Forlong the Fat
|Forlong the Fat|
|Aliases||Lord of Lossarnach|
|Book(s)||The Return of the King|
Forlong the Fat is a fictional character in the Middle-earth universe created by J. R. R. Tolkien. He is a supporting character in The Lord of the Rings, appearing in the third volume, The Return of the King. However, he was cut from the 2003 film adaptation.
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Forlong was the Lord of Lossarnach. Though he, and many of his followers, were not of Númenórean descent, they fought for Gondor. Together with 200 well-armed men he rode to the aid of Minas Tirith on the 9th of March, T.A. 3019.
He is in charge of 200 men and is greeted by the song "Forlong, Forlong, true friend, true heart"
Others articles of the Topic Middle-earth : Paths of the Dead, Thuringwethil, Fíriel, House of Isildur, Fëa and hröa, List of kings of Dale, Anduin
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