[1/?] - Women of Numenor - Silmarien, Daughter of Tar-Elendil

Despite being the eldest of her siblings, Silmarien was passed over for the throne of Numenor in favor of her younger brother, Meneldur, because of the existing law of agnatic primogeniture. However despite not being crowned, she was granted the most important heirloom of Numenor - the Ring of Barahir and upon her marriage to Elatan, there was established a new line of Lords of Andúnië. Her descendants, including Elendil and Isildur, would eventually lead the Faithful to freedom from the drowned ruins of Numenor and develop the Kingdoms of Gondor and Arnor, while another descendant, Aragorn Elessar, would reunite these kingdoms and lead the movement to free Middle-Earth from Sauron. 

Full Name: Aragorn

Born: March 1, 2931

Race: Men

Occupation: Ranger, Member of the Fellowship of the Ring, King of Gondor


1. Aragorn was 87.

2. Viggo Mortensen refused to reprise his role in The Hobbit films because Aragorn doesn’t appear in the book.