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Gives the Heir of Gondor a mighty blade

Formerly known as Narsil, sword of Elendil the Tall of Numenor and High-king of Arnor and Gondor, Andurilís history dates back to the First Age where it was forged by the dwarf-smith Telchar of Nogrod. In the War of the Last Alliance at the end of the Second Age, the blade was wielded by Elendil against Sauron. At the climax of the War, Sauron himself emerged to challenge the host of the West, slayng both High Elven-king Gil-galad and Elendil and breaking Narsil, but was slain himself and his Ring cut off by Isildur with the broken hilt-shard. Thereafter the Shards of Narsil became an heirloom of the Kings of Arnor (and after the destruction of the North Kingdom, the Chieftain of the Dunedain), passed down by generations until the time of Aragorn II, who had it reforged at Rivendell for the coming War of the Ring. Renamed Anduril, Flame of the West, Aragorn carried the Sword Reforged along his following journeys, where it not only acted as a legendary tool of war, but also as a symbol of the kingship of Arnor and Gondor (enabling the him to command the Army of the Dead) and in essence, order over evil.