Lindir was in RotK, too, right? Edit

Lindir was in LotR:RotK, as well, wasn't he? (I was actually impressed by the continuity in The Hobbit.) He was Arwen's attendant on the road to the Grey Havens. ("Lady Arwen, we cannot delay." (she turns back to Imladris) "My Lady!") Damaijin (talk) 23:34, April 19, 2013 (UTC)

Indeed he was, but there's a page for him where he's known as Figwit. It's on the wiki, just search it up. It is my belief that they should be merged. LaeclaROBLOX123 (talk) 03:28, May 9, 2013 (UTC)LaeclaROBLOX123

Merge it.Edit

This article should definetly be merged with Figwit. The whole Figwit is more than anything weird because his name as given in the Hobbit as Lindir. The two are definetly one and the same and there really is nothing else for it. I will make changes as putting "Figwit's" info into Lindir's if nobody objects. Thank you. LaeclaROBLOX123 (talk) 03:32, May 9, 2013 (UTC)LaeclaROBLOX123

Figwit and Lindir are two seperate character's so merging the articles would be a mistake. Lindir appears in the hobbit as Lord Elrond's right hand elf and not much is given about his character. About sixty years later, Figwit, a bodyguard or a something like that, apears in Lotr for a short period of time, and later earns the name Figwit, from a fan because he was not named in the movie. Lindir is never metioned or referred to in Lotr, so we can assume he sailed to the Undying lands before the council of Elrond or he is not just just present during the scenes in Rivendell. Both Characters are played by one actor, Bret McKenzie, though they are not developed into much more important characters. (~Cathileth~)

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