|"Largo Brandyfoot" is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.|
|"Largo Brandyfoot" in The Rings of Power|
|Birth||Late Second Age |
|Spouse||Rose Brandyfoot (first)|
Marigold Brandyfoot (second)
|Children||Elanor and Dilly|
|Gallery||Images of Largo Brandyfoot|
Largo Brandyfoot was a Harfoot who was apart of a caravan led by Sadoc Burrows during the Second Age. Largo was invented by Amazon Studios for The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, where he was portrayed by Dylan Smith.
History[edit | edit source]
Largo Brandyfoot was born during the latter half of the Second Age. He married Rose Brandyfoot.
After Largo lost his wife, he "felt like the wheels broke out from under" him. It was not until he first saw Marigold within the clearing of the Norfield Glen, that he was able to move on from his grief. They had two children together: Elanor and Dilly.
While attempting to aid the other Harfoots in the preparation for the upcoming Harvest Festival, a rope snapped and Largo collapsed down to the ground, breaking his left ankle, forcing him to use a walking stick. Marigold grew afraid that the caravan would be forced to leave then behind on the migration due to the wound. Despite this, Largo attempted to assure her that he would remain in the front of the caravan.
Later, When The Stranger accidentally interrupted Sadoc's remembrance speech and Elanor's rule breaking was made known, the Brandyfoots were forced to follow at the back of the caravan during the migration, dooming them to the very real possibility of being left behind.
Genealogy[edit | edit source]
- ↑ "Full Cast & Crew", IMDB (accessed 31 July 2022)