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Ask Question. Asked 5 years, 5 months ago. Active 2 years, 6 months ago. Viewed 1k times. First, we are told of the oath Book 5, Chapter 2 : But the oath that they broke was to fight against Sauron Then, when they fail to honor the oath, we are told about Isildur's curse on them: " Do we have any other examples of Isildur performing similar acts of magic?
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Based on what we are told in LotR, Isildur appears to have been a great warrior, but not a regular practitioner of magic. Is the stone at Erech somehow magically involved? If so, do we know anything more about it or how it works?
It is mentioned that the oathbreakers had worshiped Sauron; could this be a clue? Isildur was in possession of the One Ring after the battle. I wonder if that somehow figured into the curse actually working. They swore an oath and broke it; an earlier plot-outline for the material published in HoME 8 gives the basic text Again, comparing with the oath of the Feanorians from the Silmarillion : They swore an oath which none shall break, and none should take, by the name even of Iluvatar, calling the Everlasting Dark upon them if they kept it not The late essay " Rivers and Beacon Hills of Gondor " has this to say about it: The Men of Darkness built temples, some of great size, usually surrounded by dark trees, often in caverns natural or delved in secret valleys of mountain-regions; such as the dreadful halls and passages under the Haunted Mountain beyond the Dark Door Gate of the Dead in Dunharrow.
While it is a fantasy world, it's not a fantasy world of wizards and warlocks in general. The oathbreakers are undead due to breaking an important oath, period. Fate rather than magic.
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