|Fate||Accidentally shot to death by Aldor II before the Battle of Helm's Deep began|
Raised in Isengard, Daskila was one of the Uruk-hai that were in service to Saruman, a wizard who had recently betrayed the White Council and pledged his service to the Dark Lord Sauron. Throughout the War of the Ring, Daskila carried a Hanksar as his main weapon. He was later rallied with more than 10,000 Uruk-hai in front of the tower of Orthanc where they cheered for their master Saruman to await further instructions. Tasked to wipe out the people of Rohan, Daskila marched with his brothers and sisters towards Helm's Deep. Hours of marching, Daskila and his kin arrived to the valley and saw that it was heavily fortified by the Rohirrim and Elves. Daskila growled and waited anxiously to attack his enemies, but his efforts to do so was cut short when an elderly Rohirrim soldier named Aldor II, a descendant of King Aldor, shot him by accident. Daskila was first out of ten-thousand Uruk-hai to fall, and his death sparked the beginning of the battle.
- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (First appearance)