|Grimbold from The Lord of the Rings (film series)|
|Other names||Grimbold of Grimslade|
Grimbold of Westfold
|Position||Chief of a Company|
|Death||15 March T.A. 3019 |
Battle of the Pelennor Fields
|Gallery||Images of Grimbold|
Grimbold was a valiant captain under the Second Marshal. He was instrumental in the defense of the Fords of Isen; after his Marshal Théodred fell, he managed to hold the eyot in the river until Elfhelm arrived. Soon after, the troops of Isengard left; their mission was over with the death of the Marshal.
Grimbold and his company were scattered after the Second Battle of the Fords of Isen, though most of his troops survived. When Gandalf arrived, he sent Elfhelm to protect Edoras and Grimbold to join Erkenbrand, who was making his way to the Hornburg in an attempt to lift the siege.
After the victory at Helm's Deep and the lighting of the warning beacons of Gondor, Théoden had to quickly reorganize his troops. The elderly Erkenbrand commanded the defense of Rohan, while Grimbold was elected to take over command of the muster of the Westfold based on the valour he had shown at earlier battles. At the battle, Grimbold fought on the eastern side of the Pelennor Fields, where he was slain. He was remembered in the Song of the Mounds of Mundburg as "doughty".
 Portrayal in adaptations
- Grimbold is briefly glimpsed twice in this film. The first time is as Théoden arrives at Dunharrow and calls out to Grimbold. In this scene he appears as an elderly man in the armour of the guard of Edoras. Later on in the film as the Rohirrim arrive at the Pelennor Fields Théoden gives Grimbold orders and tells him to "Go forth and fear no darkness!". In these scenes he was played by Bruce Phillips.
2007: The Lord of the Rings Online:
- Grimbold can be found in his encampment in eastern Heathfells in the region of the Gap of Rohan. He is later found at the Fords of Isen in the aftermath of the second battle. He is the Thane of his hometown of Grimslade, which can found in the Westfold area of the West Rohan region.
 See also