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Grishnákh

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[[Image:John Howe - Grishnakh.jpg|thumb|''Grishnakh'' by [[John Howe]].]]
 
[[Image:John Howe - Grishnakh.jpg|thumb|''Grishnakh'' by [[John Howe]].]]
'''Grishnákh''' was an orc of [[Mordor]], and possibly one of the [[Uruk-hai]]. He was part of the raiding party that captured [[Merry]] and [[Pippin]] at [[Parth Galen]], and was slain by the [[Riders of Éomer]] near the eaves of [[Fangorn Forest]].
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'''Grishnákh''' was an orc of [[Mordor]], and possibly one of the [[Uruk-hai]]. He was part of the raiding party that captured [[Merry]] and [[Pippin]] at [[Parth Galen]]. He was described as being a short, crook-legged creature, broad, with long arms hanging almost to the ground.He was slain by the [[Riders of Éomer]] near the eaves of [[Fangorn Forest]].
  
 
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Revision as of 16:20, 10 February 2007

Grishnakh by John Howe.

Grishnákh was an orc of Mordor, and possibly one of the Uruk-hai. He was part of the raiding party that captured Merry and Pippin at Parth Galen. He was described as being a short, crook-legged creature, broad, with long arms hanging almost to the ground.He was slain by the Riders of Éomer near the eaves of Fangorn Forest.