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Talion

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'''Talion''' is a character created for the video-game ''[[Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor]]'' who served as the captain of the Rangers of Gondor. He was married to Ioreth and had a son with her, named Dirhael, and both were killed by servants of [[Sauron]].  
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'''Talion''' is a character created for the video-game ''[[Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor]]'' who served as the captain of the Rangers of Gondor. He was married to Ioreth and had a son with her, named Dirhael, and both were killed by servants of [[Sauron]]. Talion avenged the death of his family with the help of [[Celebrimbor]]. Since Talion was did not pop out of the mind of Tolkien himself, his games are considered "non-canonical".
  
 
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Revision as of 02:44, 2 October 2019

Talion is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
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Talion
Gondorian
Shadow of War - Talion.jpg
Talion as depicted in Middle-earth: Shadow of War
Biographical Information
Other namesRanger
The Gravewalker
The Bright Lord (alongside Celebrimbor)
PositionSoldier
LocationGondor
Birthbefore T.A. 2941
Physical Description
GenderMale
GalleryImages of Talion

Talion is a character created for the video-game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor who served as the captain of the Rangers of Gondor. He was married to Ioreth and had a son with her, named Dirhael, and both were killed by servants of Sauron. Talion avenged the death of his family with the help of Celebrimbor. Since Talion was did not pop out of the mind of Tolkien himself, his games are considered "non-canonical".