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Gate of Mordor

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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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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).

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.