Necromancer of Dol Guldur

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Necromancer of Dol Guldur
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The Hobbit
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The Necromancer of Dol Guldur is a minifigure from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug set that was released in 2013.


The minifigure is black, but has some greenish hue on the chest, showing clearly muscle mass and abs. His face is also partially painted green (the face resembles a skull), with black, blank eyes and a black mouth that appears to be screaming or roaring in a menacing way.


After Sauron was destroyed, his spirit fled Mordor and took refuge in one of Mordor's ruined strongholds, Dol Guldur, in southern Mirkwood. There, and accompanied by one of his deadliest servants, the Witch-King of Angmar, he took the pose of a dark sorcerer, so called the "Necromancer". He then began to expand his influence upon the forest, using Gundabad Orcs, Wargs, Mirkwood Spiders, and even Azog to do his bidding.

Upon discovery by Radagast the Brown, the guardian of Mirkwood, Radagast and Gandalf took action against him, under Galadriel's wishes. Azog and a battalion of Orcs later ambushed Gandalf at Dol Guldur, when he was searching for the Necromancer. Gandalf ran through a corridor, where he found and fought the Necromancer. The latter revealed himself to be Sauron, and defeated Gandalf. Azog then caged the defeated wizard, as the Necromancer's evil army of Orcs marched towards the Lonely Mountain. description[edit]

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A dark and powerful wizard who often remains in the shadows, the Necromancer is the reason for the darkness that plagues the Mirkwood Forest. With the dungeons of Dol Guldur as his fortress and an army of Orcs at his disposal, the Necromancer is one enemy The Company has to watch out for!


  • A necromancer is usually a term that refers to a sorcerer that uses black magic to bring back the dead to life.
  • The Necromancer and Smaug are both voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch in The Hobbit films.


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