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Orc[]

Orcs (also called Goblins) were the footsoldiers of the two Dark Lords - Morgoth and Sauron.

The most important detail about orcs is that depending on what faction you are going to pick you can be a different type of orc. Most orcs are really similar so you have to be careful.

Choosing a specific type of orc:

  • Snaga
  • Orcs of Mordor
  • Orcs of the Misty Mountains
  • Orcs of Isengard
  • Hobgoblins

The lifespan of orcs is unknown and the average height is short.

Snaga:[]

  1. Snaga was a contemptuous term for the lesser Orcs of Mordor and Isengard, used especially among the larger and stronger Uruk-hai.
  2. It comes from a word in the Black Speech meaning 'slave' or 'servant'.

Orcs of Mordor:[]

  1. The Orcs of Mordor or Mordor-orcs were the orc footsoldiers of Sauron within the Black Land of Mordor.
  2. They made up the bulk of his hosts in the wars he waged to suborn the Free Peoples throughout the Second and Third Ages.
  3. There were many types in the service of the Red Eye, but the largest and fiercest were the Uruks of Mordor, black Orcs of tremendous strength and ferocity.

Orcs of the Misty Mountains:[]

  1. The Orcs of the Misty Mountains were tribes of Orcs settled in the tunnels in or under the mountains.
  2. They are a mix of the orcs of Morgoth fleeing the War of Wrath and orcs sent by Sauron.
  3. Their bond to Sauron remained strong and even though he commanded from the far main dominions of Dol Guldur and Mordor they still carried out his will.

Orcs of Isengard:[]

  1. The Orcs of Isengard or Isengarders were the Orcs that had settled in the pits within the Ring of Isengard, serving the fallen Wizard Saruman.
  2. A mix of Orcs bred by Saruman and of Orcs of the Mountains.
  3. They made up the bulk of his manpower, as well as a significant part of the forces he sent to assail the neighboring kingdom of Rohan.
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