Just to Be Clear, the Witch-King of Angmar Was an Insignificant Volunteer in the Great Army of the Dark Lord Sauron

Thank you for joining us today, Middle-earth media.

I'd like to start today's briefing by addressing the recent news of the Witch-King's indictment. The Witch-King of Angmar was an extremely minor cog within the Ringwraith organization and has never had, nor currently has, a relationship with Lord Sauron. Despite all of the evidence to the contrary, please believe me when I say the Witch-King was basically an unpaid summer intern in Mordor during last year's campaign.

Even though he and the other Ringwraiths are notoriously enslaved to the Nine Rings that Sauron holds in his possession, the Witch-King briefly advised the Dark Lord under his own free will. Similarly, I am giving this briefing of my own free will. Trust me, I am not currently trapped in a prison of my own mind.

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2 Responses:

  1. Which king of Angmar?

  2. bq Mackintosh says:

    "The real scandal is the Fellowship’s collusion with Saruman the White, which the left-wing media still refuses to report on."

    Ha. Ha ha. Argh.

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