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Halmir

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The lord of the [[People of Haleth]] at the time of the [[Dagor Bragollach]]. After that battle, and the capture of [[Minas Tirith]], [[Orcs]] began to roam unhindered across the lands of [[Beleriand]]. Halmir called on the aid of [[Thingol]], who sent many stout [[Sindarin]] warriors under the command of [[Beleg]] to his aid. Together, Halmir and Beleg destroyed a legion of invading [[Orcs]], and gave the southern lands a respite from the defeats in the north. Halmir was succeeded as lord of the [[Haladin]] by his son, [[Haldir]].
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The lord of the [[People of Haleth]] at the time of the [[Dagor Bragollach]]. After that battle, and the capture of [[Minas Tirith]], [[Orcs]] began to roam unhindered across the lands of [[Beleriand]]. Halmir called on the aid of [[Thingol]], who sent many stout [[Sindarin]] warriors under the command of [[Beleg]] to his aid. Together, Halmir and Beleg destroyed a legion of invading [[Orcs]], and gave the southern lands a respite from the defeats in the north. Halmir was succeeded as lord of the [[Haladin]] by his son, [[Haldir of the Haladin|Haldir]].

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The lord of the People of Haleth at the time of the Dagor Bragollach. After that battle, and the capture of Minas Tirith, Orcs began to roam unhindered across the lands of Beleriand. Halmir called on the aid of Thingol, who sent many stout Sindarin warriors under the command of Beleg to his aid. Together, Halmir and Beleg destroyed a legion of invading Orcs, and gave the southern lands a respite from the defeats in the north. Halmir was succeeded as lord of the Haladin by his son, Haldir.