Atani / Edain (Men)

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Arador – The fourteenth Chieftain of the Dúnedain, descended in right line from Aranarth the son of Arvedui. While still a young man by the account of the Dúnedain, he was captured by hill-trolls in the fells…Read more

Araglas – The sixth Chieftain of the Dúnedain, the son of Aragorn I.  Aragorn had been Chieftain for just eight years when he was slain…Read more

Arahad I – Seventh of the Chieftains to rule the Dúnedain after the loss of Arthedain, Arahad was the son of Araglas of the line of IsildurRead more

Araval – The son of Arveleg II was born into a time of war and strife. At the time of his birth, his father’s realm of Arthedain had been…Read more

Araphant – At the time Araphant inherited his kingdom from his father AravalArthedain was already in desperate straits…Read more

Bard I – A descendant of Girion the Lord of Dale, Bard slew the dragonSmaug and refounded Dale under the Lonely Mountain.

Bëor The Old – Leader of the first Men to cross the Blue Mountains into Beleriand in the First Age. He became a servant of Finrod Felagund, and through his son Baran founded…Read more

Beren Erchamion – The great hero of the First Age who, with the aid of Lúthien Tinúviel and Finrod Felagund, succeeded in gaining a Silmaril from the Iron Crown of Morgoth.

Calimehtar – The thirtieth King of Gondor, son of Narmacil II. Calimehtar is most famous for his defeat of the Wainriders on the plain of…Read more

Eärnil II – The thirty-second and last but one of the Kings of Gondor, a descendant of Telumehtar Umbardacil who was granted the…Read more

Eldacar – The son of KingValacar of Gondor and VidumaviVidumavi was the daughter of Vidugavia of the Northmen,… Read more

Castamir – Gondorian noble, the great-grandson of the KingCalmacil. When Eldacar became King in Gondor, there was popular…Read more

Elendil – The son of the last Lord of Andúnië, who escaped the wreck of Númenor with his sons Isildur and Anárion; they fled to Middle-earth and there founded the kingdoms of Arnor and Gondor. Elendil…Read more

Folcred – With Fastred, one of the twin sons of Folcwine of Rohan. Upholding the Oath of Eorl, he rode to the aid of Gondor with his…Read more

Fastred – With Folcred, one of the twin sons of Folcwine of Rohan. Upholding the Oath of Eorl, he rode to the aid of Gondor with his…Read more

Fréaláf Hildeson – The nephew of Helm Hammerhand, who survived the privations of the Long Winter in Helm’s Deep after Rohan had…Read more

Folca – The thirteenth King of Rohan, a great hunter who famously cleared his country of the scourge of the Orcs, in vengeance for…Read more

Gimilzagar – Númenórean of the royal house, being the younger son of KingTar-Calmacil the eighteenth ruler of the island kingdom…Read more

Lindórië – The sister of Eärendur of Andúnië in Númenor. Lindórië was part of the tradition of the Faithful associated with the…Read more

Gríma Wormtongue – The counsellor of ThéodenKing of Rohan, who acted as a spy of Saruman to keep the country of Rohan weak. After the destruction of Isengardby the Ents, he accompanied Saruman northward to the Shire.

Hallacar Mámandil – The son of Hallatan of Hyarastorni, a nobleman of Númenor descended through five generations from…Read more 

Tar-Ancalimë – The daughter and only child of Tar-Aldarion, the sixth King of NúmenorAldarion caused the laws of…Read more

Halmir – The lord of the People of Haleth at the time of the Dagor Bragollach. After that battle, and the capture of Minas Tirith,… Read more

Hareth – The daughter of Halmir of the Haladin; she wedded Galdor of the House of Hador, and was the mother of Húrin and Huor.

Herefara – A leader among the Riders of Rohan, who brought the Rohirrim under his command to the Muster of Rohan,…Read more

Herubrand – One of the Riders of Rohan who travelled with Théoden to the relief of Minas Tirith. We know little of Herubrand’s life…Read more

Indor – The father of Aerin of Dor-lómin, and therefore a kinsman of Húrin Thalion. We know almost nothing of Indor’s history, but… Read more

Ragnir – After Húrin went to war, he left only a few servants in his house: old Grithnir and Gethron, lame Sador and blind Ragnir. When… Read more

Larnach – One of the Woodmen who dwelt in the Forest of Brethil, south of the River Teiglin. These people were harried by the Gaurwaith outlaws from Doriath’s western borders, and in a raid by these outlaws,…Read more

Léod – The ruler of the Éothéod, Léod was the father of Eorl the Young, and hence the ancestor of all the Kings of Rohan.

Manwendil – The third child, and second son, of Elros Tar-Minyatur the first King of Númenor. Though we know that he left…Read more

Atanalcar – The youngest of the four children of Elros Tar-Minyatur. His elder brother Vardamir Nólimon became the second…Read more 

Morwen Eledhwen – The daughter of Baragund of the House of Bëor, she wedded Húrin Thalion and was the mother of Túrin Turambar.

Urwen Lalaith – Daughter of Húrin and Morwen, and sister to Túrin Turambar; she died in childhood of a plague.

Silmariën – The daughter, and eldest child, of Tar-Elendil, fourth King of Númenor. She did not succeed her father (though later changes…Read more

Isilmë – One of the three children of Tar-Elendil, born in Númenor in the sixth century of the Second Age. Her elder sister was,… Read more

Tar-Anárion – The son and successor to Tar-Ancalimë, the first of Númenor’sRuling Queens. Tar-Anárion’s lifetime saw a…Read more

Tar-Súrion – The grandson of Tar-AncalimëNúmenor’s first Ruling Queen. His father Tar-Anárion had two daughters who were…Read more

Tarannon Falastur – The son and heir of KingSiriondil of Gondor, who was famed for his naval exploits, and founded the line of…Read more

Berúthiel – The dark and mournful Queen to Tarannon Falastur, the twelfth King of Gondor. She owned ten marvellous and…Read more

Telemnar – Telemnar’s Kingship was one of Gondor’s shortest and most tragic. He succeeded to the throne after his father MinardilRead more

Minastan – The second son of KingMinardil of Gondor. His elder brother Telemnar had sat on their father’s throne for just two…Read more

2 responses to “Atani / Edain (Men)

  1. Colin Redpath

    No Turin??

    Although technically after the last battle he was ranked among the Valar🙂 my fav character!

    • Owwww…there is Túrin Turambar, of course there is! There are 925 cards total and most of them were not published here yet.

      Would you like Túrin to be here? Just say the word and any card you want, I’ll share it here.

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