- Tower Guard of Gondor
Famous for defending the final stand at Minas Tirith along side Gandalf and Peregrin Took during the siege of Gondor, the Tower Guard of Gondor is also known as the Guard of the Citadel.
The armour of the Tower Guard of Gondor bears devices of tree, crown and stars.
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