ⓘ The Tower of Cirith Ungol and Shelobs Lair is a 1984 fantasy role-playing game adventure published by Iron Crown Enterprises for Middle-earth Role Playing. ..

                                     

ⓘ The Tower of Cirith Ungol and Shelobs Lair

The Tower of Cirith Ungol and Shelobs Lair is a 1984 fantasy role-playing game adventure published by Iron Crown Enterprises for Middle-earth Role Playing.

                                     

1. Contents

The Tower of Cirith Ungol and Shelobs Lair is a supplement which features plans of the fortress Cirith Ungol and its surrounding catacombs, and includes game statistics for Shelob.

                                     

2. Reception

Andy Blakeman reviewed Shelobs Lair and the Tower of Cirith Ungol for Imagine magazine, and stated that "As usual, there is all the detail one could wish for on land, climate, politics and power, and of course, Cirith Ungol."

William A. Barton reviewed The Tower of Cirith Ungol and Shelobs Lair in The Space Gamer No. 73. Barton commented that "Several suggested adventures provide plenty of play ideas. This is the best of the adventure modules published so far."

                                     
  • the fourth book, second volume The Two Towers of The Lord of the Rings. Her lair lies in Cirith Ungol the pass of the spider leading into Mordor.
  • or Orthanc and the Tower of Cirith Ungol However, a month later he wrote a note published at the end of The Fellowship of the Ring and later drew a
  • to pursue the One Ring. The Staircase and Tower of Cirith Ungol and Shelob s Lair were all designed by John Howe, with the Morgul road using forced
  • difficult pass, Cirith Ungol lay just to the north of the Morgul pass. It was guarded by a tower at the top of the pass this tower too had been originally
  • and led Frodo and Sam into Shelob s Lair There, Frodo was stung by the giant spider, taken prisoner by Orcs, and hauled to the Tower of Cirith Ungol
  • his friend and companion, treading through Mordor as Ring - bearer in Frodo s absence, when Frodo is captive in the orc fortress of Cirith Ungol During his
  • Filmed for The Return of the King were two scenes present in the book: Sam using the Phial of Galadriel to pass the Watchers at Cirith Ungol and further
  • Basin look. Minas Morgul, the Staircase and Tower of Cirith Ungol as well as Shelob s Lair were designed by Howe, with the Morgul road using forced perspective