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Feren was a Silvan elf who was one of King Thranduil's guards. 

He is not in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, and only in The Hobbit films. 

Portrayal in adaptations Edit

Peter Jackson's The Hobbit Edit

In the year TA 2941, Feren accompanied Legolas Greenleaf to prevent Thorin II Oakenshield and his company of Dwarves from escaping the Woodland Realm in wooden barrels, and moving across the forest river. He received orders from Legolas to blow the horn which alerted the guards to shut the gate to prevent the Dwarves from leaving. However, their efforts failed when Bolg and his company of Orcs ambushed the elves while Kili, who was shot in the leg, managed to reopen the gate and escape. Feren is at the doors to the Woodland Realm later in the film, where he tells Legolas that Tauriel has gone into the woods.

He later brings a message to Legolas outside Laketown and again to Thranduil in Dale, where Thranduil orders him to blow his horn and summon his troops.

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