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Dramborleg

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==History==
 
==History==
Tuor fought with it in the [[Fall of Gondolin]], slaying five [[balrogs]] and [[Othrod]] among others.<ref>{{LT2|III}}</ref>  He took it when escaped the downfall of that city, and his descendants took it to [[Númenor]] as an heirloom.<ref name="Numenor">{{UT|Numenor}}</ref>  It did not survive the [[Downfall of Númenor]].
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Tuor fought with it in the [[Fall of Gondolin]].<ref>{{LT2|III}}</ref>  He took it when escaped the downfall of that city, and his descendants took it to [[Númenor]] as an heirloom.<ref name="Numenor">{{UT|Numenor}}</ref>  It did not survive the [[Downfall of Númenor]].
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==

Revision as of 20:54, 26 April 2013

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This article is non-canon.

Dramborleg was the great axe that Tuor favoured over any sword.

History

Tuor fought with it in the Fall of Gondolin.[1] He took it when escaped the downfall of that city, and his descendants took it to Númenor as an heirloom.[2] It did not survive the Downfall of Númenor.

Etymology

Dramborleg means 'Thudder-Sharp' in the language of the Gondolindrim.[2]


Weapons of Middle-earth
Aeglos · Andúril · Anglachel · Anguirel · Angrist · Aranrúth · Belthronding · Black Arrow · Bow of Bregor · Daggers of Westernesse · Dagmor · Dailir · Dramborleg · Durin's Axe · Glamdring · Grond · Gúthwinë · Gurthang · Herugrim · Morgul blades · Narsil · Orcrist · Red Arrow · Ringil · Sting

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, "The Fall of Gondolin"
  2. 2.0 2.1 J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "A Description of the Island of Númenor"