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Faramir (son of Ondoher)

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'''Faramir''' was the younger son of King [[Ondoher]] of [[Gondor]]. When his father and elder brother [[Artamir]] rode to war with the [[Wainriders]], he followed them in secret, though as the second in line to the throne he should have remained safe in [[Minas Anor]]. He was lost in the battle, as were his father and brother, leaving [[Gondor]] without an heir to the Kingship.
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'''Faramir''' was the younger son of King [[Ondoher]] of [[Gondor]]. When his father and elder brother [[Artamir]] rode to war with the [[Wainriders]], he stayed in [[Minas Anor]] as regent, according to the custom, as the second in line to the throne.
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Faramir went in disguise, and joined the [[Éothéod]]. However he was caught with a party of them as they retreated to­wards the [[Dead Marshes]]. The leader of the Éothéod came to their rescue, but Faramir died in his arms.
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After he searched his body he found out that the dead soldier was the Prince of Gondor.
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The leader of the Éothéod went to join [[Minohtar]] at the head of the [[North Road]] in [[Ithilien]], who was giving a message to be taken to the Prince, and gave him the news that the Prince was killed in battle
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Revision as of 13:28, 20 September 2010

The name Faramir refers to more than one character, item or concept. For a list of other meanings, see Faramir (disambiguation).
Faramir
Gondorian
Biographical Information
DeathT.A. 1944
Family
ParentageOndoher
Physical Description
GenderMale

Faramir was the younger son of King Ondoher of Gondor. When his father and elder brother Artamir rode to war with the Wainriders, he stayed in Minas Anor as regent, according to the custom, as the second in line to the throne.

Faramir went in disguise, and joined the Éothéod. However he was caught with a party of them as they retreated to­wards the Dead Marshes. The leader of the Éothéod came to their rescue, but Faramir died in his arms.

After he searched his body he found out that the dead soldier was the Prince of Gondor.

The leader of the Éothéod went to join Minohtar at the head of the North Road in Ithilien, who was giving a message to be taken to the Prince, and gave him the news that the Prince was killed in battle