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[[Image:Théoden.jpeg|thumb|[[Bernard Hill]] as Théoden]]I'm proud to pay tribute to a great hero of the ''Lord of the Rings'' saga, Théoden, son of Thengel, 17th King of Rohan.  He was a commander at both of the great battles of the Trilogy, [[Helm's Deep]] and [[Pelennor Fields]].  He was slain battling the [[Lord of the Nazgul]] on Pelennor outside [[Minas Tirith]].  He was succeeded as King by his nephew, Éomer, who began the third line of Rohan kings.
 
[[Image:Théoden.jpeg|thumb|[[Bernard Hill]] as Théoden]]I'm proud to pay tribute to a great hero of the ''Lord of the Rings'' saga, Théoden, son of Thengel, 17th King of Rohan.  He was a commander at both of the great battles of the Trilogy, [[Helm's Deep]] and [[Pelennor Fields]].  He was slain battling the [[Lord of the Nazgul]] on Pelennor outside [[Minas Tirith]].  He was succeeded as King by his nephew, Éomer, who began the third line of Rohan kings.
  
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That is a fair lord and a great captain of  men.  If Gondor has such men still in these days of fading, great must have been its glory in the days of its rising.
 
That is a fair lord and a great captain of  men.  If Gondor has such men still in these days of fading, great must have been its glory in the days of its rising.

Revision as of 12:18, 22 October 2007

Théoden -- Mighty King of Rohan

I'm proud to pay tribute to a great hero of the Lord of the Rings saga, Théoden, son of Thengel, 17th King of Rohan. He was a commander at both of the great battles of the Trilogy, Helm's Deep and Pelennor Fields. He was slain battling the Lord of the Nazgul on Pelennor outside Minas Tirith. He was succeeded as King by his nephew, Éomer, who began the third line of Rohan kings.

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That is a fair lord and a great captain of men. If Gondor has such men still in these days of fading, great must have been its glory in the days of its rising.

--Legolas speaking of Prince Imrahil, Return of the King, chapter 9.

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