mordor. For the MERP supplement, see Gates of Mordor (book).
Gate of Mordor by Brothers Hildebrandt.

The Gate of Mordor (also the gates of Mordor) was a term for the defended pass in the northwest of Mordor, and great Black Gate - the Morannon - that protected it. The Gates opened onto a narrow valley, Udûn, and were highly defensible. Indeed, they were only successfully assaulted once in their history, by the armies of the Last Alliance.