Boromir was a soldier of Gondor, a member of the Fellowship of the Ring and one of the many heroes in J.R.R Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and Peter Jackson's films of the same name respectively. He was once the captain of the guard of Minas Tirith. He was the son of Denethor, the Steward of Gondor and the older brother of Faramir, captain of the Ithilien Rangers. Like his father, he is "cursed" with Isildur's greed and is obsessed with the Ring. He believes that with the Ring in Gondor's possession, they could win the war against Sauron. He joins the fellowship so he could take the ring from Frodo and return it to Gondor but becomes attached to his comrades. After failing to obtain it, he becomes guilty and pays for it. In a battle against Saruman's Uruk-Hai, he is pierced by three arrows and dies. He never believed that Aragorn was destined to be king but after Aragorn promised him that he will protect Gondor in his stead, Boromir learned to accept him. His primary weapons are a shield and sword and he carries a horn and blows it whenever he is in danger. He was portrayed by actor Sean Bean. He was a primary character in The Fellowship of the Ring, but after his death, he is only mentioned and seen in flashbacks in the other two films.
Powers and Stats
Origins: Lord of the Rings
Age: 41 at time of death
Classification: Gondorian Captain/Human
Powers and Abilities: Athletic human physical abilities, skilled swordsman
Attack Potency: Athlete level
Speed: Athletic Human
Lifting Strength: Athletic Human
Striking Strength: Human Class
Durability: Athlete level, Street level with his armor
Stamina: Peak Human
Range: Extended melee range
Standard Equipment: Sword, Shield, Throwing knife, Horn of Gondor
Intelligence: One of Gondor's finest captains
Weaknesses: Overconfidence and selfishness.