where the hell does this description come from? I mean I don't recall reading about a Suladan in LOTR or "The Unfinished" tales. Care to explain? —The preceding unsigned comment was summoned by (talkcontribs).

Judging by the image, he is from The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game. If you fell that it is necissary to point out to people that this is a non-cannon character you may add {{NonCanon}} to the beginning of the page. Razor77 16:09, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

Sound like Saladin

Both in name and theme. It would not be surprising, and this is pure conjecture, that Tolkien, a devout Catholic would think the worst of an Islamic king and create his likeness with the worth qualities prevalent.

Shadow of War

Suladân appears in Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Should this not be mentioned? Arawn 999 (talk) 09:47, November 3, 2017 (UTC)

I don't think so, this Suladan only has his name in common with the Nazgul one, in terms of background the Nazgul one has more in common with Ar-Pharazôn. Mr Rinn (talk) 09:33, November 4, 2017 (UTC)

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