MS483 Lord of the Rings 'Annatar™ fighting Celebrimbor™' Fellowship 32mm Scale Figure.

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MS483 Lord of the Rings 'Annatar™ fighting Celebrimbor™' Fellowship 32mm Scale Figure.This is a 32mm scale unpainted vignette. This is the 26th release in the new Gold Status Fellowship club.
This is September 2007's Winning idea. It was suggested by Marcus Nolte.

Celebrimbor plays an important role as the maker of the Rings of Power under the guidance of Annatar, a fair guise of Sauron, also known as 'Lord of Gifts'. But secretly, without Annatar's knowledge, Celebrimbor created the three Rings of the Elves, the greatest and fairest of the Rings of Power. These rings were thus free of Annatar's corrupting influence.

At this time, Annatar was secretly forging the One Ring which would enable him to rule Middle-earth. Annatar reassumed his role as the Dark Lord and placed the One Ring on his finger, claiming dominance over all the Rings of Power and their bearers.

Celebrimbor and the Elves of Eregion defied Sauron by withholding the other rings from him. Sauron retaliated by attacking Eregion, laying waste to the realm. Celebrimbor was captured in the sack, and was forced under torture to disclose where the Nine and the Seven were held, but he would not reveal the whereabouts of the three Elvish rings. He had already sent the three rings away for safekeeping: Vilya and Narya to Gil-galad in Lindon, and Nenya to Galadriel in Lothlórien. Sauron captured the lesser rings and used them as instruments of evil in later years, particularly against Men.

Dimensions: Vignette measures 50mm in height. 70mm in length.

This vignette is blister packed and primed in Mithril's special undercoat.
Customer reviews
A beautiful piece. Awesome sculpt.
Rod P.
What a unique vignette. I opened the blister pack (one of the best designed blister packs out there) and looked at the figure and was amazed at the continued continuity between pieces and their interpretation of the Tolkien world. I have an early version of Celebrimbor and Chris Tubb, the sculptor, does an amazing job in creating a consistency between figures.
Gary M.


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