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Lady Galadriel is a major character in the Middle-Earth Film Saga and appears in all six.

Galadriel is a major character in The Lord of the Rings films and a supporting character in The Hobbit trilogy.


BackgroundEdit

Galadriel was born in Valinor during the Year of the Trees, a time before the First Age began and before the Sun was created. Galadriel left Middle-earth, after swearing no oaths. Galadriel was separated from her friend Feanor and travelled with Fingolfin, not taking part in the Kinslaying at Alqualonde. Living in Beleriand, Galadriel and Celeborn met each other after spending time in Thingol's court. She became very close friends with Melian the Maia. Later, Galadriel married Celeborn and they had a daughter named Celebrian. In the second age, Galadriel recieved one of the Three Rings of Power, along with Gil-galad and Cirdan. She was very conscious of Sauron's powers, and even knew that Annatar could not be trusted and was revealed to be SauronShe never used her ring when Sauron had it, but after he was defeated, she continued to have the use of her powers, the Ring of Adamant. Galadriel later became the mother-in-law of Elrond and the grandmother of Elladon, Elrohir, and Arwen.

PersonalityEdit

Galadriel is a wise and benevolent elf queen. SHe was known to be welcomed to all races, except Orcs and Wargs or anything else that was affiliated with Sauron or Saruman. She showed no malice towards Gimli and even gave him three strands of hair even though he only asked for three.

Galadriel was also motherly and wise towards Frodo. When she saw he was unsure of what he should do with the One Ring, Galadriel gently told him that he would be a ring-bearer and told him that even he could change the future. She later gently told Pippin that he would one day find a courage.