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|Ambush of the Wargs|
Wargs proceeding to ambush the Rohirrim army
|Conflict: War of the Ring|
|Date: TA 3019|
|Place: The Route to Helm's Deep|
|Outcome: Rohan victory|
|Refugees of Edoras, Army of Rohan||Wargs of Isengard|
| Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Gamling, Háma†,
Refugees of Rohan, and c. 50 Rohan horsemen
|500 Wargs and Orcs|
|35 Rohan riders, Háma||All the Orcs and Wargs, Sharku|
Portrayal in adaptationsEdit
Peter Jackson's The Two TowersEdit
When the refugees and the Rohan army marched to Helm's Deep, they were ambushed by Warg riders led by Sharku. Háma, Théoden's bodyguard, was killed at the beginning of the battle. After a short battle, the Wargs were routed, and Aragorn mortally wounded Sharku before toppling over a cliff and into a river below. He was believed to have perished, but he survived, and arrived later at Helm's Deep after spotting the Army of Isengard.