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Summary

Aragorn was the son of Arathorn II and Gilraen. He was the last Chieftain of the Dúnedain and a direct descendant through many generations of Isildur, the last High King of both Arnor and Gondor. Aragorn would become the greatest Man of his time, leading the Men of the West against Sauron's forces, helping to destroy the One Ring, and reuniting the Kingdoms of Arnor and Gondor.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-C | Unknown

Name: Aragorn, Elessar as king, Strider as a ranger

Origin: Lord of the Rings

Gender: Male

Age: 87 during Lord of the Rings. 210 at the time of his death

Classification: Human, descendant of Numenor blessed with long life

Powers and Abilities: Peak Human Physical Characteristics, Master of swordsmanship (One of the best swordsmen in Middle-earth), Skilled Archer, Expert Scout/Tracker and Hunter, Willpower/Telepathic resistance (Can contend with Sauron through the Palantir), Skilled Healer

Attack Potency: Street level (Tossed Gimli. Defeated many Uruk-hai and goblins. Being a warrior, his physical strength should be far above that of most humans) | Unknown (Outside help and not really his powers)

Speed: Superhuman (Attacks faster than most can react) | Unknown

Lifting Strength: Peak Human | Unknown

Striking Strength: Street Class | Unknown

Durability: Street level | Unknown (The Army of the Dead are intangible, but theoretically can die like a normal human if the enemy can touch them)

Stamina: Very high (Can keep fighting for hours and can run for days)

Range: Standard melee range. Extended melee range with swords and projectiles, such as arrows

Standard Equipment: Andúril (the sword of the King of Gondor), longbow, elven dagger

Intelligence: High (Arguably the greatest swordsman of the Third Age, great commander, possesses Elven Wisdom, skilled healer)

Weaknesses: He fears his own humanity, as he fears that like his ancestor Isildur, he will fail when the world needs him most. | if Aragorn is killed, the Army of the Dead could do anything. They could return to the mountain, they could continue with the objective or they could go on a killing spree. They serve Aragorn in hope of him releasing them from their un-lives, not out of loyalty.

Key: Aragorn Himself | With Army of the Dead

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