Tolkien's Men

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King of Gondor and Prince of Rhovanion during the Kin-Strife. Deposed by his distant relative, only to reclaim the throne 10 years later.
Ninth King of Rohan and last of the 1st line. Took refuge in the Hornburg and froze to death.
King of Dale during the War of the Ring. Slain alongside Dain II Ironfoot at the Battle of Dale.
Killed by his horse during the War of the Ring, fighting at the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.
Led the Third House of Men into Beleriand.
Man of Esgaroth who slays the dragon Smaug.
Son of Theoden killed during the First Battle of the Fords of Isen.
'The Lame'. Chieftain of the Folk of Haleth who was slain by Turin.
Son of Barahir who gained a silmaril from Morgoth's iron crown.
Founded the line of the Lords of Andunie.
Nephew of Theoden and Third Marshall of the Mark during the War of the Ring. Became eighteenth King of Rohan.
Easterling chieftain who seized Hurin's people in southern Dor-lomin and was slain by Turin.
Founded Reunited Kingdom and member of the Fellowship of the Ring.
Heir of Beor who saved Finrod in the Dagor Bragollach, for which Finrod gifted him a ring of friendship.
Lord of Andunie and father of Elendil. Set sail into the West to beg for mercy for the Numenoreans.
Slayer of Glaurung and prophesized slayer of Morgoth.
Son of Huor who was sent to Gondolin by Ulmo and married Idril, the King's daughter.
Ranger of the North who brought the Standard of Arwen to Aragorn at the Fords of Isen.
'The Tall'. First High King of Arnor and Gondor.
Serving man of Dor-lomin and friend to a young Turin.
Brother of Elrond and first King of Numenor.
Immense man of the Carrock who took a bear shape and slayed Bolg in the Battle of Five Armies.
Last King of Numenor who broke the Ban of the Valar and lies imprisoned in the Caves of the Forgotten.
'The Old'. Leader of the First House of Men during the final part of their westward march to Beleriand.
Spy of Saruman in the court of King Theoden.
Son of Beregond who accompanies Pippin around Minas Tirith.
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Second King of Rohan who built the Golden Hall of Meduseld.
'The Black'. Easterling chieftain who, along with his sons, betrayed the Union of Maedhros to Morgoth.
Steward of Gondor during the War of the Ring. Burned alive on a pyre after secretly using a palantir.
Fourth son of Anarion who succeeded Isildur as King of Gondor.
Leader of the Woses of Druadan Forest who aids Theoden and the Rohirrim on the ride to the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.
Lieutenant of Barad-dur who meets the Army of the West at the Black Gate.
'The Mariner'. Sixth king of Numenor and husband of Erendis.
First Captain of the White Company who saves Faramir in Rath Dinen.
Lord of Dor-Lomin and father of Turin, whose stand in the Nírnaeth Arnoediad allowed Turgon to escape.
Gondorian general whose victory at the Battle of the Camp gained him the crown.
Last King of Gondor who defeated the Witchking in Arnor, but was challenged to single combat in Morgul and never heard from again.
First Lord of Dor-lomin who wore the Dragon-helm of Telchar.
'The Young'. First King of Rohan, who rode to the aid of Gondor at the Battle of the Field of Celebrant.
'The Unhappy'. Betrayed Barahir's company to Sauron.
Son of Elendil killed in the Siege of Barad-dur.
Eldest son of Elendil and 2nd High King of Arnor and Gondor. Was slain at the Disaster of the Gladden Fields.
Sixteenth King of Rohan and father of Theoden Ednew.
Fellowship member who perishes in the orc attack at Parth Galen after trying to seize the ring from Frodo.
Man of Bree and spy of Isengard who sold the hobbits a pony.
Last King of Arthedain who drowned in the Bay of Forochel.
Lord of the Nazgul seduced by Sauron.
Youngest son of Denethor who becomes Steward of Gondor under King Elessar.
Son of Aragorn and 2nd king of the Reunited Kingdom.
'The Usurper'. Usurped the throne of Gondor in 1437. His desendants became the Corsairs of Umbar.
Killed in the Nírnaeth Arnoediad by a poisoned orc arrow. Father of Tuor.

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