Recently, I am reviewing the movies of The Lord of the Rings, and the classics are indeed classics. However, the details of the war…I feel a little tasteless, such as the Battle of the Helm Valley. It is reasonable to say that such a dominant terrain will not have that great defensive pressure. However, Rohan’s defense method is extremely simple, resulting in the city wall being breached and strong orcs. All the way into the horn fort, and finally opened the hook before retreating the enemy. What do you think of this battle?
This is a multi-party battle with extremely high gold content, demonstrating Saruman’s amazing military capabilities, and the way and process of victory of the Justice Allies are also amazing. On February 28, 3019 of the Third Age of Fangon Forest, Iomo’s cavalry team annihilated a team of Uruk orcs (strong orcs) on the edge of Fangon Forest. The hobbit Meri and Pipin took advantage of the chaos to enter the forest and accidentally met the oldest Ente (tree man)-Treebeard. Meili and Pipin informed the tree beard that Saruman had been cutting down and corrupting the forest for a long time, so the Ente Conference was held, and in the early morning of March 2, the Entees finally agreed to counterattack Isengard. Ente and Huoun (the creatures between the treants and the trees) were divided into two groups (Ente went straight to Saruman’s lair Isengard, Huoen swiftly expedition to the deep valley of Helm to clean up Oak), Going to the battlefield mightily. On March 1, 3019 of the Third Age, Aragorn, Gimli, and Legolas entered the forest and unexpectedly met the white-robed Gandalf who was reborn. The return of Gandalf marked the righteous side’s counterattack against the dark side. The demise of Ruman laid the groundwork for this. Saruman’s conspiracy: The first battle at the Eisen River Ferry was broadcast back to the Third Age on February 25, 3019, Saruman sent troops to attack Rohan. The Rohan Prince Theojede (son of Theoden) heard that an army had been summoned in front of Saruman Isengard’s gate, and he strengthened the fortifications and opened his strategic deployment. He deployed the strong infantry of Seyveld (North of the White Mountains) on both east and west, defending the path leading to the Eisen River, and left the cavalry of the three companies along with the Wrangler on the east bank. Theodore led the main cavalry force (eight company cavalry, one company archer) alone, crossing the Eisen River, trying to assault Isengard when the enemy was not prepared. Grimbold walked with him as a secondary cavalry general in the army. After passing through the Eisen River crossing, Siogade encountered a striker of Saruman’s forces, and he defeated the enemy heroically. As Theojde continued to advance north, he was blocked by a large number of enemy troops, and new troops came from Isengard and raided his flanks from the west. Relying on the cavalry company that came up from behind, Siojed was able to get away. After Siojd arrived at the ferry, he strengthened the defensive forces in the West Bank with fifty cavalry soldiers who abandoned their horses and sent Grimbord to command. The remaining cavalry and all the horses were immediately sent across the river, leaving only the guard company, and he led these men to dismount to defend the river. But the East Route Army came too fast, and the East Bank defenders were attacked by a large group of Uruk orcs. The cavalrymen crossing the river to the west had not had time to form a team and were driven away from the ferry. A group of fierce soldiers and the Ork mixed blood rushed towards the prince with all their strength, and forced the Siogade and his party from the bank of the river island to the low hill in the center. Grimbold on the West Bank was also attacked by the army on the side of the Eisen River. After feeling that Theojed was in a dangerous situation, he immediately ran back to Hezhou with a few people around him and turned to the back of the attacker. An attack was launched, but it was too late. Before Grimbold arrived, Siojed had been chopped down by a huge Ork hybrid. Grimbold thought that Siojd was dead, so he guarded his body. At this time, Elfheim was summoning troops to rush from Edolas to Hornburg, but he found traces of wolf cavalry on the road, so he hurried to the Eisen River Ferry. The vast majority of Oak was driven north by the cavalry, and two cavalry companies chased him. The remaining cavalry dismounted and defended the east bank, while Elfheim led the guard company to Hezhou, and together with Grimbold, eliminated the enemy on the low hill. They lifted the dying body of Sioged and found him alive, but he was dying and died soon after. Saruman cleverly lured the enemy into deep and inflicted heavy damage on the prince Theojde. After the war, Isengard’s troops were all withdrawn. The battle began with a plan to murder the prince. After Siorged’s death, Okenbrand, the lord of Sevold, relayed the news to King Siordon and asked Iomo to come and support, but Grima slandered and deceived and finally gave up. Saruman’s claws: The Second Battle of the Eisen River Ferry. On March 2, when Ente and Huorn’s army were preparing to go to the battlefield, Saruman’s elite came from Isengard along the road to the west of the ferry. The fortress launched an attack. Both fortresses were caught in a bitter battle, and a team of Uruk still forced a breakthrough from the fortresses and began to pass the ferry. Grimbold believed that Elfheim would block the offensive from the east, and counterattacked with the rest of the manpower. After receiving support, the enemy broke through the line of defense, and Grimbold was forced to withdraw across the Eisen River. It was nearly sunset, and he suffered heavy losses, but he still stood by the east bank. At dusk, Elfheim withdrew all the companies under his command, retreated to Grimbord’s camp, and divided his troops into small groups and deployed them at a certain distance outside the camp to resist attacks from the north and the east. After retiring, he immediately dispatched a messenger to ask Okenbrand and Edolas for help. Soon, the enemy’s reinforcements arrived, and Grimbold retreated from the east bank and erected a huge shield wall around the camp. The camp was quickly besieged, and because Oak’s figure was not suitable for this way of fighting, the black barbarians took their place. The barbarians’ poor fighting skills were unable to break through the shield wall, but Grimbold was also unable to fight back, and Elfheim’s reinforcements never came. At this time the enemy launched an offensive from the east bank, and several teams of wolf cavalry had separated between him and Grimbold’s camp, trying to encircle every small team of his cavalry. The Elfheim’s army was in chaos and could not provide any support. The sky is gloomy and dark, and the enemy’s offensive has weakened. Grimbold immediately ordered the cavalry to mount, and appointed Dunherley command. A gap was made on the east side of the shield wall, and the cavalry rushed out and repelled the enemy on that side. Then they split into two groups, returned to their horses to charge, and attacked the enemies on both sides of the camp. The enemy was confused and panicked. At first, many thought that a cavalry army had come from the east. After Grimbord himself led a group of selected people to break, taking this opportunity, they and the cavalry commanded by Dunherre together covered the remaining people to evacuate as soon as possible. Saruman’s general did not choose to continue pursuing, but tried his best to gather the army, rushed to the south road, and went straight to the horn fort. Most of Grimbord’s men survived, but they were separated in the dark. In the daytime on March 3, the Eisen River Ferry was completely lost, and Rohan has lost the northern barrier. The return time of the White Knight was broadcast back to the morning of March 2, when Gandalf the White arrived at Edolas and immediately healed Theotun, and immediately ousted Grima, and strongly advised Theotun to send troops to join the defenders at the Eisen River Ferry. In the afternoon of the second day, they learned that the Eisen River Ferry had been completely lost, and Ekenbrand was defeated. Gandalf suggested that Hiodun lead his army to garrison the Helm Valley (Valley of the Helm), and Gandalf left them for a secret mission. . It was evening when the horn for preparations arrived in the Helm Valley. Ekenbrand left more than a thousand people to guard the Helm Valley, but Ekenbrand was missing. Responsible for the defense of the deep valley is the old Gamlin guarding the Helm Wall. They learned that Seyveld’s old, weak, women and children, as well as food and livestock were in the deep valley of Helm, and then they sent the horses they had brought into the deep valley, leaving a few soldiers guarded. Sevold’s garrison and King Theoden’s guards were arranged in the horn fort, while Iomo led the hussars to guard the walls and towers of the deep valley defense wall, Aragorn personally commanded on the wall, and theo Dun sits in the high tower in the inner courtyard of the horn fort.
Legolas and Gimli were waiting for the war to come on the defensive wall of the deep valley. It was late at night, and they could already see the enemy’s torches. When the wall was fighting hard and almost midnight, Saruman’s army launched an attack on the outer Helm Retaining Wall. The Oaks entered the retaining wall one after another, rushing to the deep valley defense wall and the horn fort. The defenders on the stone wall saw countless black figures moving there, some short and strong, some tall and hideous, all wearing high helmets and holding black shields. In addition, hundreds of enemies are surging across the retaining wall and through the gap. This black tide filled the gap between the cliffs on both sides and surged towards the defensive stone wall. The thunder rumbling in the valley. A torrent of rain fell. Saruman’s army gradually approached the horn fort and the deep valley defense wall. They released a shower of arrows, and the defenders hid behind the parapet and did not counterattack. Amid the sound of the horn, the Ork and the black barbarians charged on the slope of the horn fortress gate and the deep valley defense wall. The defenders began to counterattack. They used boulders and arrow rain to repel waves of enemy offensives, but the enemy troops kept pouring up and stepped forward to the gate and high wall of the horn fort. Aragorn was standing on the defensive wall of the deep valley, and found that the gate of the horn fort could not be supported by the impact of the enemy. They ran to the outer court of the horn fort and summoned some brave soldiers to rush out from the north side door. They walked along the wall. Running from the periphery to the gate, from the narrow path between Horn Fort and Horn Rock to the slope leading to the gate, Aragorn and Iomo drew their swords at the same time and rushed towards the enemy. After the demon fire of Orthanc was repelled by the defending army’s surprise attack, the enemy forces once again assembled their forces and attacked more violently, and Orc and the black barbarians crowded the open space in front of the city wall. They tried to use long hooks and ladders to climb the high wall. The defenders struggled to intercept them. By this time, the corpses in the corner of the wall were piled up like a mountain. There is a passage under the city wall where the deep valley stream flows. While attacking the city wall, a group of Oaks quietly waded from the channel under the wall and dived into the wall to fight with the defenders protecting the horses. Jimley spotted the enemy in time, and Old Gumlin also realized the enemy’s sneak attack. They summoned a group of soldiers to turn around and kill the Oaks, and wiped them all under the cliff at the pass. Then under the guidance of Jimley, the defenders blocked the passage. Everyone talked on the defensive wall of the deep valley, thinking that the dawn could not bring hope, and the Uruks were not afraid of the sun. The trumpet sounded again, and the last wave of attack came. Accompanied by an explosion, the passage that had just been blocked, along with the city wall, was exploded by the Orthanc magic fire developed by the enemy’s magic. As the enemy swarmed in, the defenders were swept away. Some hussars retreated to the deep valley of Helm, while Aragorn and Legolas covered part of the defenders and retreated back to the horn fort. Aragorn discussed the defense with King Thiaudon, and both felt hopeless. Soon after the desperate charge, the city gate collapsed under the demon fire, and Theotun was not ready to sit still. Maybe we can break a blood path, otherwise we will let ourselves die singularly. The horn sounded from the tower. Oak and the black barbarians were very frightened. In the sound of the horn, King Theotun led the Guards to fight out of the horn fort, and the defenders in the deep valley also smashed out. Aragorn and Syodun went hand in hand, the hussars galloped all the way unstoppable, and the enemy troops fleeed wherever they went, and there was no way to fight back.
A strange change occurred suddenly; the hussars stopped at the Helm retaining wall, and in the morning sun, they were surprised to find a forest appeared on the deep valley and wide valley-it was Huoen’s troops who arrived in time, Oke and the black barbarians In a panic, he was driven between the retaining wall and the forest. At this time, the horn sounded from the ridge to the west on the left, and Gandalf and Ekenbrand led more than a thousand West Valley infantry soldiers from the ridge to kill the enemy. The hussars of King Theodun rushed to the enemy from the pass of the retaining wall, and under the attack, the Uruk army scattered and fled. They wailed and fled into the forest, and were wiped out by the Huaouns. The Fall of the Spring Commander On March 2, Saruman was planning a strategy in Oul Sancta, and the Ents of the Van Gun Forest unexpectedly launched an offensive. They destroyed the fortifications of Saruman with rocks, flooded the entire base with the flood of the Eisen River, and all of Saruman’s sins were washed away by the flood. In this way, the army carefully prepared by Saruman was completely destroyed by the heroic counterattack of the Rohan people and the surprise attack of Ente and Huaoen. Saruman’s exquisite evil plan finally failed with many efforts, and the second phase of the Lord of the Rings Holy War kicked off.