Faramir was a wise noble man of the 2 sons of Denethor. He was Gentle, Lover of Lore and music, and a reader of men's minds. He was also very skilled in Strategic command, famed for his mastery with a sword and bow, leader of men, and skilled at arms. He had the blood of his Numinorian ancestors to reject the ring without temptation. His Father's name was Denethor II and mothers name was Finduilas, daughter of Adrahil of Dol Amroth. Through his mother, he was a nephew of Imrahil, Prince of Dol Amroth. His mother died when he was at the age of 5 (in which Denethor became cold, heartless, and detached from his family). Faramir looked up to his older brother Boromir (who was 5 years older), even though Denethor favored Boromir. It was Farmirís love for music and lore that led him to befriend Gandalf the Grey (known as Mithrandir to the people of Gondor). Faramir learned of what he could from Gandalf's wisdom and mentoring. However, Denethor didn't approve of Faramir becoming the 'wizardís pupil,' for he didnít trust or like the Istar. Many trials were ahead for Faramir, such as Resisting the Ring after the Battle with Southrons. Frodo revealed the one, but Faramir, unlike his brother, rejected it. After his fatherís death, he became steward of Gondor. But laid down his office as Ruling Steward but Aragorn (who is now called Elessar) appointed him as Steward and Advisor to the King. He also appointed Faramir Prince of Ithilian and Lord of Emyn Arnen. Later in the story of Faramir, on September 20th, he met Lady Eoywn in the House of Healing. With Eowyn, Faramir settled in Emyn Arnen, wgere they had at least one son named Elboron, who succeeded after Faramirís death in 82 of the Fourth Age.
Galadriel was the only daughter and youngest child of Finarfin, prince of the Noldor, and of Earwen, who was the cousin to Luthien. She was born in Valinor during the Years of the Trees. She was a eager participant and leader in the rebellion of the Noldor and their flight from Valinor. (She did not however participate in the Kinslaying at Alqualonde). IN the Silmarillion, Galadriel is described as having been "blessed with the ability to peer into the minds of others and she judged them so fairly. Having the blood of the Vanyar from her paternal grandmother, Indis, she was often called the fairest of all elves, be it in Aman or Middle-Earth. Both Celeborn and Galadriel had left Beleriand before the War of Wrath, but refused the pardon offered by the Valar. Galadriel refused out of pride and therefore remained under the ban. The couple traveled first to Lindon, where they ruled over a group of elves, probably as a fiefdom under Gil-Galad. Later, they were removed from Eregion and became lords of Lothlorien. Celeborn and Galadriel had a daughter Celebrian, who later married Elrond Half-elven of Rivendell. When Sauron attacked Eregion, Galadriel was entrusted with one of the Three Rings of the Elves. Her Ring was Nenya, the ring of water (Adament). She did not use the Ring as long as the One Ring was in Sauronís hands. However, she did use it when the Ring was lost. Its powers could be related to the Mirror of Galadriel. She may have also used it in the defense of Lorien. It is said in "the Fellowship of the Ring" that she alone held enough power to destroy Sauron she the one Ring come to her. During the last battles of the War of the Rings, Lorien was besieged three times by the armies of Dol Guldur. The Appendix of the Return of the King say that Lorien resisted to the attacks thanks to the bravery of its inhabitants, but most importantly, "the power that dwelt there was far too great for any to overcome, even if Sauron had come there himself." After the War of the Ring, she passed over the Great Sea on the Last Ship with Elrond, Gandalf, Cirdan, and the Ring bearers Bilbo and Frodo, marking the end of the Third Age. It was her refusal of the One Ring that lifted the Ban, which was why she was allowed to return. She was the only one of prominence to return to Valinor. She was aged well over 7,000, second only to Cirdan the Shipwright.
Arwen was the youngest child of Elrond and Celebrian; her elder brothers were the twins Elladan and Elrohir. She was the granddaughter of Earendil the Mariner, through her father, great-granddaughter of Tuor of Gondolin, therefore a descendent of the ancient House of Hador. Arwen was also a descendent of King Turgon of the Noldor through her great-grandmother, Idril. Through her mother, she was the granddaughter of Lady Galadriel and great-granddaughter of Finarfin. She was therefore, since a descendent in the Elven House of Finwe, a descendent of Beren and Luthien Tinuviel. Arwen eventually Became Queen of the Reunited Kingdom of Arnor and Gondor when she married Aragorn. After the War of the Ring ended, they produced the future heir to the throne, Eldarion. After 120 years of royal marriage, Arwen died in Cerin Amroth of a broken heart a year after the death of Aragorn. She was 2,901 years old.
Aragorn the Second possessed elven wisdom and the foresight of the Dunedin. Tolkien describes him as lean, dark, and tall, with shaggy dark hair flecked with gray, grey eyes and stern pale face. Aragorn II is the son of Arthorn II and Gilraen. Being that his ancestor is Elendil, Aragorn has a close resemblance to him. Aragorn is also a descendent of Elros Tar Minyatur, Elrondís twin brother and the first King of Numenor. Aragorn was fostered in Rivendell by Lord Elrond when his father died from an arrow pierced in his eye. His mother, Gilraen, wished that Aragornís identity be kept secret, in fear that he would also be slain. He was named Estel ('Hope' in Sindarin) and was not told of his heritage until 2951. At the time Elrond told Aragorn his true name and ancestry; he met and fell in love with Arwen, the Daughter of Elrond, who had returned from Lorien, her mothers homeland. In 2956, Aragorn met and befriended Gandalf the Gray. In the years 2957-2980, Aragorn served in the armies of Thengel, King of Rohan, and Exthelion II, steward of Gondor. Aragornís name while in disguise in Gondor and in Rohan during that time was Thorongil (Eagle of the Star). In 2980, Aragorn visited Lorien, and once again met Arwen. He gave to her the ring of Barahir, and she pledged her hand to him in marriage. This in turn, she renounced her elvish lineage and excepted the fate, or the gift of men. In the year 3009, Aragorn went to find Gollum for Gandalf. He caught the creature in the Dead Marshes, and brought Smeagle to Thranduil in Mirkwood, where Gandalf questioned him. In 3018, Aragorn joined the Fellowship in the effort to destry the ring. After the war of the ring in 3019, Aragorn was crowned King, now called Elessar (Elfstone in Quenyen). He married Arwen shortly after and ruled his kingdom until 120 of the Fourth Age.