Narsil is a sword in the novel the diamond of the elves and the Lord of the rings written by the British writer John Ronald RIL Tolkien. The sword of Nasir was forged by the famous dwarf craftsman telchar in the dwarf city nogrod in the first era. Thousands of years later, the sword was handed to ilandir, the son of amendir, the governor of the numanor empire.
In 3320 A.D., Nasir’s holy sword and ilandir arrived in the Middle Earth together. From then on, it was also known as “ilandir’s sword”. In 3441, ilandir was killed by Sauron in the final alliance battle, and the holy sword was crushed by Sauron. Isidor, the son of ilandir, immediately cut off Sauron’s finger with fragments of the holy sword and defeated Sauron. After that, the fragments of the sword were kept by Isidor.
In the second year of the third era, Isidor was killed by the orcs in the plains of Graton. His entourage OTA took the fragments of Nasir’s holy sword to ravendale and gave them to Elrond for safekeeping. In 2951, Elrond handed over the fragments of the sword to Aragon II, the thirty ninth generation direct grandson of Isidor and the sixteenth chief of the dundans. In 3018, after the meeting of Elrond, the sword was recast by Elven craftsmen. Aragon renamed it anduril, which means “the fire of the west”. From then on, anduril became Aragon’s sword, which played an important role in the Lord of the rings jihad.