Just wondering if Cubicle 7 put out the stats for the Nazgul in 5e, and if so where I might get them. I have the Player's Guide and Loremaster's Guide, but alas, the Nazgul were absent.
I think he more meant that Ringwraiths deserve to be more dangerous than regular wraiths.
Hmm. That's a less-than-attractive aspect of the setting...I remember in the Loremaster's Guide that one could dispense with that particular (deus ex machina) aspect, though.
I wish they had provided stats though; especially since the heroes aren't necessarily supposed to beat them. It would have helped with adventures and so forth. I had an idea to use one of the lesser known Nazgul as a long term opponent, maybe have one of the Blue wizards as a patron, that kind of thing...
Thanks for the replies, everyone. It's very helpful.
I can't imagine -why- they haven't statted up the most famous opponents in the lore, though...
I hope that's not the reason. It's already in the book that Shadow is never defeated, merely delayed, so that shouldn't be an issue. If we were talking about something other than that which Aragorn drove off with a torch, but those things are definitely stat-able, no?
As for the alternative...well, I would think having them at 3 different power levels, (for example) would satisfy that. At least some guidelines, no? It's arguably the most classic confront-able foe in the lore!
(never mind no barrow-wights, Balrog, etc.)