- Own the dark companion piece to WETA’s iconic Minas Tirith environment (sold separately)!
- Limited Edition statue illuminates with a spectral green glow, replicating the iconic scene from the film!
- Measures over 16-inches long!
Add to your Middle Earth collection with this stunning Lord of the Rings Minas Morgul LED Environment Statue! Two decades after he sculpted the causeway guards for the Minas Morgul shooting miniature, Weta Workshop sculptor Gary Hunt revisited the stone beasts, reducing the gruesome duo to microscopic size for the collectible. Minas Morgul is the dark companion piece to Weta Workshop’s iconic Minas Tirith environment. This Limited Edition statue illuminates with a spectral green glow, replicating the iconic scene from the film. Plug your environment into the wall to cast the corpse light from the Dead City. This Lord of the Rings Minas Morgul LED Environment Statue comes with a universal power adaptor and is made from high-quality polystone. Measures about 11-inches long x 10-inches tall x 17-inches deep.
This Minas Ithil was the shining sister city of Minas Anor in the early days of Gondor. Built in the Mountains of Ephel Dúath as a watch upon Sauron’s land of Mordor, the city’s gleaming towers shone silver white beneath the light of the moon after which it was named. But when Gondor’s power waned and the enemy rose again in strength, Minas Ithil fell and became the domain of evil things. The Witch king of Angmar descended and claimed the citadel as his keep. Halls once full of brave soldiers were haunted by Wraiths and their terrifying mounts. Orcs tore down the city’s structures and camped in its streets, their ugly, corroding fortifications encrusting its walls and staining once pristine bricks with black defilement. Under the gloom of Mordor’s darkened skies, a sickly green glow issued from the city, now renamed Minas Morgul, the Tower of Black Sorcery, and it became a place of dread. Hoping to sneak past the City of Wraiths and thereby into Mordor, Frodo and his companions pick their way carefully by the gruesome stone sentinels guarding Minas Morgul’s causeway. Exerted by the Ring and with the Nazgûl so close, the Hobbit struggles to remain composed and not yield himself to the ir summons. Sam and Gollum must wrestle Frodo to the ground and away from the roadway even as the great black doors open and the Witch king’s vast army pours forth.