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Celandine Brandybuck

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'''Celandine Brandybuck''' was the third and youngest child of [[Seredic Brandybuck]] and [[Hilda Bracegirdle]]. Celadine (named for a delicate yellow flower) was descended from the line of the [[Master of Buckland|Masters of the Hall of Buckland]]: specifically, from [[Gorbadoc Brandybuck]]. We know little more of her life, except that she was present (along with her parents and her brothers [[Doderic Brandybuck|Doderic]] and [[Ilberic Brandybuck|Ilberic]]) at [[Bilbo's Farewell Party]].  
 
'''Celandine Brandybuck''' was the third and youngest child of [[Seredic Brandybuck]] and [[Hilda Bracegirdle]]. Celadine (named for a delicate yellow flower) was descended from the line of the [[Master of Buckland|Masters of the Hall of Buckland]]: specifically, from [[Gorbadoc Brandybuck]]. We know little more of her life, except that she was present (along with her parents and her brothers [[Doderic Brandybuck|Doderic]] and [[Ilberic Brandybuck|Ilberic]]) at [[Bilbo's Farewell Party]].  
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== Portrayals in Adaptations ==
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'''2007: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
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:Celandine is a non-playable character. She is captured by [[Blackwold]] brigands during the [[Introduction (Shadows of Angmar)|introduction]] of the ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar|Shadows of Angmar]]''.
  
 
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Celandine Brandybuck was the third and youngest child of Seredic Brandybuck and Hilda Bracegirdle. Celadine (named for a delicate yellow flower) was descended from the line of the Masters of the Hall of Buckland: specifically, from Gorbadoc Brandybuck. We know little more of her life, except that she was present (along with her parents and her brothers Doderic and Ilberic) at Bilbo's Farewell Party.

Portrayals in Adaptations

2007: The Lord of the Rings Online:

Celandine is a non-playable character. She is captured by Blackwold brigands during the introduction of the Shadows of Angmar.