List of Middle-earth characters

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The following is a list of notable characters from J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. The list is for characters from Tolkien's writings only.

Hobbits are listed by their family names, not given names (for example, Frodo Baggins is under Baggins, Frodo).

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  • Isildur: Son of Elendil, and co-founder of the kingdom of Gondor. Took the One Ring from Sauron at the end of the Second Age, but was later slain at the Disaster of the Gladden Fields.

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  • Maedhros: Noldorin elf lord and eldest of the Sons of Fëanor. Committed suicide after recovering one of the lost Silmarils.
  • Melian: Maia who took the physical form of an Elf. Queen of Doriath in the First Age. Wife of Elu Thingol and mother of Lúthien.
  • Morgoth: The first Dark Lord in Tolkien's legendarium, originally known as Melkor. Succeeded by Sauron after his defeat and banishment by the Valar following the War of Wrath.

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  • Radagast: one of the Five Istari or Wizards who has an affinity with nature.

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  • Ungoliant: Monstrous spider spirit. Progenitor of the Great Spiders and of Shelob.

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