Melkor was the one who wove discord into the world in the beginning. He became the instigator of all evil.
In the beginning, it is not known what Lord Melkor's original purpose was. However, he evidently was not happy with his role and went on desiring to do and create things of his own. He was bored of the void and wanted to fill it with his own ilk. Many maiar sided with him, including Pythas.
Melkor went into the world and corrupted the creatures created by The Nameless One. From elves came Orcs, Vampires and Goblins, from eagles and doves came vultures and crows, from insects came great arachnids, from stone beings came massive cave trolls, from wolves corrupted into malicious werebeasts.
Dealings With FireHe also went out to search for the flames that do not perish nor have smoke. He found Arien, the Lady of Fire and created from her The Balrog of Morgoth. These spawns of fire became the bane of the deep. He also spawned forest princes of fire, one being Flame and another being Rouge. The others spawned from his relations with Arien were:
- Consuming Flame
- Gothmog the Lord of Balrogs
- Ancalagon the Black
- Smaug the Terrible
- The Sons of the Flames (They are many flame beings)
Melkor and his creations, some of which he spawned with Arien.
His evil influence turned many to his side. Many of these were Lords and others were Princes. Some of the Lords to join him were Mandos and Vaire. Countless other Princes joined him, most recognisably these were: Arien, Gothmog, Marukez, Pythas, Maria, Melody, Pack of Swines: The Legion, Newmexico and many, many more.
Captured and Cast Into The Void
During his conquest in the east, he was attacked by Orome and Manwe, his brothers. His Princes rushed to his aid, apart from one, his lieutenant Pythas who cowered in the Tower of Gothmog.
Many of Morgoth's Princes were imploded by the mighty Orome and Manwe, and Morgoth was captured in chains made by Aule that Tulkas wrapped him in. He was taken to the Court of Valinor for trial. Morgoth pleaded for mercy but was denied. He was thus cast into the Void, beyond the Halls of Mandos for three ages. Afterwards, his surviving lieutentant Mairon Annatar left his evil ways and found love.
Morgoth captured and chained up.
Influence from the Void
In the void, Melkor was still able to contact and influence many minds through the centuries he was absent. After Mairon and Melody were married for some time, Melkor decided he wished Pythas to turn evil once more. He used the jealousy of Melody's brother, Raegon to kill her in her sleep. Afterwards, Mairon went mad and Melkor convinced him to revert back to his old self, Pythas. He convinced Pythas to forge rings with Celebrimbor to influence the kings of the world and bring them under a New World Order. These kings became the Nazgul, and their leader is Amir the Witch King.
Return and Dagor Dagorath
The thousands of years before his return were anxious years, all looming under the imminent threat of this menace's return.
When that time finally arrived, Morgoth was ready for war. He knew nobody could stop him.
Unexpected OpponentBut during his time away, a man was born, and not any ordinary man, but he was Turin Turumbar the Chosen One of Annatar: Accal the Brightlord! This son of Brightness was born to Melody the Daughter of Orome and Mairon Annatar, the son of Nameless One.
Fall of the Doom of Our TimeDoom seemed unavoidable during Dagor Dagorath. All rooms became black and the horns of Morgoth were everywhere. People were flopping dead constantly and lava was pouring out of the void and hell on earth was evident.
Balrogs and Cavetrolls fill every room and many perish
Morgoth kills Pythas' wife
The Mighty Turin's blade struck true as Morgoth doubted all who came against him.
Morgoth implodes as Turin's blade strikes true
A new age begun after his death. See: Dagor Dagorath
Some have claimed spotting Melkor on Penguin3D. Due to the fact that many dead beings have come back on the game, such as Manwe, Mandos, and The Witch King. Its theorized that Melkor may return too. Mandos once admitted Melkor would return again. Members of the forest reject this theory, calling those who believe his return possible fools. Though, there is merit to the theory.
After The Nameless One brought Beleriand out of the sea, it was suspected Queen Annalle of Nargothrond has the tomb of Melkor beneath the cave-kingdom. In fact, even some of the power of a cracked silmaril has found its way into the mysterious grave. Melkor's mace, Grond, was also in Annalle's possession but it has since fallen into the hands of Melkor's son, Flame.
|Aliases||Morgoth, The Menace, The Black One, Dark Lord, Overlord, Master of Doom, The Rebel|
|Titles||The Menace, King of the World, Doom Bringer|
|Death||13th January 2020, Dorval|
|Related||Manwe, Orome, Mandos, Vaire, Pythas, Arien, Gothmog, Ancalagon, Flame, Rouge|
|Age||Older than Time|