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Book of Concord FAQ- What are the Lutheran Confessions? The Three Ecumenical or Universal Creeds The Apostles‘ Creed I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth. The Nicene Creed I believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible. Please report any typos or formatting problems you see with this text. Did you know that you can link to any paragraph within most documents on this site?
See the Citation page for more information. Please contact us if there is a location that you can’t figure out how to link to. This article needs additional citations for verification. At the end of the Second Age, their king, known as the King of the Mountains, pledged allegiance to Isildur at the Stone of Erech.
Their spirits haunted the caverns beneath the Dwimorberg, the Haunted Mountain, and the valley of Harrowdale that lay in its shadow. They were said to appear in Harrowdale only in times of trouble or death, and they haunted the Stone of Erech on the other side of the mountains as well. Malbeth the Seer prophesied that a day would come when need and haste would drive one of Isildur’s heirs to take the Paths of the Dead and that the Dead would answer to the call of his horn. They followed him through Gondor’s lands and fiefs south of the Mountains, and at the port of Pelargir they drove away the Corsairs of Umbar, allies of Sauron. Their oath fulfilled, Aragorn granted them their freedom, and they vanished at last from the world. After this, Aragorn gathered the warriors of the region to him.
They bore swords and spears and banners, and answered a horn-call with their own horns. In the battle with the Corsairs, as recounted by Legolas and Gimli to Merry and Pippin, the Corsairs abandoned their ships in terror, which Aragorn then commandeered. Those who did not flee drowned in the sea. The Army of the Dead in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. In the 1980 animated version of The Return of the King, the Dead Men of Dunharrow are omitted, and Aragorn just shows up at Minas Tirith with the warriors of southern Gondor, riding the Corsairs‘ ships. In Peter Jackson’s live-action adaptation, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, the Dead Men are only referred to as the „Army of the Dead“. In the latter film, the Dead are depicted as green and glowing, and dwell in a Petra-like spectral, similarly coloured underground city, to which Aragorn and company visit.