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"Abigail" is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Biographical Information
LocationThe Southlands of Middle-earth; Sundering Seas
BirthLate Second Age
Physical Description

Abigail a was a Southlander during the late Second Age. Abigail was invented for The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power by Amazon Studios, where she was portrayed by Virginie Laverdure.[1]

History[edit | edit source]

Abigail was from the southlands of Middle-earth, though her home was attacked by Orcs, and she had to flee with a group of companions. Along with Halbrand, Eamon, Astrid, Doble, and two other castaways, Abigail was eventually were stranded in the midst of the Sundering Seas after their ship was destroyed by a sea monster known only as "the worm".

After two weeks at sea, Abigail spotted Galadriel swimming near their ship. Believing her to be a fellow Woman, Abigail took pity on Galadriel and helped her onto the wreckage, giving her drinking water. However, with Eamon and the others being suspicious, Abigail was shocked when she learned that Galadriel was an Elf, believing that she had been deceived. At that very moment, another castaway pointed out that a ship was approaching, though they realized that it was the wreckage of their own ship being dragged along by "the worm." In the ensuing attack, all except Galadriel and Halbrand were lost at sea.


  1. "Full Cast & Crew", IMDB (accessed 2 September 2022)