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One of the most powerful and oldest beings in Middle-earth, Galadriel was offered the One Ring by Frodo during the Fellowship’s stay in Lothlorien. Like Saruman she would use the Ring for good were she to wield it, but wisely, and unlike Saruman, she realized its corrupting power. For a moment Frodo had a glimpse of Galadriel in her terrible aspect as the bearer of the One Ring "dreadful as the storm and the lightning”, but the moment passed, she rejected the ring and Frodo realized the folly of offering her this terrible power.
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A Noldo of the house of Finarfin, Gildor, in the latter part of the Third-age, led a wandering band of Elves, occasionally residing at Rivendell, the tower hills or at the Grey Havens where the High-Elves had their last foothold in Middle-earth.
Here he is seen at the court of Cirdan whence he eventually departed Middle-earth for the west.
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If the lore and wisdom of the high Elves survived in Middle-earth, it did so in Ered Luin where the remnant of Beleriand dwelt in its Grey Havens. Among their other skills the Elves retained their ancient talents as master cartographers. This figure represents an Elven woman from the Grey Havens surveying the land for the purposes of map-making.
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While the Elvenking and his closest retainers are Sindarin in origin, most of the Elves in his Mirkwood realm are Sylvan elves, skilled in woodcraft of all kinds and masters of tracking and stealth. This figure, a herbalist, is a Sylvan rather than a Sindarin Elf as I always envisage the former as having curly as well as straight hair. The knife is for gathering herbs rather than a weapon.
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Together with his brother Haldir, Rumil was one of the Elven guards who watched over the borders of Galadriel's realm at the time of the war of the Ring. Able to move swiftly and in silence the Elven archers of Lothlorien were an effective barrier to unwanted intruders into the forest. They could deliver their deadly arrows even before an enemy was aware of their presence.
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King Elessar was crowned in the momentous year 3019 T.A. and ruled the united kingdoms of Gondor and Arnor until year 120 in the Fourth age. His queen, Arwen, although of Elven stock, had chosen the fate of men rather than of Elves and remained always in Middle-earth, never seeking passage to the West. In this vignette both Arwen and her son Eldarion, stand before the tomb of Elessar, which is flanked by Minas Tirith guardsmen. At the foot of the tomb rests the winged crown of Gondor, which Eldarion will inherit.
Celebrian - The daughter of Galadriel and Celeborn, Celebrian is the consort of Elrond and the mother of Elladan, Elrohir and Arwen. In 2509 TA she was captured by orcs in the Hithaeglir while travelling from Imladris to Lorien. Although rescued by her sons, a wound that she sustained during this ordeal caused her to depart Middle-earth for the West shortly there-after.
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Celebrimbor plays an important role as the maker of the Rings of Power under the guidance of Annatar, a fair guise of Sauron, also known as 'Lord of Gifts'. But secretly, without Annatar's knowledge, Celebrimbor created the three Rings of the Elves, the greatest and fairest of the Rings of Power. These rings were thus free of Annatar's corrupting influence.
Battle of Mirkwood (Part 1) - 'Galadriel's armies' series.
This range depicts a section of the War of the Ring that takes place in the forest of Mirkwood. While the main action is taking place in Mordor, another battle is being fought in Mirkwood between Galadriel and her allies and the servants of Sauron.
Galadriel was a co-ruler of Lothlórien, so Lorien Elves fought in Mirkwood against the armies of Dol Guldur.
This 32mm scale metal miniature is primed with Mithril's special undercoat paint. These miniatures are unpainted and may require some assembly.