As armies clashed on the slopes of Mount Doom, King Elendil stood against the might of Mordor, his mighty sword Narsil cutting a swathe through the bloody tide of Orcs that hurled themselves at him, crashing and falling away like waves upon a blade of stone.
Yet there was one enemy greater than all others, against whom none could stand. Raising his eyes above the melee, Elendil beheld the Dark Lord Sauron; a great, black-armoured figure, mace in hand, advancing upon him.
So long as the One Ring burned with fiery intensity upon his armoured finger the Lord of the black land was inexorable. No blade could pierce his armour, no shield withstand his strike. Every sweep of his huge, jagged mace sent men flying, and the courage of Elendil’s bravest warriors faltered.
As his men shrank before the advance of this foe, Elendil alone strode forth to raise his blade against the towering black figure. Should the Alliance fall, Middle-earth would be forever lost. The son of Númenor must prevail, lest darkness reign in perpetuity. With teeth gritted, pale eyes glinting with the light of hope, and purpose like polished steel, Elendil swung his great sword Narsil…
- 1:6 scale;
- Limited Edition;
- Depicts King Elendil as he appears in the Battle of the Last Alliance;
- Digitally sculpted by Fabio Paiva with reference from the original movie costume;
- Designed to be displayed with companion piece Sauron™, Lord of the Rings.
I faced numerous difficulties with Elendil's sculpture in terms of details and overall feeling, especially considering that it will coexist with Sauron. Working on Sauron first gave me the assurance that I could accomplish the same for Elendil, and I believe both pieces now demonstrate the incredible work that everyone put into them.
Orders for this piece are open for a strictly limited time, from 2PM 12th September to 2PM 10th October (PDT). The final edition size will be determined by the total number of orders made during this period. No more, no less.
Please note: Images are of a pre-production prototype. Each piece is hand painted and some variations may occur.
It takes hundreds of hours to design, sculpt model make, mold, and paint the prototype for each new Middle-earth piece. Whether it be a prop replica, beautiful environment, or iconic character, we treat our collectibles with the same level of care and attention to detail that we bring to our film work.