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The weapons of [[Sauron]]'s greatest servants—or, at least, of the [[Nazgûl]]—carried dark enchantments that cursed the wounds they inflicted. The wounds themselves varied; those suffered by Steward [[Boromir son of Denethor I|Boromir]] left him in crippling pain and shortened his life, while the wound taken by [[Frodo]] on [[Weathertop]] threatened to make him a wraith.
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The weapons of [[Sauron]]'s greatest servants—or, at least, of the [[Nazgûl]]—carried dark enchantments that cursed the wounds they inflicted. The wounds themselves varied; those suffered by Steward [[Boromir son of Denethor I|Boromir]] left him in crippling pain and shortened his life, while the wound taken by [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] on [[Weathertop]] threatened to make him a wraith.

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The weapons of Sauron's greatest servants—or, at least, of the Nazgûl—carried dark enchantments that cursed the wounds they inflicted. The wounds themselves varied; those suffered by Steward Boromir left him in crippling pain and shortened his life, while the wound taken by Frodo on Weathertop threatened to make him a wraith.