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'''Baldor the Hapless''' (died [[Third Age 2570|T.A. 2570]]) was the prideful son of [[Brego]] and grandson of [[Eorl|Eorl the Young]].  
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}}'''Baldor the Hapless''' was the prideful son of [[Brego]] and grandson of [[Eorl|Eorl the Young]].  
  
With his father, he explored [[Rohan]], and came to [[Harrowdale]]. They found the [[Paths of the Dead]]. Surprised by a riddle from an old man that forbade them passage, he became curious. At the inaugeration of [[Meduseld]] in [[Third Age 2569|T.A. 2569]], he vowed to pass the [[Dark Door]]. He did so a year later, and was never seen again alive.  
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==History==
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With his father, Baldor explored [[Rohan]], and came to [[Harrowdale]]. They found the [[Paths of the Dead]]. Surprised by a riddle from an old man that forbade them passage, he became curious. At the inauguration of [[Meduseld]] in {{TA|2569}}, he vowed to pass the [[Dark Door]]. He did so a year later, and was never seen again alive.<ref>{{App|Eorl}}</ref>
  
Early March [[Third Age 3019|T.A. 3019]], [[Aragorn II|Aragorn]] and the [[Grey Company]] found the golden-clad knight. His legs were broken, and his sword was notched.   
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Early March {{TA|3019}}, [[Aragorn]] and the [[Grey Company]] found the golden-clad knight. His legs were broken, and his sword was notched.<ref>{{RK|Debate}}</ref>  
  
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==Portrayal in Adaptations==
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'''1979: [[The Lord of the Rings (1979 radio series)|''The Lord of the Rings'' (1979 radio series)]]:'''
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:The Grey Company encounters Baldor's corpse in the Paths of the Death.
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==See Also==
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*[[:Category:Images of Baldor|Images of Baldor]]
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Revision as of 15:34, 11 December 2012

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Baldor
Rohir
Biographical Information
Other names"the Hapless"
LocationRohan
LanguageRohirric and Westron
BirthBefore T.A. 2544
DeathT.A. 2570
Paths of the Dead
Family
HouseHouse of Eorl
ParentageBrego
SiblingsAldor and Eofor
Physical Description
GenderMale
Baldor the Hapless was the prideful son of Brego and grandson of Eorl the Young.

Contents

History

With his father, Baldor explored Rohan, and came to Harrowdale. They found the Paths of the Dead. Surprised by a riddle from an old man that forbade them passage, he became curious. At the inauguration of Meduseld in T.A. 2569, he vowed to pass the Dark Door. He did so a year later, and was never seen again alive.[1]

Early March T.A. 3019, Aragorn and the Grey Company found the golden-clad knight. His legs were broken, and his sword was notched.[2]

Portrayal in Adaptations

1979: The Lord of the Rings (1979 radio series):

The Grey Company encounters Baldor's corpse in the Paths of the Death.

See Also

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "The House of Eorl"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, "The Last Debate"