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Eowyn
Your ideal Middle-Earth parents are Faramir and
Eowyn! Do you have any idea ho difficult it is
to find pictures of your mom and dad together?
That's because Faramir usually holds the camera.
Anywho, they are the prince and princess of
Ithilien, which will naturally give you some
sort of impressive title. Your uncle omer is
the king of Rohan, so when you were little you
actually got that pony you asked for. And a
beautiful Mustang on your sixteenth birthday,
too! Considering who your parents are, you'll
probably be tall and attractive.

Your Middle-Earth mama is Lady Eowyn of Rohan.
she's one of the coolest women in the history of
ever! She faced down the Witch-King of Angmar
and his fell beast for her uncle, so you know
she will do just about anything to protect you.
She will probably teach you to ride a horse and
use a sword and spear properly, not to mention
letting you visit your uncle Eomer and aunt
Lothiriel all the time.

Your Middle-Earth dad is Faramir of Gondor. He has
a lot of official duties, but when he is
finished for the day he'll will spend quality
time with his family. Faramir is very
intelligent, so he can help you with your
homework. If you are rambunctious it will
probably remind him of his brother Boromir, so
he lets you get away with an awful lot. Word
of advice: don not mention your grandfather
Denethor. Your dad doesn't want to talk about
him. Also, insanity runs in your family.
(Maybe you will get lucky)

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Which Lord of the Rings couple would be your dream parents? Pictures and longish answers.
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Eowen is my mother? How Oedipal...

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