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#Minas Morgul
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Part II: The Two Towers, Book IV, Chapter 8: The Stairs of Cirith Ungol
Frodo stirred. And suddenly his heart went out to Faramir. ‘The storm has burst at last,’ he thought. ‘This great array of spears and swords is going to Osgiliath. Will Faramir get across in time? He guessed it, but did he know the hour? And who can now hold the fords when the King of the Nine Riders comes? And other armies will come. I am too late. All is lost. I tarried on the way. All is lost. Even if my errand is performed, no one will ever know. There will be no one I can tell. It will be in vain.’ Overcome with weakness he wept. And still the host of Morgul crossed the bridge.
Then at a great distance, as if it came out of memories of the Shire, some sunlit early morning, when the day called and doors were opening, he heard Sam’s voice speaking. 'Wake up, Mr. Frodo! Wake up! ’ Had the voice added: 'Your breakfast is ready,’ he would hardly have been surprised. Certainly Sam was urgent. 'Wake up, Mr. Frodo! They’re gone,’ he said.
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The Council of Elrond
In the South the realm of Gondor long endured; and for a while its splendour grew, recalling somewhat of the might of Númenor, ere it fell. High towers that people built, and strong places, and havens of many ships; and the winged crown of the Kings of Men was held in awe by folk of many tongues. Their chief city was Osgiliath, Citadel of the Stars, through the midst of which the River flowed. And Minas Ithil they built, Tower of the Rising Moon, eastward upon a shoulder of the Mountains of Shadow; and westward at the feet of the White Mountains Minas Anor they made, Tower of the Setting Sun. There in the courts of the King grew a white tree, from the seed of that tree which Isildur brought over the deep waters, and the seed of that tree before came from Eressëa, and before that out of the Uttermost West in the Day before days when the world was young.‘
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Saruman: The Nine have left Minas Morgul. 

Gandalf: The Nine… 

Saruman: They crossed the River Isen on Midsummer’s Eve, disguised as riders in black. 

Gandalf: They’ve reached the Shire?!? 

Saruman: They will find the Ring–and kill the one who carries it.


-”The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”

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