The shards of narsil is a sword in the fairy diamond and the Lord of the rings, which are written by the British writer John Ronald Riel Tolkien.
The Nasir sword was forged by the famous dwarf craftsman telchar in the dwarf city of nogrod in the first era. Thousands of years later, the holy sword was passed to ilandir, the son of amendir, the Lord of Andu Nai of the numanor empire.
In the second era 3320, Shards of Narsil and ilandir arrived in the Middle Earth together. From then on, it was also known as “the sword of ilandir”. In 3441, ilandir was killed by Sauron in the Last Alliance battle, and the holy sword was crushed by Sauron. Isidor, the son of elandir, immediately cut off Sauron’s finger wearing the supreme ring with the fragments of the holy sword and defeated Sauron. Since then, the fragments of the holy sword were kept by Isidor.
In the second year of the third era, Isidor was killed by the orcs in the gladon plain. His entourage OTA took the fragments of Nasir’s holy sword to ravendale and handed it to Elrond for safekeeping. In 2951, Elrond handed the fragments of the holy sword to Aragon II, the 39th generation grandson of Isidor and the 16th dengan chief. In 3018, after Elrond’s meeting, the holy sword was recast by Elven craftsmen. Aragon renamed it anturiel, which means “inflammation of the west”. From then on, anduriel became Aragon’s sword, which played an important role in the Lord of the rings jihad.