Udûn originated with the creation of the lands of Mordor. During both the war of the Last Alliance and the War of the Ring, the vast armies of Mordor passed through here and out the Black Gate to confront their enemies.
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Edit
In Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, following the Battle of Dagorlad, Udûn became populated by the Outcasts of Udûn, descendants of banished Gondorian criminals and slaves. They built a shanty town known as The Slabs in the eastern reaches of the valley. Upon Sauron's return to Mordor, the Outcasts were either enslaved or driven out of Udûn and their city was converted into Uruk's Hollow, a slave camp and home for Sauron's minions.
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