Wídfara was born sometime in the late Third Age. He originated from the Wold. He rode with King Théoden to the relief of Minas Tirith during the War of the Ring. He had a strong sense of the air, a sense he probably acquired from living in the grasslands of the Wold. After passing through the Druadan forest, he reported to his lord a change in the wind coming from the south that he believed was a sign of victory over the forces of darkness. He fought in the ensuing Battle of the Pelennor Fields and survived.
Wídfara is Old English for "far, wide traveller".
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