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Elgarain's mother died in child birth leaving her to grow up in a male influenced environment, which suited her fine. Dirhaborn was her closest friend; they grew up together and she often spied on him as he learned the ways of a ranger. Her father also taught her about plants and animals, and when her father was killed by orcs while on a mission with Arathorn she requested to take his place and become a ranger, having often felt more at home in the forest than in village life. Arador was resistant to the idea because although young women were taught basic woodlore and weapon training, they were usually not fighters. Feeling guilty about her father’s death, Arathorn supported her decision and requested that his father allow him to include her in his team. When Arador reluctantly agreed, he taught her the skills she'd need.
Elgarain was in love with Arathorn, and was devastated when he married Gilraen. Dirhaborn had been hiding his love for her, but finally revealed it when she planned to go far away to flee from her love for Arathorn. When orcs came at them, he told her to run and warn the Dúnedain before the orcs killed him. Elgarain defended Gilraen and Aragorn during the ensuing battle. She was stabbed by orcs in the stomach and as she lay dying she apologized for her jealousy. She died just after the battle.
Behind the scenesEdit
Elgarain was played by Kate Madison, the director and producer of Born of Hope.