Villains Wiki

Hi. This is Thesecret1070. I am an admin of this site. Edit as much as you wish, but one little thing... If you are going to edit a lot, then make yourself a user and login. Other than that, enjoy Villains Wiki!!!

READ MORE

Villains Wiki
Advertisement

The Dark Lord and the Ringmaker burn atop Barad-dûr. The Witch-king is diminished. We are ascendant!
~ One of the Nazgûl sisters.
You face the army we have assembled to dominate all of Mordor, and you will have the honour of being its first triumph. And when your bodies lie broken on the battlefield, we will hack the Rings from your fingers and begin our conquest of Middle-earth!
~ One of the Nazgûl sisters.

The Nazgûl Sisters (real names Riya and Yuka) are villains from the 2017 videogame Middle-earth: Shadow of War, and are the main antagonists in the story expansion, The Blade of Galadriel.

Biography

Origin

They were once Daughters to Emperor Sagong of a distant land in the farthest east of Middle-earth called the Kingdom of Shen. The sisters were sent to Mordor in order to recover the Ring of Power. They were able to slay two Nazgûl and take their rings and succeeded in defeating the Nazgul's armies. Returning to their father, the rings soon influenced and corrupted them, and they eventually killed him. The sisters then took his throne, and eventually, Sauron brought them to his service, who led them back to Mordor to become his servants.

As Nazgûl

After Sauron and Celebrimbor's battle, which ended with both trapped in the form of a flaming eyeball and the Witch-king defeated by Talion, the Sisters took the advantage of their masters' weakened state by attempting to take Mordor over themselves. After their defeat at the hands of Talion and Eltariel, they returned to serve Sauron.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Like Helm Hammerhead, Isildur, and Suladan, these Nazgûl are not in the books.
    • These are also the only unnamed Nazgûl that do not appear in the books.

Navigation

            Middle earth sbg-1-1024x257.pngVillains

Dark Armies
Leaders: Morgoth | Sauron (Peter Jackson, Conquest, Shadow of Mordor) | Saruman (Peter Jackson)
Nazgûl: Witch-king of Angmar | Khamûl | Helm Hammerhand | Suladan | Isildur | Nazgûl Sisters
Balrogs: Durin's Bane | Gothmog | Tar-Goroth
Dragons: Smaug | Ancalagon | Scatha | Drogoth the Dragon Lord | Glaurung
Great Spiders: Shelob | Ungoliant
Werewolves: Carcharoth
Goblins/Orcs: Gorkil the Goblin King | Great Goblin | Azog | Bolg | Brogg the Twin | Mogg the Other Twin | Yazneg | Grishnákh | Gothmog | Gorbag | Zog the Eternal | Gazmog
Uruk-hai: Ugluk | Lurtz | Shagrat | Hodhvarz
Black Númenóreans: Mouth of Sauron (Battle for Middle-earth) | Agandaur | Black Hand of Sauron | Hammer of Sauron | Tower of Sauron
Olog-Hai: Brûz the Chopper
Men of Darkness: Ar-Pharazôn | Gríma Wormtongue | Bill Ferny | Lheu Brenin | Easterlings | Corsairs of Umbar | Dunlendings | Haradrim
Various Creatures: Barrow Wights | Trolls | Wargs | Fellbeasts | Gûlavhar | Watcher in the Water

Corrupted Elves
Fëanor | Celegorm | Caranthir | Curufin | Maeglin | Celebrimbor

Corrupted Hobbits
Gollum | Lotho Sackville-Baggins | Ted Sandyman

Others
Alfrid Lickspittle | Master of Laketown | Old Man Willow

Advertisement