(Inferno) Firelord Balrog


His flame, a demonic personification of power, is hungry for more, even after all is consumed. Where the Balrog appears, the land is doomed to a dark, barren future.

Name originEdit

Balrogs are fictional demonic beings who appear in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. Such creatures first appeared in print in his novel The Lord of the Rings, though they figured in earlier writings that posthumously appeared in The Silmarillion and other books.

Balrogs are described as tall and menacing with the ability to shroud themselves in fire, darkness, and shadow. They frequently appeared armed with fiery whips "of many thongs", and occasionally used long swords. In Tolkien's later conception, they could not be casually destroyed; significant power was required. Only dragons rivalled their capacity for ferocity and destruction, and during the First Age of Middle-earth, they were among the most feared of Morgoth's forces.

Additional infoEdit

  • This card possesses a max attack of 2800 on the Android version of the game.
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