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Arwen

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Lover (and then wife) of Aragorn, daughter of Elrond and future Queen of Gondor. She stuck by for the hope of Aragorns return when she could have fled Middle Earth to the undying lands, as her people did. Through love, she chose to stay and await her fate. She was also known as "Undomiel" which means EvenStar. According to the movies, she was also the one who saved Frodo from the RingWraiths and gave up her immortality to be with Aragorn.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • tragedy Distribution

    They scored 66% on tragedy, higher than 94% of your peers.

  • brilliance Distribution

    They scored 54% on brilliance, higher than 35% of your peers.

  • soul Distribution

    They scored 58% on soul, higher than 31% of your peers.

  • eroticism Distribution

    They scored 43% on eroticism, higher than 22% of your peers.

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