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King Aragorn (The Lord Of The Rings)

A crown fit for kings

For this figure exclusive to Toys’r us stores, Aragorn is represented at the time of his coronation at the end of the trilogy. He wears a formal outfit consisting of an extremely refined and well detailed silver metal armor. The breastplate bears the sign of Gondor and many golden details decorate it. He also wears his sword Anduril on the left side and a rich gray cloak lined with red cloth. On his head, his brown hair is half-long and his beard is much longer than during the rest of the movies. Finally, he wears his silver (or perhaps mithril) king’s crown with finely represented details, notably the white tree of Gondor in the front.

The hero’s coronation

Aragorn is one of the members of the Fellowship of the Ring and therefore one of the great heroes of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. When we meet Aragorn, he seems to be only a ranger and introduces himself under the name of Great-Step (Strider in original version). He saves the hobbits from a Nazguls attack in Bree and Gandalf not being at the rendezvous, he takes it upon himself to take them to the safety of Elrond. It is only at the time of Elrond’s council where they must decide what to do with the ring that it is revealed that he is in fact Aragorn, son of Arathorn, descendant of Isildur and therefore legitimate king of Gondor, long ruled by stewards until the return of the king. In the course of the story, Aragorn will prove his worth, courage, strength of character and leadership qualities by leading the armies of men while Sam and Frodo are on their way to destroy the ring. When the ring is destroyed and Sauron is finally dead, Aragorn is finally crowned king and marries his great love : Arwen, daughter of Elrond.


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