Aragorn II:

He was born in the year 2931 of the Third Age of the Sun. Throughout his life, Aragorn went under many names, including:

Aragorn met Arwen in Rivendell when he was 20 in the year 2951. He fell in love with her and was told that Elrond would not wed his daughter to any other than the King of both the North Kingdom (Arnor) and Gondor. This finally happened after the War of the Ring in the year 3019 of the Third Age. During the War of the Ring, Aragorn acted as the guide of the Company of the Ring from Moria, to the falls of Rauros, after which he was in pursuit of the orcs that had taken captive Merry and Pippin. From the Paths of the Dead, Aragorn acted as a captain of the armies of the West, and after the Battle of the Pelennor Fields as the commander of the Host of the West.

After the War of the Ring, Aragorn ruled the Reunited Kingdom until the year 120 of the Fourth Age, when he laid down his life of his own free will as was once the custom for the Númenorean Kings.

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