Roses are Red Violets are Blue If you don’t know the answers to these poems here’s a clue. There are six Ithildin Fragments in each region collect them all to solve the poems. The reward for solving the poems is the Bright Lord’s Armor Set.

1.  Minas Morgul Ithildin Door poem:

In the land of Mordor where the Shadows lie
We bear our banners aloft, boots like Drums
Our Cadence quick, our countenance dire
For who is in this dark, dream-haunted Land dares
Resist the righteous flame of Wrath
And Doom themselves to despair and death?

2.  Nurnen Ithildin Door poem:

Let our foes fortify with Iron and stone
Let them summon scabrous Serpents, feral beasts
It will Avail them nought. Across the Ages none
Have an army that wield such weapons, such Woe
Such doom against the dark-benighted Hordes who dare
Claim dominion over a Mordor soon bright.

3. Seregost Ithildin Door poem:

Fair Mordor Slumbers, entangled in night
A vipers’ Nest of sorrow and strife
Poisoned by pernicious betrayal and blight
Trapped in the grasp of gelid corpse-hands.
Yet behold! The Bright Lord Comes as a wildfire
Burning only what is Base, that all else may thrive.

4. Gorgoroth Ithildin Door poem:

They stalk and Lurk, then lash out so furious
Yet our Bulwark is proof against their rage.
Our hard-ringed, hand-forged armor Impervious
To predations from the Powers of darkness
No matter how Vicious or how vile.
To assail the Bright Lord is to falter and Fail.

5. Cirith Ungol Ithildin Door poem solution:

When the sun Rises, the shadows must retreat
Fleeing in fear from the Fires of dawn.
The Night never knew that its end was fleet
As a Bright Lord bears Beacons of flame.
The rises, yes — but from the West it Shines
Marching e’er Eastward, e’er eternal, e’er bright

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