|Appearances||Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor|
The Gorthaur is a location in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.
- A mere glance at the Gorthaur is sufficient enough to instill dread in any human. This is more than an ostentatious representation of the Dark Lord Sauron's power, it is a statement of intent and a supernatural expression of his presence.
- A giant, stone-carved Sauron, magnificently clad in armor holds in his hands chains to which are tethered the subjugated kings of Men. The Gorthaur radiates contempt and power; Sauron's will built the statue just as it restored him to power after his defeat by Gil-Galad and Elendil. "Look upon me, and despair," Gorthaur commands.
|Castles and Fortresses|
|Passes and Valleys|
|Outside of Mordor|