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In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium, the Nazgūl (also called "Ringwraiths," "Ring-wraiths," "Black Riders," "Dark Riders," "the Nine Riders," or simply "Riders" or "the Nine") are 9 human kings who have succumbed through greed to Sauron's power and attained immortality as wraiths bound to the power of the One Ring as servants of The Enemy. They are first mentioned in his book The Lord of the Rings, originally published in 19541955. The book refers to the Nazgūl as Sauron's "most majestic men."
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