- "In his final stand, the Witch-King sat upon his black horse before us... As we rode forward, he realized that all hope is lost... His terrifying scream of rage sent the chills of winter to our spines as he turned and fled into the shadows... Earnur struck out to chase him down... But I then realized his power... We thought him as a powerful Black Númenórean but he was a Nazgûl... First of the nine and most fell of the servants of the Dark Lord Sauron... I put up my hand and call out for Earnur... Do not pursue him, he will not return to this land... Far off yet is his doom, and not by the hand of man will he fall."
- ―Glorfindel, to Earnur, prophesying the end of the Witch King
Battle of FornostEdit
During the Battle of Fornost, Glorfindel was the major reason the evil Witch-King of Angmar was defeated. After the battle was over, and the Witch-King had fled, it was Glorfindel who predicted that no mortal man would ever destroy the Witch-King. This prediction would come true when Éowyn (an woman from Rohan), Natalie (a woman from Earth) and Meriadoc Brandybuck (a Hobbit from Shire) defeated the Murazor, the Witch-King of Angmar.
War of the RingEdit
A thousand years later, Glorfindel helped Lady Arwen carry Frodo to reach the House of Elrond and evade the pursuit of the Black Riders after Frodo was stabbed with a Morgul-blade. At that time, he rode the white elf-steed Asfaloth.
At the beginning of the Fourth Age, Glorfindel attended wedding of Aragorn and Arwen, who became the rulers of Gondor. He, along with some of his high-elven kin remained peacefully in Middle-earth while the rest sailed to Valinor with the rest of his kin. He later became the First High King of Lindon of the Fourth Age and the First Ruler of Mithlond.