35. Character List
The second part of Tide of Destiny - Drummer - is in the process of being posted for those who would like to continue with the story.
It is a romantic interlude with a sprinkling of adventure and features Prince Amrothos. LBJ.
Tide of Destiny Part 1 - Original Character List.
R - Rohirrim
Æbbe - R - Sister to Déor
Adian - G - Retired Swan-knight
Adwine - R- East-mark Rider
Alhael- G- Nephew to Duinhir
Aldred- R- A baby, nephew of the Lord of Harrowdale
Amal - O - Prince of Harad
Ana - G- Dol Amroth maid.
Annulin - G- Wife to Duinhir of Morthond.
Beorn- R- A rider of the East-mark. Husband to Edyth
Bergit - R- Daughter of the horse-breeder, Egbert.
Byrde - R- Hama's youngest daughter.
Byrhtwyn - R- Hama's widow.
Lady Calaerdis- G- From Sirith in Lebennin. A rich widow.
Coras- Fisherman - Master of The Blue Pearl
Cullas. - G- Clerk in Dol Amroth Healing House
Dáwyn- R- Bergit's maternal grandmother.
Déor- R- Friend of Éomer, brought up in Aldburg.
Durthor - G- A member of Lothíriel's guard.
Egbert 1 - R- Horse Breeder -Bergit's father
Egbert 2 - R- East-mark Patrol leader
Edyth- R - Cousin to Éomer, related through his father. Wife of Beorn.
Edwick - R- A wheelwright in Eastfeld. Husband to Bergit.
Lady Eglaneth - G- Cousin to Imrahil - brought up Lothíriel
Eldrid - R- The Lady of Harrowdale
Elwyth- R- Déor's mother
Elthain- Relative of Edwick's
Master Éofor - R- Edoras Healer
Éomund - R- Son of Bergit and Edwick
Eorllic- R- Déor's father.
Ephrem - G- Imrahil's steward
Félewyn - R- Daughter of Bergit and Edwick
Faeldor- G- Guleth's dead husband
Garrick - R- Éomer's young squire.
Gideon - G- Amroth's captain
Godred -R- Lord of Rohan living on the Wold
Guflaf --R- A Rider of the East-mark.
Mistress Guleth -G- An aide in the Healing Houses.
Halcon - R- Éomer's Stable-master.
Halldor - R- Lord of Harrowdale
Lady Heleguin- G- A relation of Faramir's
Hisael - G- Lothíriel's maid
Hulde- R- Lothíriel's temporary maid from the Eastfold.
Oríon - G- Son to Sergion. Childhood friend of Amrothos and Lothíriel
Marin - G A Dol Amroth widow
Princess Meren - G- Elphir's wife.
Moreth -G- Housekeeper in Town House
Nemir - G- Master of Dol Amroth Healing House
Pelilas - G- A captain of Dol Amroth
Lord Raglan G- Elder of Minas Tirith.
Master Raglan – G- Assistant warden of Healing House in Minas Tirith
Rolfic - A Rohan carter
Sedgewick- R- A young relation of Edwick's, who works for him.
Seldrid - R - A Rider in Elfhelm's éored.
Sergion - G- Friend of Prince Imrahil's. Commander of Swan Knights.
Seron - O- An unidentified mystic.
Sigeweard - G- West-mark Healer
Lady Tinusel - G- Noblewoman from Lossarnach.
Welwyn- R- Daughter to Erkenbrand and Winfrith.
Wilflede - R- Hama's eldest daughter – Married to Elfhelm
Wilheard – R- Erkenbrand's son
Winfrith- R- Erkenbrand's wife
Umar - O- Prince of Harad. Device – the Black Serpent on Scarlet
Aéfre- A Rohirric mare.
Aero - Amroth's warhorse
Amaurea - Lothíriel's Harad War-mare/
Fireball- Éomer ( originally his father's horse)
Firefoot- Éomer's stallion
Flyhte- Carthorse belonging to Edwick and Bergit.
Hero - Amroth's first warhorse
Gilroch 1 - Denethor
Gilroch 2 - Amroth's charger
Lady- Mare bought by Amroth
Léofwende - A Rohirric mare.
Mista – Lothíriel's 1st pony
Sea-lord - Imrahil's retired charger
Starkhorn - Eothain's warhourse.
Thunderer – Sergion's warhorse.
War-lord - Imrahil's warhorse
Warmonger – Erchi's charger
Whitewing – Sergion/Lothíriel riding horse
Gárbald - Collie dog belonging to Begit and Edwick/
Larca – Lurcher - belonging to Lothíriel
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