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Mountain trolls

A mountain troll in profile, opening the Black Gate

Mountain-trolls were a large type of Troll that were closely related to Cave-trolls and Hill-trolls. They were allies of Orcs.

HistoryEdit

Like all Trolls, Mountain-trolls originated from Morgoth's twisting and crossbreeding of other creatures of the world, and later became minions of Sauron.

Mountain trolls could be found in the mountains of Middle-earth. Their type helped move the great battering ram Grond into place during the Battle of the Pelennor Fields, which they wielded and shattered the large gates of Minas Tirith with. Members of the species also were seen opening the gates of the Black Gate.[1]

Physical appearanceEdit

Mountain-trolls were very large, larger than Hill-trolls, and had brownish skin.(Non-canon)

BehaviourEdit

The Mountain-trolls make dangerous opponents in battle. These trolls are smarter than Cave-trolls, and their power to lift massive objects to use as weapons makes them deadly. They are assumed to be strong enough for other heavy tasks as well. They are stronger than cave trolls due to their harsh environment.(Non-canon)

Portrayal in adaptationsEdit

The Lord of the Rings film trilogyEdit

Mountain-trolls were shown in Peter Jackson's The Return of the King film during the Siege of Gondor.

Video gamesEdit

GalleryEdit

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A mountain-troll wearing a blue cami-knicks in The Battle For Middle Earth II
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A mountain troll
Mountain-troll
A mountain-troll lifting a boulder

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Berg-trolle
Bengali পাহাড়ের-দানবের
Bulgarian Cyrillic Планински тролове
Danish Bjergtrolle
Dutch Berg trollen
German Bergtrolle
Greek Βουνό-τρολ
Italian Troll di Montagna
Marathi माउंटन ट्रॉल्स
Norwegian Fjelltrollene
Punjabi ਮਾਊਂਟੇਨ ਟ੍ਰੋਲਸ
Russian Горные тролли
Swedish Fjälltroll

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, Book Five, Chapter IV: "The Siege of Gondor"