Fingon

Fingon is a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. He is introduced in The Silmarillion.

Read more about Fingon:  Character Overview, Biography, Other Versions of The Legendarium

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Nírnaeth Arnoediad - Order of Battle
... One to two Orc-hosts, each 40,000–50,000 strong - sent to provoke Fingon into a premature attack from Hithlum in the west ... Main Host - three to six Orc-hosts, each 40,000–50,000 strong - sent to overwhelm Fingon as he pursued vanguard ... Casualties 200,000+ Hosts of the Union of Maedhros West wing - Host of Fingon = 42,500 to 56,000 Noldor of Hithlum 15,000 to 20,000 Elves Men of Dor-l ...
Nírnaeth Arnoediad - The Fifth Battle As Told in The Silmarillion
... army of Angband and engage their front, after which Fingon's host would attack from the Ered Wethrin in the west, striking the forces of Angband on the flank ... Under Fingon in the west were gathered the Elves and Men of Hithlum, the Elves of the Falas, the Folk of Haleth from Brethil and the companies sent from Nargothrond ... was sent west from Angband with orders to provoke Fingon's host in the west into a premature attack ...
House Of Finwë - Family Tree
... Anairë Irimë Finarfin Eärwen Elwing Galadhon Maedhros Celegorm Curufin Amras Fingon Elenwë Turgon Aredhel Eöl Argon Amarië Finrod Angrod Eldalôtë Galadriel Celeborn Maglor ... the son of Finarfin and Gil-galad the son of Fingon ... sources as the son of Finrod, though in others Tolkien describes both Fingon and Finrod as childless ...
Fingon - Other Versions of The Legendarium
... In the published Silmarillion, edited by Christopher Tolkien, Fingon is the father of Gil-galad ...
Noldor - Internal History - Exile To Middle-earth
... houses of the Noldor were feuding, but Fingon son of Fingolfin, saved Maedhros, son of Fëanor, from Morgoth's imprisonment and the feud was settled ... Morgoth seven wounds but perished, and he was succeeded by his eldest son Fingon, who became the second High King of the Noldor in Beleriand ... Fingon the Valiant was slain by Gothmog and other Balrog he was succeeded by his brother Turgon ...