Mordor equipment includes the weapons and tools used by the Orcs. It is slightly stronger and more durable than iron, but has a lower enchantability. It is only craftable on a Morgul crafting table, with sticks and Orc Steel Ingots (and string for the bow).
A rather weak melee weapon, dealing less damage per hit than a sword, but fast. Can be poisoned on a normal crafting table to make it more powerful.
There really isn't anything glamourous about this weapon, but it does do decent damage, and has regular reach and attack speed. Many Mordor Orcs use this weapon.
While the Mordor spear deals less damage than a scimitar, it can be thrown to deal a lot of damage, which cannot be said for the scimitar. It also has greater reach than a scimitar. Some Orcs will throw this weapon at you if you get too close, so be careful!
If you want to turn more of Ithilien into wasteland, here's the weapon for you. It's equally good at dealing with trees and Rangers of Ithilien. Don't forget to bring along some Orc Firebombs to finish the job!
The strongest weapon in the Mordor set, measured by attack damage, with an impressive knockback. Be aware that its swing speed is pretty slow, though.
The Warscythe is a powerful melee weapon, with the reach of a spear, but significantly greater attack damage. It's very useful when you're charging into battle on your Warg, but takes slightly longer to swing than a sword.
|Damage||Range||Draw Time (ticks)|
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If you don't want to fight, but just want to cut down trees, you might want to use the Mordor Axe instead of the Battleaxe. Some Mordor Orcs use this weapon in combat, too.
Great at digging through various dirt and sand-like blocks, but not so good in combat.
Used by Sauron's slaves to grow crops. Not recommended for use in combat.
|The Spawn of Mordor|
Black Uruk (Archer) •
Orc (Archer, Banner Bearer, Bombardier)
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