The Rings of Power Bronwyn Costume
How To Dress Like Bronwyn From The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
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Bronwyn is a human woman from the village of Tirharad.
The Rings of Power is actually set in the second age of Middle-earth, meaning that the events of the series predate those of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogies by thousands of years.
Bronwyn was not a character in these, nor was she translated from JRR Tolkien's writings. She is introduced as the mother of her young son Theo and is the village healer. It soon turns out that she has a romantic connection with a Silvan elf named Arondir.
Their relationship can be interpreted to mirror that of Aragorn and Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings as a union between Elf and Man, with the main difference being that these two new characters are non-royal.
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Bronwyn is a village healer from the village of Tirharad on the edge of the Southlands of Middle-earth. She is a widow with a teenage son, Theo, who bears a broken sword as an heirloom and is involved in a forbidden love affair with the Silvan Elf Arondir, presumably after escaping from the orcs' captivity in the south.