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Madril was a Ranger of Ithilien under the command Faramir, at Henneth Annûn and at Osgiliath.

Portrayal in adaptations Edit

Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy Edit

Madril was both an adviser and a second-in-command to Faramir. He was with Faramir when Sam and Frodo were captured by his men. When Faramir decided to let them go, Madril reminded him that if he failed to deliver the Ring to Gondor he risked losing his life.[1] He accompanies Faramir on his mission of the Battle of Osgiliath. He commanded a group of archers during the Battle of Osgiliath but he suffered a head wound. As Faramir called for retreat, Madril was cut down by an Orc of Minas Morgul, being severely wounded during the battle, and was thought by Faramir to be dead when the Men of Gondor retreat at the Ringwraiths' arrival. He is then seen lying defenseless on the ground, before being killed by Gothmog with an Orcish spear.

Video games Edit

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Edit

In The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King video game, Madril appears through the use of archival footage.[2]

LEGO the Lord of the Rings Edit

In LEGO The Lord of the Rings, Madril appears in Level 13, The Dead Marshes, as a playable character along with Faramir. [3]

Table-Top Edit

Lord of the Rings: Strategy Battle Game Edit

In The Lord of the Rings: Strategy Battle Game book "Shadow in the East", A younger Madril is introduced alongside Lieutenant Cirion during the closing years of the Third Age. Madril was on the scene for Gondor's very first encounters with Khand and Easterling forces that entered from Rhun and beyond.

Behind the scenes Edit

Madril is played in Peter Jackson's films by John Bach.

Voice Dubbing actors Edit

Foreign Language Voice dubbing artist
Portuguese (Brazil) (Television/DVD) Nestor Chiesse (TTT) / Wellington Lima (ROTK)
Spanish (Latin America) Roberto Mendiola (TTT) / Sebastián Llapur (ROTK)
Spanish (Spain) Adrià Frías
German Reinhard Brock
Czech (Czech Republic) Bedřich Štětena
Italian (Italy) Claudio Puglisi
Turkish Uğur Aslanoğlu

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