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Following the death of Smaug in 2941 T.A. a vast host of Goblins and Wargs descended from the north to plunder the Dragon's hoard. The Dwarven armies of Dain and Thorin, together with the men of Lake-town and the Elvenking's host, put aside their own quarrels and united against the goblin horde. The Goblin's were led by Bolg who had a particularly tough bodyguard, which would have included his standard bearer. The standard itself was black and red.
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Arvedui was the fifteenth and last king of Arthedain.
Defeated in 1974T.A by the Witch-king and his armies, Arvedui escaped with a few retainers to the Far North and sought help from the Snowmen of Forochel.
He was rescued by an Elven ship sent by Cirdan of the Havens, but the vessel was driven in storm into the pack-ice and Arvedui and all aboard were lost.
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He is one of the Istari or Wizards who were sent by the angelic Valar to aid the Elves and Men of Middle-earth in their struggle against the Dark Lord Sauron.
He had a strong affinity for, and relationship with, wild animals, and it seemed his greatest concern was with the flora and fauna of Middle-earth. He was wiser than any Man in all things concerning herbs and beasts.
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Dol Amroth lay to the south of the mouth of the River Morthond. The Faithful from Númenor began colonising the coast near Dol Amroth at the end of the Second Age shortly before Númenor was destroyed and this area was noted for the number of men of Númenórean blood, and for the number who still spoke the Elvish tongue. The city that eventually grew there contained many different professions, not all honorable.
Durin VI - A descendant of Durin the Deathless, Durin was king of Khazad-dum, the underground realm of the Dwarves in the Hithaeglir. It was during his reign (TA 1980) that the Balrog, asleep in the roots of the mountains since the time of Morgoth, was awakened. The terrible creature wreaked havoc in the Dwarven kingdom and Durin VI was slain in a vain attempt to stand against it.
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The Witch-King was also referred to as the Lord of the Nazgul, and he was the most trusted and most powerful Lieutenant that Sauron had at his disposal. The Witch-king was in charge of the assault on Minas Tirith (Battle in the Pelennor Field) and was slain when Merry stabbed him with his magical blade (specially made for the task) and Eowyn finished by thrusting her sword through its undead head. Both blades were destroyed in the process but the Nazgul lord perished forever.