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Summary

Though Glaurung was named Father of Dragons, Ancalagon also known as Ancalagon The Black was one of the most powerful and infamous of all the dragons bred by Morgoth during the first First Age and possibly the largest dragon to have ever lived. His fire was hotter than most other dragons.

Ancalagon's size is not specified, but may be gigantic due to the destruction of "the towers of Thangorodrim", which are elsewhere identified with the three smoking peaks of the mountain. He was however, said to be as big as a mountain. However, his size is never directly specified and some powerful but small creatures are able to cause great destruction even in death, such as Durin's Bane breaking the slopes of Celebdil. Like all other Urulóki, Ancalagon breathed fire, which was said to be hotter than any other dragon's flame.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 6-B via powerscaling

Name: Ancalagon the Black

Origin: Lord of the Rings

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Original Winged Dragon

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Flight, Immortality (Type 1), Breath Attack, Fire Manipulation

Attack Potency: Country level via powerscaling (Destroyed the 3 volcanic mountains at Angband just by falling. One of the most powerful beings in Morgoth's army)

Speed: Supersonic+ to High Hypersonic flight speed via power-scaling

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: Country Class

Durability: Country level

Stamina: Superhuman

Range: Hundreds of kilometers due to his size alone (So large he can blot out the sun even from ridiculously high up)

Standard Equipment: N/A

Intelligence: Unknown

Weaknesses: Nothing notable (How he died was not confirmed but he was in battle with Earendil and the Eagles)

Note: Ancalagon's history and powers were not explained much in the Silmarillion: Ancalagon the Black

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